LMS_Manual(Dean_Hyper Dean)

Learning Management System
User Guide
Ver 1.0
Contents
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Overview
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Dean
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Course
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Community
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Counseling
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Chatting
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Grade
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LMS Main
Main Page Setup
Color Theme Setup
Dean
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Dashboard
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Activity Tracking
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Encouragement Status
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Course
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Dashboard
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Course Design
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Virtual Lecture
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Configuring the Virtual Lecture
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Using Virtual Lecture
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Virtual Lecture Attendances
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Creating Media Lecture
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Using Learning Contents Viewer
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Activity Tracking
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Campus Lecture
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Creating Campus Lecture
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Taking Students’ Offline Attendance
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Bulletin
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Creating Bulletin
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Basic Bulletin
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Media Bulletin
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Evaluating Bulletin
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Discussion
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Creating Discussion
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Individual Discussion
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Group Discussion
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Evaluating Individual Discussion
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Evaluating Group Discussion
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Assignment
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Creating Assignment
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Individual Assignment
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Group Assignment
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Plagiarism Detector
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Evaluating Individual Assignment
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Evaluating Group Assignment
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Media Lecture
Team Project
Creating Team Project
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Team Project
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Evaluating Team Project
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Creating Resource
Survey
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Creating Survey
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Survey Result
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Quiz (Quiz, Midterm, Final)
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Creating Quiz
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Online Quiz
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Evaluating Online Quiz
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Evaluating Offline Quiz
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Course Audit
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Notice
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Creating Notice
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Q&A
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FAQ
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Creating FAQ
Template
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Creating Survey Template
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Creating Assignment Template
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Course Evaluation
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Creating Course Evaluation
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Course Evaluation Result
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Resource
Grade
Requesting Grade Review/Approval
Activity Tracking
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Community
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Notice
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FAQ
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Q&A
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Message
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Received
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Sent
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Counseling
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Chatting
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Creating Chat Room
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Chat Room
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Creating Q&A
Grade
Overview
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LMS provides personalized learning environment to
support various educational policies of different users.
The Learning Management System offers 3 default lesson types for instructors. By
combining these lesson types, instructors can design a unique lesson plan, providing
personalized and Blended Learning environment to students.
Figure 1-1. LMS Main Page
LMS offers learning tools and interface systems to build a collaborative learning
environment for students and instructors to actively participate and evaluate
learning process. LMS establishes the student and teacher-centered learning system
and configures the environment for evaluation.
LMS is composed of 6 menus.
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1.1 Dean
The Dean menu functions will vary depending on the user type (dean/hyper dean).
The deans can manage their faculties' academic schedules and track instructors'
activities.
The hyper dean can manage all existing faculties' academic schedules.
Figure 1-2. Dean
1.2 Course
The Course menu displays all the courses the instructor is in charge of and the
instructor can access to course information and lectures from this menu.
The course menu offers course progress status and navigates the instructor to the
lecture of a selected course so that the instructor can design a course.
Figure 1-3. Course
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1.3 Community
The Community menu is composed of 4 sub menus to manage administrator,
instructor and student communities.
Instructors can view notices posted by the LMS administrator, as well as FAQs and
Q&As posted in between the administrator and the students.
The message tool is also available for communication purposes.
Notice
FAQ
Q&A
Message
1.4 Counseling
Counseling menu manages counseling sessions registered by instructors in calendar
format.
Instructors can open counseling sessions, accept or reject students' counseling
requests, and send counseling results.
Figure 1-4. Counseling
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1.5 Chatting
Chatting menu provides chatting programs for LMS users to communicate in real
time with each other.
The Chatting menu provides users to instantly talk to many people at the same time
by creating a chat room, or participating in existing a chat room.
Figure 1-5. Chatting
1.6 Grade
The Grade menu is where instructors submit students' grades, and for reviewers and
approvers to view the grades.
The reviewers and approvers can view students grades submitted by the instructors,
so they can approve/reject them. The instructor can view the review/approval
progress.
Figure 1-6. Grade
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LMS Main
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Personalized Learning Environment
Instructors can construct personalized main page by configuring course portlets to
manage their entire courses’ status and the courses’ schedules as well as other
academic schedules.
Figure 2-1. LMS Main Page
The main page can be separated into GNB and Contents Area.
GNB, Global Navigation Bar, is configured to proceed to other services such as Portal,
SIS, and LCMS. The Contents Area provides services for instructors to design their
own personalized portlets. LMS also provides Menu Bar, where users can add
additional menus.
