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Article Last Updated May 2018 This article describes the various icons that an INSTRUCTOR in eClass might be expected to use. GENERAL ICONS HELP - Displays help information if you click on it.   DASHBOARD ICONS CUSTOMISE THIS PAGE BUTTON - Allo...
Article Last Updated April 2020 _The following article contains features, steps, or screenshots that are updated for the new version of eClass that will be available May 4th, 2020 [http://support.ctl.ualberta.ca/index.php?/News/NewsItem/View/166/major-e...
Article Last Updated June 2018 Your eClass course has a number of basic settings that you can modify. To reach these settings, once inside your course, click the Actions (Gear) icon on the far right of your course title, and click on _Edit Settings. _...
Article Last Updated July 2020 An eClass sandbox course is useful for any instructor or staff member who wants to explore the system, try out various activities, or do some practice course construction. You can also use a sandbox course to create eClass...
Article Last Updated May 2018 In some cases, you may wish to set conditions which limit whether a student can access a resource, activity or entire topic based on a number of different criteria, including time range, grade range achieved on previous act...
Article Last Updated June 2018 To create additional topic areas in your eClass course: * Turn editing on in your course. * Scroll to the bottom of your topic list and click +ADD TOPICS. * Enter the number of new sections desired and click the gr...
Article Last Updated September 2018 Students have a different view of courses than instructors do. To view or preview your course content as students will see it, select 'Student' from the SWITCH ROLE TO ... page that can be reached by clicking on your ...
Article Last Updated June 2020 Calendars can be very useful in your course for displaying assignment due dates, online quiz availability, synchronous meeting session times, or any other event you would like to draw student's attention to. HOW TO ADD A...
Article Last Updated May 2018 Course formats in eClass are options that organize and structure your course content differently, _WITHOUT AFFECTING THE CONTENT ITSELF._ There are 6 Formats that can be used in your course: * Weekly format * Topics for...
Article Last Updated May 2018 Each eClass course is organized into a series of content sections on the main course page. The heading area of each content section can be edited with titles that help organize the distinct sections of your course. Content ...
Article Last Updated July 2020 Non-credit courses are courses that are not tied to a credit section on Bear Tracks. These can include research/collaboration courses, content development templates, or resource courses that supplement a regular credit cou...
Article Last Updated May 2018 Instructors who inadvertently delete resources or activities from their eClass course page can now restore them using the new recycle bin IF THEY REALIZE THE CONTENT DELETION WITHIN 7 DAYS. TO RESTORE CONTENT TO YOUR COURSE...
Article Last Updated May 2018 This article will explain how to to move course items without dragging and dropping. * Go to the main page of your course. * Click on TURN EDITING ON on the top right of the page. * A move icon (multi-directional ar...
Article Last Updated April 2020 This article describes best practices for ensuring eClass course content meets accessibility standards and has been provided by Accessibility Resources [https://www.ualberta.ca/current-students/accessibility-resources]. ...
Article Last Updated June 2018 This article goes over the Onetopic course format in greater detail, as there have been a number of features added in the June 2018 upgrade. The Onetopic format now allows instructors to change the font and tab colours, as...