Tips for Supporting your Students
Thinking about using “no review” in myCourses Quizzes? Think again ...
While a “no review” approach to quiz questions might promote academic integrity, this practice doesn’t promote student learning, and may be challenged as unfair under the USAP and contravene WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines. Read more.
Wondering about recommended practices for planning and implementing myCourses discussions?
Fostering productive and meaningful discussions in myCourses can be challenging. Check out different strategies, including posting discussion prompts in a variety of formats—text, images, video, and audio—and posing open-ended questions.
Wondering how to help students get the most out of myCourses discussions?
This TLS-produced Guide to Getting the Most Out of myCourses Discussion Forums video encourages students to deepen their understanding of course content, expand their thinking, and connect with classmates. Link it to myCourses for easy access!
Ever wanted to have your students submit file attachments to Quizzes in myCourses?
When creating a written response question, instructors can now allow students to upload files and record audio or video responses as attachments. The maximum file size for all files attached in a single quiz question response is 100MB.
Thinking of sharing a recorded video in your course?
You can now link or embed videos from the Lecture Recording system directly where you want students to see them, such as within a course module, a discussion topic, or even an announcement. Learn more.
Overwhelmed by emails from students?
Help students be more effective communicators by referring to the TLS-produced Make Your Emails Count video. Share the link in myCourses and your course outline! Aussi disponible en français.