In Contents Area, instructors can design the main page to display their course status,
academic schedules, or any other contents according to their needs, allowing
convenient access of tools and contents .
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Table 1. 기능별 버튼 소개
GNB
Contents Area
Figure 2-2. Main Page Composition
The main page provides following functions.
Table 2-1. Main Page Functions
Button
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Title
Description
Home
Click to move to LMS Home Page.
English/‫العربية‬
Click to convert language (English/Arabic).
Portal
Click to move to portal.
LCMS
Click to move to LCMS.
SIS
Click to move to SIS
Manual
Click to download user manual.
The manual will vary according to the user type.
Setting
Click to change LMS color theme and/or move to portlet setting page.
Log-In/Log-Out
Click to log in to or log out of LMS
Portlet Setting
Click to configure personalized portlets to the main page.
2.1 Main Page Setup
Users can construct personalized & customized main page with functions available in
the 'Setting' located in the GNB.
1.This screen will appear when a user logs in to
the LMS for the first time. Click the Setting
button located in the GNB to move to the
Setting page.
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2. In the Setting page, click the Portlet tab to
view and configure portlet settings.
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3. Select the portlet to add from the ‘Add
Portlet’ panel. Once you click the portlet, the
portlet box will be displayed on the screen.
There are 4 types of portlets available.
1) Notice
2) Q&A
3) Learning Status
4) To Do List
4. The users can edit the portlet by clicking the
'Edit' icon. The course list the users can access
will vary depending on the user type.
1) Dean: Can access the courses of his own
faculty.
2) Hyper Dean: Can access all exisitng courses.
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5. Click apply to save the selected settings, and
saved portlets can be used in main page.
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6. To display portlet, either click the ‘+’ icon on
the main page or put a mouse over the bottom
part of the main page to expose the Portlet List.
Click the + button of the portlet box to present
the corresponding portlet to the main page.
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7. The selected portlet can be moved around by
selecting and dragging the portlet to the
desired location. The portlet can be deleted
from the main page by clicking the ‘x’ button
located on top right of the portlet.
Please note that the portlet is deleted only from
the main page.
If wish to delete it from the LMS, go to the
Portlet Setting menu to delete.
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2.2 Color Theme Setup
Users can set the color theme of the LMS in the Setting page.
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1. Click the Setting icon located in the GNB area.
2. On the Setting page, click the Color tab to
view color settings.
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3. Select the desired color, and the GNB color
will change accordingly. The colors available are
listed below:
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Dark Cyan
White
Blue
Beige
4. The color theme in LMS can be changed
regardless of number of times changed, and
page location.
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Dean
Manage faculty's academic schedules, and track course
activities.
Depending on the user type (dean/hyper dean), the users can manage the faculty's
academic schedules and confirm if instructors have read the academic schedules.
Figure 3-1. Faculty’s Academic Calendar
Also, depending on the dean status, users can either activity track their own faculty,
or activity track all faculties.
Faculty
Dean
Faculty
Hyper
Dean
Dean = Own Faculty
Faculty
Faculty
Hyper Dean = All Faculty
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3.1 Schedule
The deans can manage academic schedules using the calendar in the Schedule menu.
The Schedule menu offers following information.
Table 3-1. Schedule Information
Title
Description
Date
Displays the academic schedules added to the calendar by the dean.
More
The calendar can only display 3 schedules per day. Click the 'More' button
to view all the schedules added to the date on a pop-up window.
Schedule Details
You can click the highlighted area to view the full schedule details.
Once the full details been viewed, the title will be displayed on the
highlighted area of the calendar.
To add academic schedule, follow the instructions below.
1. Click the date on the calendar to add
schedule.
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2. On the provided pop-up window, enter the
following information.
1) Title
2) Date
3) Contents
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3.Click the ‘Ok’ button to add the schedule to
the calendar.
Once the schedule is added, deans and the hyper dean can edit or delete the
schedule, and view if the instructors checked the schedule, from the schedule
details window.
1. Click the highlighted area of the schedule to
view the details.
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2. The users can view if the instructors have
read the schedule details, from the View Status
section.
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3. Click the ‘Edit’ button to edit the schedule.
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4. To remove the schedule from the calendar,
click the ‘Delete’ button.
※ The View status of the instructors will be
reset, after the schedule have been
edited/deleted.
3.2 Activity Tracking
Deans and hyper dean can track the instructors' activities in the Activity Tracking
menu.
