Online_101_handout_for_instructors

Online_101_handout_for_instructors - will be used for every...

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Logging in and using  ONLINE101 Online 101   will help your students get acquainted with our three online learning platforms:  eCollege ,  Blackboard , and  Elluminate To get started with  Online 101 , students will go to  https://icampus.strayer.edu/online_101 . Here, they will learn about general course expectations and the differences between synchronous  and asynchronous classes. Here, as well, they will find links from which to download all  necessary software and all necessary information on how to get technical support should they  need it while enrolled in an online course at Strayer University. Helpful Hints for Online 101 success:  Students must obtain a login ID and password.  To do so, they will need the following  information: o 10-digit Student Identification Number o ZIP Code o PIN (the month and year of your birth, formatted mmyy) (Please remind each student to jot down the login ID and password when they receive it, as this 
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Unformatted text preview: will be used for every online course taken at Strayer University.) • Students need to carefully read through the sections of Online 101 that relate to their class platform. Online 101 will explain how to determine which platforms apply to each student. • Make sure your students visit the Let’s Try It! section of the Online 101 Web site and click on the link to access the Online 101 course shell. This will help them become familiar with the online learning environment that will be used for classes. If you run into any problems, you can reach our Tech Support Department at 1-877-642-2999 or https://icampus.strayer.edu/technical_support . Thank you for all that you do to help ensure that our students have a productive and successful educational experience!...
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2010 for the course MAT 540 taught by Professor Azad during the Spring '10 term at Strayer.

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