December 9 - December 12
Final Exams - Fall 2013
Spring 2014 Classes Begin
Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Learning 2014
Canned Food Competition Returns for Annual MLK Day of Learning
A Musical Segue Four Years in the Making
Chapel, Wednesday at 10:05 am, with Guest Organist President Denvy Bowman
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iLearn is the university's online learning management system. iLearn can help you create blended and hybrid courses with interactivity tools such as discussion forums, chats or wikis. Using iLearn for teaching is easy and makes learning fun, effective and interesting. You can access the iLearn system at any time or day.
There are a variety of ways to get help with iLearn if you need it. Moodle Docs is a great place to start to access relevant documentation. iLearn is built on a Moodle platform and a lot of the training and help documentation is right on the page you are viewing. At the bottom of most iLearn pages is a Moodle Docs for this Page link. Clicking on this link will take you to the publically available documentation on Moodle.org. For basic general questions about iLearn, contact the IT service desk via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone at 236-6508. If you would like to make an appointment for a one-on-one training session, please email:
Yes, the office of information technology offers workshop trainings to help
you make full use of the iLearn system. All workshops require an
RSVP. Send an email to email@example.com to enroll and get location information. If
you are unable to make any of the workshops but still need help, please
call 236-6508 to schedule a meeting with Autummn Caines.
Use these documents as a guide to help you in the iLearn system. You can also self-enroll into the online iLearn faculty training course. Sign into the iLearn system and click on the Getting Started with iLearn link to enroll. If you have questions or need additional help, please contact the IT Service Desk via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 236-6508.
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