To track instructors’ activities, follow the instructions below.
1. Dean can track activities of his faculty's
instructors. Click the 'Activity Tracking' menu to
view the faculty's instructors with their courses
and activities.
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2. Users can also view the instructor’s course
activities by using the search function.
※ Hyper dean can track all faculties instructors.
Therefore, the hyper dean will be able to search
the instructors by the faculty type.
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3. Click the ‘Excel Download’ button to
download the activity tracking list into Excel file.
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3.3 Encouragement Status
The users can view the history of instructors' encouragement messages sent to
students. The Encouragement Status menu is available only to deans and hyper dean.
To view the instructors' encouragement messages, follow the instructions below.
The dean can check the status of his faculty's
instructors' encouragement messages by clicking
the 'Activity Tracking' menu. List of instructors
with their courses will be displayed, and the
dean can view how many encouragement
messages instructors had sent to students per
learning tool.
2. Users can also search for the instructor view
the encouragement with the search menu.
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※ Hyper dean can view encouragement status
all faculties' instructors. Therefore, the hyper
dean will be able to search the instructors by
the faculty.
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3. Click the ‘Excel Download’ button to
download the encouragement status list into
Excel file.
Course
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Convenient Management of Learning History / Learning
Progress Tracking and Interactive Learning Environment.
LMS provides personalized learning & teaching environment equipped with various
learning tools to the instructors so that they can create interactive educational
curriculums, suitable to their own teaching style.
Figure 4-1. Learning Tools Available in LMS
Instructors can view students' learning progress, including their attendances,
participation level, and posts created. LMS can also select students in need of
performance review so the instructors can send students encouraging messages via
LMS message, email, and/or SMS.
Figure 4-2. Students’ Learning Progress
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4.1 Dashboard
When you click the course name, Dashboard tab will be displayed.
In the dashboard, you can check the course's lecture plans by the day, week, and the
month. The To-Do List is also available in the Dashboard so that instructors can
easily find out upcoming learning tools to complete.
Figure 4-3. Dashboard
The dashboard provides following information.
Table 4-1. Dash Board Functions
Title
Description
Displays learning tools added to the current week. Click the title of the
learning tool to view detailed information.
Displays learning tools that has been completed. Click the title of the
learning tool to view detailed information.
Displays learning tools currently in progress. Click the title of the learning
tool to view detailed information.
Displays upcoming learning tools. Click the title of the learning tool to view
detailed information.
Displays the learning tools added to the course by the month/week/day.
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When accessing a learning tool in the Course menu, a new tab will be created to
view each learning tool's contents.
The tabs created will be located on the Tabs bar, allowing the users to access to the
desired learning tools conveniently.
Table 4-2. Functions Available in the Course Menu
Button
Title
Description
Tab Controller
When learning tools are selected, the tabs will be displayed, and you
can navigate the tabs with the controller.
Course Design
Click to move to Course Design page of the corresponding course.
Displays all the learning tools as icons provided by the LMS. The
Learning Tools panel is located in the right side of the screen, and
cannot be closed. Click the learning tool icon to view the complete list
of the learning tool created for each course.
Tools
Learning tools provided by the LMS are:
1) Syllabus
2) Virtual Lecture
3) Media Lecture
4) Bulletin
5) Team Project
6) Assignment
7) Team Project
8) Resource
9) Survey
10) Quiz
11) Attendance
Community
Notice, Q&A, and FAQ of current course. Click the icon to move to the
corresponding page.
Template
Manages current course's survey and assignment templates. Click the
icon to move to the Template page.
Weekly List
Click the Edit button to configure learning tools for each week.
Weekly List
Learning Tool
Click the Edit button to enter information and set up details for each
learning tool.
Semesters
Lecture Plans
Displays semester lecture plans by the month, week, or day.
Click the icons to change.
Grade
Displays grades of students enrolled in current course.
Click to move to the Grade page.
Activity Tracking
Displays learning activities done by the students enrolled in current
course. Click to move to the Activity Tracking page.
Course
Evaluation
Manages and displays the students' course evaluations.
Click to move to the Course Evaluation page.
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4.2 Course Design
The Course Design program is used to create weekly lecture plans with various
learning tools provided by the LMS.
The Course Design is composed of Syllabus, Evaluation Plan, and Lesson Planner.
Figure 4-4. Course Design : Lesson Planner
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1Click the ‘Course Design’ icon, located left of
the Learning Tools panel, to proceed to the
Course Design page. In that page, you can
create the followings:
1) Syllabus
2) Evaluation Plan
3) Lesson Planner
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2. Add course information in the Syllabus tab.
