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Firefox

Mozilla Firefox's settings protect users from mixed content.  Mixed content (or secure and non-secure content) means a webpage has elements that are both secure (HTTPS) and non-secure (HTTP) web connections. Because of this, in Vancko Hall you may sometimes notice that certain content has been blocked. If this occurred, there will be an image indicating such to the left of the address bar:

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To View Non-Secure Content

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To view all of the content on the page:

  1. click the icon to the left of the address bar
  2. click the drop down arrow
  3. click the "Disable Protection on This Page" button

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer's settings protect users from mixed content.  Mixed content (or secure and non-secure content) means a webpage has elements that are both secure (HTTPS) and non-secure (HTTP) web connections. Because of this, in Vancko Hall you may sometimes receive a pop up asking if you want to view only the content that was delivered securely.  This usually happens if there is an embedded web page or YouTube video in an activity/resource.  

To View Non-Secure Content

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An embedded video, web page, or link in a Vancko Hall activity or resource has caused you to get this pop-up.  
To view the entire page/video/etc. click "No"

OR

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An embedded video, web page, or link in Vancko Hall activity or resource may also cause you to get this pop-up.  To view the entire page/video/etc. click "Show all content."

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox's settings protect users from mixed content.  Mixed content (or secure and non-secure content) means a webpage has elements that are both secure (HTTPS) and non-secure (HTTP) web connections. Because of this, in Vancko Hall you may sometimes notice that certain content has been blocked. If this occurred, there will be an image indicating such to the right of the address bar:

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To View Non-Secure Content

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To view all of the content on the page:

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The online support services team in the Callas Center for Teaching and Learning has moved all Moodle Support Guides over to the new Faculty Lounge in Moodle (Vancko Hall).
We will no longer host anything in Confluence, and instead will keep all Moodle guides in the new Faculty Lounge.
When you log into Vancko Hall (VH) and are on the main homepage you will see the Faculty Lounge button over on the right side. You can also find it on the main menu at the top of VH.
When you log into the Faculty Lounge you will see two modules:
  1. Moodle Support Guides: all the step-by-step guides to using Moodle.
  2. Video Tutorials: These support screencasts on 'how to' do various important functions in Moodle.
You can find the new Faculty Lounge directly with this link: