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Please visit the following link to see suggestions for solving Tegrity playback issues:
The Lion’s Den writing group
Every Friday, 12:00-1:00,
WSCC Library, 4th floor.
writers and artists welcome
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
New this semester: Wallace State now offers a deferred tuition payment plan which allows students to pay 50% of their total charges (financial aid funds will be applied first, if available), plus a $40.00 processing fee by the payment deadline, and pay the remaining balance by the mid-point of the semester. This is an effort to assist students who are unable to pay 100% of their charges at one time. Students wishing to take advantage of this option must sign a Payment Deferment Agreement form with the Business Office first, and then pay the total amount of 50% of the total charges plus the $40.00 processing fee before the end of registration (the Business Office will assist you in calculating the amount due).
Since the update of Tegrity last week we have been apprised of several issues related to playback of Tegrity Recordings by students, and an issue relating to the Tegrity Test Proctor Service. After researching each and every report while working with Tegrity, we have developed three solutions and have posted them to the eLearning FAQ site.
Tegrity Playback in all browsers has been reported and this issue relates to the new playback engine Tegrity now uses. The solution is to clear browser history and browser cache. Here is a link to the FAQ we have prepared.
Tegrity Playback within Mozilla Firefox and receiving an error message that relates to “Unhandled exception in PlayerMain: oSessionXmIParser is not defined.” The solution is to give the Tegrity player plugin permission to Always Activate. Here is a link to the FAQ we have prepared.
In Mozilla Firefox 30, Tegrity keeps prompting students to re-install the Tegrity recorder software while taking an exam/test using the proctor service. Here is a link to the FAQ we have prepared which also features a video that walks the student through the process.