The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at Texas A&M appreciates your willingness to work with our students. Your commitment provides our preservice students an opportunity to gain experience and insight into teaching. The Texas Administrative Code requires that mentor and/or cooperating teachers receive training that relies on scientifically-based research. The CEHD has an on-line module that fulfills this state requirement. Complete the form below and you will receive account information necessary for accessing the module.
We ask that all requests be submitted 3 to 5 days in advance of the date needed and only by an active member of the College of Education and Human Development (Students, Faculty and Staff). All items will be loaned out in a (First Come - First Serve basis), although last minute requests will certainly be fulfilled pending availability, the earlier an item is requested the more likely it will be available
The university is transitioning from eLearning to a new learning management system (LMS) called eCampus. This new LMS will be available university-wide in the Fall 2013 semester. Instructional Technology Services (ITS) is now offering training on the new eCampus for all current eLearning users and other interested persons. We have arranged with ITS to have specific training sessions just for CEHD faculty and staff.
Technology Services strives to help faculty, staff, and students fulfill the strategic initiatives of the College of Education and Human Development Technology Services. We provide support for desktop and mobile computers, network and email access, database and server functions, and technology resources for face-to-face and distance learning.
Our website is designed to provide technology-related information to CEHD faculty, staff, and students. If you need something that you do not find here, feel free to contact our help desk via email@example.com or drop by our offices in 434 Harrington Tower.
Customizations for COURSES15
From courses14 (php settings are on server not specific to an instance of moodle)
Set max_input_vars = 5000 (default is 1000, 5000 may not be completely necessary, but works)
With a limit of 1000, manual backups may fail for complex courses since the number of options when making a backup is proportional to the number of topics, quizzes, assignments, etc. 1000 failed for Bob Hall's 435/635 course.
Documented on Thursday, June 5th at 13:38 and last updated at 13:40 CDT. We have been experiencing intermediate problems with the FAMIS and BPP regions since earlier this morning. Administrators are looking into the issue, but currently do not have any estimates on when these will be returned to service.
... Updated as of June 5th at 13:40 Problems with http://sso.tamus.edu are likely related to this issue.
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Documented on Tuesday, June 10th at 09:34 and last updated at 09:41 CDT. There is a suspected fiber cut in south Austin, possibly Level3 or GAATN. So far, it appears to mostly be causing problems with the LEARN network, as well as some University of Texas facilities (such as the Hirshfield Moore House). LEARN Engineers are attempting to contact Level3 and GAATN for more details.
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Documented on Tuesday, June 17th at 14:41 and last updated at 15:02 CDT. Some customers are currently experiencing problems with the Exchange web mail interface. Exchange administrators are aware of the problems researching a solution.
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Documented on Monday, June 23rd at 15:01 and last updated at 15:01 CDT. There is currently an issue with Howdy that is interfering with logins. The page seems to be slow to respond and slow to login on connection attempts. System administrators have been made aware and are working to resolve the issue.
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Documented on Tuesday, June 24th at 16:43 and last updated at 22:45 CDT. Tonight at 9PM we will be doing incremental maintenance on the nodes of the smtp-relay.tamu.edu and tamu-relay.tamu.edu clusters. At no time should the service be unavailable. If you have any issues with the service after 11PM, please notify the HelpDesk.
... Updated as of June 24th at 22:45 There were unexpected errors during the maintenance this evening which is having adverse affects on secure SMTP connections to the new relays. Work with vendor support is ongoing to resolve the issue. Contact Help Desk Central at 979.845.8300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with a temporary workaround to send email through campus relays, until the issue has been resolved.
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