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ALTHOUGH THERE ARE MANY SIMILARITIES, THIS TUTORIAL CURRENTLY REFERENCES ECLASS VERSION 2.3 AND MANY OF THE ICONS HAVE CHANGED. * Toggling editing functions * Switching roles to student for view comparison * Editing icons and their functions * E...
By default, courses are hidden to allow faculty to build and develop student resources and activities. Once your course is ready for student use, you will have to activate your eClass shell to make it available for student view and use. IT IS THE RESPON...
Part of maintaining your professionalism on eClass includes having a friendly profile. In this video, we will cover creating an informative profile and how to send messages. * Accessing and editing your personal eClass profile * Accessing your messa...
ALTHOUGH THERE ARE MANY SIMILARITIES, THIS TUTORIAL CURRENTLY REFERENCES ECLASS VERSION 2.3 AND MANY OF THE ICONS HAVE CHANGED. WE ARE CURRENTLY UPDATING THIS RESOURCE. With eClass, you can set up your course to make content available when you please. T...
EClass and Microsoft Word are two different programs and occasionally have difficulties communicating with each other. It is not uncommon for eClass users to build content within a word document to easily save their work and to return to it later. You may...
This video will show you how to add PowerPoint, Word, PDF etc. to your eClass course. * Uploading files to your eClass * Using "My Private Files" * Adding and attaching files to weekly topics (PowerPoint, Word Documents, PDFs, etc.)
This Tutorial will show you how to embed a video into your course.
While teaching a course, class discussions sometimes provoke comprehension amongst students. By using forums, students have the freedom discuss a topic in detail, or answer questions provided by the instructor. This video will show you how to facilitate a...
This tutorial will cover inserting a label within your eClass course * Labels are used to space out files and resources * Labels are headers that you can edit and move as separate entities throughout your eClass * These are used most often as head...
At times professors may have content that they do not want to include on their main eClass page. Here's how you would create a new page away from eClass to place this content. * Creating a page outside of your eClass * Manipulate text, links, colors...
To enhance your course, you may want to direct your students to another website with relevant information. To ensure that your audience reaches their destination, take a look at this tutorial on using links effectively. * Adding a link to a webpage or...
Many times when delivering information to students in a face-to-face classroom setting, a professor will use a book. On eClass, you can create a resource with a format similar to a book. Your eBook can have a title, chapters, and sub-chapters. You can als...
Some of your courses will contain a large amount of content. Listing all your course content on the main page of your course can be overbearing for students. This video will show you how to condense your content into separate sections. This way, only the ...
With eClass, students can submit assignments electronically. This video will cover setting parameters for assignments as well as grading them using eClass. * Grading assignments submitted through eClass * Providing feedback to students with comments...
This is a template that will help you structure your course for delivering online instruction.
Just because your course works well on your computer, doesn't mean things will run as smoothly for your students. On many occasions, students are using computers that may not have the same capabilities as the professor's. Here are some ways to make sure t...