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As a part of G Suite for Education, Murray State University Google accounts have access to Google Forms - an easy way to make a quick survey or registration form! As Google is constantly adding and updating features, it’s always best to check Google’s website for additional help. To provide some information on some key features and to help guide users through securing their forms and responses, Murray State has created this “FAQ & Best Practices” article to assist our users.
This article provides quick links to Google's help pages on their Calendar, Drive, Team Drives, and Hangouts apps.
This article contains information on why users are being prompted to change their myGate password.
Learn how to add an authorized user and/or setup a security question for your myGate account
On Monday, December 3, 2018, the login screen for many MSU systems, including myGate and Canvas, will be updated to a new version and new look.
Learn more about Google's security feature for logging in: 2-Step Verification (sometimes called 2-Factor Authentication)
If you may have been the victim of an email phishing scam, there are steps you can take to recover your RacerMail account and protect yourself.
Canvas has a new beta Gradebook that will go live in January 2019. The new Gradebook is now available for insructors who wish to preview the new features. The Gradebook will be turned on for all Canvas courses in January 2019.
This article lists known issues and best practies for using YuJa effectively.
VMware Horizon Clients for Windows, Mac, iOS, Linux, and Android allow you to connect to your VMware Horizon virtual desktop from your device of choice giving you on-the-go access from any location.
Commonly-asked questions about the student printing system.
These instructions will walk all instructors through setting up a Canvas assignment to be used with the TurnItIn Plagiarism Framework..
On July 2, 2018, Murray State University will be upgrading TurnItIn, our plagiarism checker used within Canvas.
Anyone can sign up and opt-in to receive MSU mobile alert text messages sent to their SMS-capable cell phones. Messages will only be sent to users in the event of an emergency situation.