Instructional Design & Delivery

 

Preparing Your Course in the Event of a Campus Emergency

In the event that the campus has a health crisis or other emergency resulting in the suspension of classes on campus, ID&D wants to help you continue to deliver your courses to your enrolled students..

Below you will see a list of tutorials that will assist you in converting your face to face content to MyClasses or how to use additional instructional software. If you have any questions beyond what is covered here, please contact us.


VIDEO TUTORIALS AND PRINTABLE INSTRUCTIONS



PDF Instructions
TIPS FOR PREPARING YOUR COURSE FOR A HEALTH CRISIS
This printable PDF handout will help you prepare your course in the event that a health crisis or other emergency arises at the university.


 


PDF Instructions
USING CAMPUS EMAIL CLASS LISTS TO STAY IN TOUCH
For each Fall and Spring Semester, class forum lists are generated and appear in the Address book for students and professors to use. These lists begin to be created approximately one week prior to the start of the semester.

 


Flash Video
FIRST TIME MYCLASSES USERS TUTORIAL
This tutorial will help you find the MyClasses log in screen from the university's homepage. From there you will learn about the Browser Check function, password issues and how to find your course list once you have logged in.

 


Flash Video
ADDING YOUR SYLLABUS TO MYCLASSES
This tutorial will help you add a syllabus to your MyClasses course. You will also be introduced to the Content Browser. Remember that your syllabus can be uploaded as a word document, pdf file or html file. The format that you choose is the format that the students will see.

 


Flash Video
ADDING FILES AND FOLDERS TO MYCLASSES
This tutorial will guide you through the process of adding folders to your homepage as well as browsing for and adding files to those folders. Adding files and folders to MyClasses is very similar to organizing files and folders on your own computer.

 


Flash Video
CREATING ASSIGNMENTS IN MYCLASSES
This tutorial will assist you in creating assignments inside your course. MyClasses assignments are used as a "drop-box" for student submissions. From within the Assignment tool, instructors can assign due dates and instructions for individual assignments.

 


Flash Video
GRADING ASSIGNMENTS IN MYCLASSES
This tutorial will assist you in grading assignments inside your course. MyClasses assignments are used as a "drop-box" for student submissions. From within the Assignment Drop-Box tool, instructors can grade submitted assignments and return the submission to the student with a grade or for further editing.

 


Flash Video
CREATING DISCUSSIONS IN MYCLASSES
This tutorial will assist you in creating online discussions inside your course. MyClasses discussions
can be threaded, blog-style or private journals. Instructors can also elect to have a grade assigned to particular discussions.

 


Flash Video
GRADING DISCUSSIONS IN MYCLASSES
This tutorial will assist you in grading discucssion inside your courss. When grading discussions, instructors can view all posts related to particular students, including replies and messages read.

 


Flash Video
CREATING ASSESMENTS IN MYCLASSES
This tutorial will assist you in creating assessments (online quizzes and tests) inside your course. MyClasses assessments can be created using multiple questions types. (i.e. multiple choice, true/false, short answer, paragraph, etc.)

 


Flash Video
GRADING ASSESSMENTS IN MYCLASSES
This tutorial will assist you in grading assessments inside your course. Assessments can automatically be graded by MyClasses, if you provide a correct answer. For paragraph and short answer questions, instructors must manually enter the grades. Students can get instant feedback from instructors after submitting an assessment.

 


Flash Video
ACCESSING THE MYCLASSES GRADE BOOK
This tutorial will guide you through the basics of using the MyClasses Grade Book. You can manually enter columns with associated grades as well as have additional information provided within the grade book area.

 


Flash Video
GOOGLE DOCS FOR COLLABORATION
Google Docs provides an array of tools for instructors to use to share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. The instructor and students must all have a Google Account (Free) in order to share content.  Watch the provided tutorial to learn more!
 

Flash Video
JING PROJECT
Jing is a fast and easy way to record your screen or grab an image to share with others. Watch the provided tutorial to see how you could use Jing to provide content to your students.

 


Flash Video
DIMDIM WEB CONFERENCING
DimDim is a free web conferencing website that allows it users to invite others to join in on a live, real-time conference. Instructors to can set up a DimDim Room in order to deliver a synchronous class session while off campus. Click on their Video Tour to learn more!