Having students introduce themselves in a course can be a dry, tedious and lackluster task. Students often don't look forward to doing it, and faculty don't always have time to read them. Meme's are just another way to do this.
I'm pretty sure everyone is familiar with Trigger - but the trigger I'm speaking of here is the one you find in the dictionary not on Wikipedia. A trigger refers to a mechanism or device that allows other actions or processes to begin to take place once the initial mechanism is activated. A much better … Continue reading Using Triggers to Release Content
Toward the end of a term or at mid-term you may be calculating student's course grades - and as much as we like to think otherwise, some of our students (for whatever reason) just haven't done the work required in the course. You now have the need to apply your policy of entering 0 (zero) … Continue reading Entering Zero’s in the Gradebook
What can you do to minimize the number of clicks needed to enter Assignment submission grades?
No worries! If you've forgotten your password to your JohnsonU.edu email, Sakai, Office365 or the Campus Portal, you can easily reset it at http://www.johnsonu.edu/password. Resetting your password is dependent upon selecting a security question and password when you initially change your password from what was given to you by the Admissions office. If you've forgotten … Continue reading I forgot my password!
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The top ten ways students wish professors used Sakai: 1. Upload the course syllabus using the Syllabus tool Students find it helpful to have access to this important document from any computer. Tips: Posting a detailed syllabus, and keeping it updated, establishes a "learning contract" between the instructor and student. Through hyperlinks to other documents, … Continue reading Sakai Tips for Professors