The Classrooms feature solves the challenge of synchronous communication between instructors and students. Only instructors have the ability to schedule and host Classroom meetings which can accommodate up to 50 attendees. Only the host has video and audio abilities at one time but there is an option to allow audio and webcam features for up to 3 attendees by “calling on the student”. ...
Enter your Cafe
This feature is perfect for faculty/staff who want to enter the cafe to set up their document library and practice going through features. The meeting room will open in a new tab where you will be prompted by your browser to allow access to your webcam and microphone. In order for Cranium Cafe to use your computer’s audio and webcam you must ...
HIPAA Business Associate Agreement (BAA)
Under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, a HIPAA business associate agreement (BAA) is a contract between a HIPAA covered entity and a HIPAA business associate (BA). The contract protects personal health information (PHI) in accordance with HIPAA guidelines.
Once a BAA is signed with ConexED, the following will be enacted on your ConexED account
End-To-End Encryption ...
3 Next-Level Attributes for High Performing Alumni Relations Teams
How do we adjust to an increasingly globalized business landscape? How do we incorporate data in every function of our operations? How do we train our team to adapt to an unknown future? If you listen to these questions, you may think of a financial firm or consulting group. In reality, these are the questions alumni ...
Academic Advising for Sophomore Students
In my previous blog post, I wrote about the value for undergraduate students to meet with their academic advisor and plan ahead for degree progress as a way to maximize the college experience. Advanced planning for course selection is important for three reasons: 1) to maintain a balance of appropriate level courses each term, 2) to be prepared at the ...
What Would an Ideal College Look Like?
Is anyone else an avid reader of The Atlantic? If you’re anything like me, you peruse its front page every day, looking to be challenged in your thinking and expand your worldview. A particularly interesting article came on their feed recently titled “What Would an Ideal College Look Like?” It may be no surprise to you that, given ...