SkyDrive Pro, a component of the Office365 Microsoft service provides students and faculty secure, robust and global access to document storage and is accessible anywhere you have an internet connection. Current students and faculty have access to these features in SkyDrive Pro: 7GB of document storage space Sync class/work files across devices (including Android and … Continue reading Where can I store my class papers or presentations?
There are several computer labs on campus. Computer labs are located in the following buildings: Richardson Hall 235 Richardson Hall 245 Richardson Hall 144 (Teacher Education) Philips-Welshimer Building 62 (Russel Preaching Center) Glass Memorial Library 206 Alumni Memorial Chapel 233 (Music Lab) Most labs have PC computers with Windows 7 or 8, with access to … Continue reading Are there computer labs on campus?
Office365 is a Microsoft service which provides students and faculty secure, robust and global access to the following productivity, communication and collaborative tools: Office Web Apps (cloud-based versions of Microsoft’s Office Desktop products) Download and install full versions of Office (under Settings> Office 365) OneDrive (document storage – up to 7GB) Exchange Online aka Outlook … Continue reading What is Office365?
The Campus Portal, located at http://juonline.sharepoint.com is meant to be a one-stop location from which you can get to just about everything you need to as a student or faculty member. From the Campus Portal you can: Check your email Store documents and or files Directly work on files using Office Web Apps Access Library … Continue reading What is the Campus Portal?
Summary This article includes instructions on how to add students as participants to courses in Sakai. Faculty instructors are responsible for adding students to their respective courses in Sakai. After obtaining the official list from FacultyAccess a few days prior to the start of the course, place the student’s full johnsonu.edu email address into the … Continue reading How are students added to my course roster in Sakai?
Summary This article shows you how to export your Sakai Gradebook into an Excel file for offline use. Exporting Student Grades for all Gradebook Items Step 1: Click Gradebook in the tool list. Step 2: Click All Grades. Step 3: You will see a list of students whom you are authorized to grade, their scores … Continue reading Exporting Student Grades
Sakai can calculate and store grade information and distribute it to students online using the Gradebook tool. This tool is very flexible and allows instructors to: Autocalculate course grades, with the ability to override any course grade. Create categories to organize items and allow for weighting of grades. Enter, view, edit, and release to students … Continue reading Leverage the Gradebook Tool