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  • How do I edit the site information?
    on the desired language to select it Enter a site description Zoom The information entered into the description area will appear on the site s home page You may use the Rich Text Editor here to enter your description Enter a short description You may also enter a short description with a maximum of 80 characters This short description will display in the publicly viewable list of sites Select a

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  • How do I choose which tools will be available in my course?
    offers several options for managing your course site Click Edit Tools Select your set of tools Zoom As you select tools from the General list on the left side of the screen they are added to the Selected tools list on the right side of the screen The right side of the screen displays the tools you have selected Add multiple instances of some tools Optional Zoom The Lessons tool may be used as a single tool on the Tool Menu where students click to see all Lessons or there can be multiple Lessons tools added to the Tool Menu so that each tool is a separate Lesson See the Lessons tool tutorial for more information The Web Content tool points to any URL you enter and you may create as many of these as you want Click on the More Lessons Tools or More Web Content Tools drop down menus to add additional instances of these tools Example Multiple tool instances Zoom The example above shows three Lessons tools Module 1 Module 2 and Module 3 and two Web Content tools Computing Help Desk and Nursing Web Site Click Continue Once you have made all of your tool selections

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  • How do I rearrange or rename the items in the Tool Menu?
    your site Click Page Order Drag and Drop items to rearrange the page order Click Save at the bottom of the screen to save your reorder Hide Tools from students Click the light bulb icon to hide a tool Click it again to make the tool available again The gray light bulb means the tool is hidden from students The yellow light bulb means the tool is visible to students Example Toolbar with hidden tools from the instructor s view Site Info and Resources are hidden from students but appear to the instructor in italics Rename Tools The pencil icon allows you to rename a tool Click the pencil icon to open the edit screen Type the new name for the tool In this example the Syllabus tool was renamed as the Course Handbook Click the green check mark to save your work Disable a tool The padlock tool disables a tool for student use If I disable the Announcements tool students will not be able to access it by any means The tool is automatically hidden in the Tool Menu if it is disabled The padlock appears closed if the tool is disabled and open if the tool is

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  • How do I add users to my course or project?
    on how to add users Go to Site Info Select the Site Info tool from the Tool Menu of your site Click Add Participants Zoom Add participant information Zoom For participants with official usernames under Other Official Participants type each participant s username one per line For participants without official usernames under Non official Participants enter their email addresses one per line Under Participant Roles choose whether to give all your newly added participants the same role or different roles i e student instructor TA etc Under Participant Status choose whether to let your newly added participants use the site right away by selecting Active or keep them from accessing the site for now by selecting Inactive Click Continue Choose participant role Zoom For the default option of Assign all participants the same role select the radio button for the desired role and then click Continue Select individual participant roles Zoom If you chose to Assign each participant a role individually use the drop down menus to the right of the participants names to select each participant s role and then click Continue Choose to send or not send a notification email Zoom You may choose the Send Now option

    Original URL path: https://sakai.vaughn.edu/portal/help/TOCDisplay/content.hlp?docId=howdoiadduserstomycourseorproject (2015-06-03)
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  • How do I remove users from my course or project?
    all of the user s activity within the site will remain intact once you add the user back into the course or project Go to Site Info Select the Site Info tool from the Tool Menu of your site Select user s to remove Zoom In the Remove column check the box in the row for the user s you want to remove from your site Tip You can remove

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  • How do I add a class roster?
    Select the term and class es From the drop down menu select the appropriate academic term If you are listed as the instructor of record for certain courses in your course catalog those courses and their sections will be listed Or select to add courses not listed above Zoom Select the Subject Select the Course Select the Section If you are not listed as the instructor of record for a

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  • How do I delete a class roster?
    system s institutional enrollment implementation In most cases adding rosters by class or section is subject to automated roster updates Go to Site Info Select the Site Info tool from the Tool Menu of your site Click Edit Class Rosters

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  • How do I create groups?
    Add button to create the group Tip You may select more than one name at a time in the participant list by using SHIFT Click to select a range of consecutive names or CTRL Click to select more than one non consecutive name Create a joinable group Click the Create New Joinable Set button Specify the joinable set details Zoom You will need to enter a title for the set of groups Each group will begin with the same name and end with a unique number Also you need to indicate the number of groups and max members per group for the site Optionally you may select the Allow users to see group membership before they join a group checkbox Automatically generate groups Click on the Auto Groups button Create groups by role Zoom To create separate groups for different user roles in the course select one or more roles and then click Update Create random groups by number of groups Zoom Select a single role from which to create subgroups e g Student Select the Create random groups from members with selected role s radio button Select the Split by number of groups needed radio button Enter a Group Title This title will serve as the basis for all of the group names Numbers will be appended to the title Enter the Number of groups you would like to have for the site Users will be randomly assigned to each group and distributed as equally as possible Click the Update button to auto generate your groups Create random groups by number of users per group Zoom Select a single role from which to create subgroups e g Student Select the Create random groups from members with selected role s radio button Select the Split by number of users needed

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