※ Not required to complete the Syllabus before
creating the Lesson Planner.
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3. Enter the evaluation ratio of each learning
tools in the Evaluation Plan tab. The total
percentage cannot exceed 100%. Students will
be graded according to the ratio entered in this
tab.
※ Not required to complete the Evaluation Plan
before creating the Lesson Planner.
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4. Configure learning tools to use per each week
in the Lesson Planner tab.
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5. Select the week to configure, and detailed
settings of the week will appear below.
6. If additional courses are needed than the
weeks provided, you can add extra classes by
drag & dropping the ‘Add extra classes’ icon to
the desired location. The added extra class act
as a additional week and it can be configure the
same way as the rest.
7. Please select the lesson type. Once the lesson
type is selected, default learning tools will be
added to the lesson plan. These learning tools
can be edited/deleted, if not needed.
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8. You can drag and drop the learning tools
from the Learning Tool section. Added learning
tools can be edited/deleted if wish to.
Click the ‘Save’ button once everything is added,
and you can view the added learning tools'
learning period and evaluation plan.
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※ Please complete the learning tool by entering
the required information. Information can be
added by clicking the Edit button located in the
next to the added learning tools of each week. .
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4.3 Virtual Lecture
Virtual lecture is a online lecture program, where lecture are held in a virtual class.
The lectures can be created by completing the settings and entering contents in the
Course’s Weekly List.
The real-time virtual lectures are recorded and automatically saved to LCMS, and
the contents can be reused for the later use.
Figure 4-5. Virtual Lecture Settings and Contents
Virtual Lecture’s settings and contents are explained below:
Table 4-3.Virtual Lecture의 Basic Information
Title
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Description
Title
Title of the Virtual Lecture. This button is activated on the scheduled virtual
lecture so that users can enter the virtual lecture room by clicking the title
of the virtual lecture.
Date/Time
Displays the period of start/end date and time for a virtual lecture.
Score Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by attending the lecture.
Entrance Accessibility Time
Displays the time students are permitted to enter to attend the lecture.
Description
Displays the detailed descriptions on a lecture entered by the instructor.
Attachment
Displays attachments available, which have been registered by a user.
Click to download the desired attachments.
Attendance
Displays the number of attending students.
Click the Attendance button to display the full attendance list. .
Table 4-4.Virtual Lecture Additional Setting
Title
Substitute Instructor
Description
Displays if substitute instructor will be attending this lecture.
※ The substitute instructor cannot configure this setting.
Displays the lecture's recording types set by a user.
Recording Type
The recording types offered by the LMS are:
1) All (Video + Audio + Lecture )
2) Video + Audio
3) Audio + Lecture
Replay
Displays Replay availability in terms of the recorded and saved real-time
virtual lecture.
If Replay is set to 'Yes', then replay period must be set. .
Notification
Displays which tools the instructor has chosen to send notification.
When setting to send notification, the message will be sent 1day, 3hours,
and 5minutes prior to the lecture.
4.3.1 Configuring the Virtual Lecture
To use the virtual lecture, instructor must complete the settings and contents.
You can register the lecture by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit‘ button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the lecture's
added.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the virtual lecture has been added to
the weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to
proceed to the lecture information page of
virtual lecture.
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2. First, enter the basic information listed below.
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1)
2)
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4)
5)
6)
Title
Date/Time
Score Setting
Entrance Accessibility Time
Description
Attachment
3. Next, enter the additional settings listed
below.
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2)
3)
4)
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Substitute Instructor
Recording Type
Replay
Notification
4. After entering all the information, click 'Save'
button.
Virtual lectures can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-6. Virtual Lecture
Once the virtual lecture has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types
according to date and time defined by an instructor.
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Table 4-5. Virtual Lecture Classification
Title
Description
The lecture has not started yet, therefore, is not available.
The lecture has started and is in progress.
To enter the lecture, click the title or the status button.
The lecture has ended, and is no longer able to enter.
4.3.2 Using Virtual Lecture
While the virtual lecture is open, users can click the title of the lecture or entrance
button to enter in to the virtual lecture room.
Figure 4-7. Virtual Lecture Room
While in the virtual lecture room, instructor can view the entered students list, chat
with the students in real time, and capture feature to share the current screen with
students.
Real-time Chatting Function
Current Screen Capture
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The virtual lecture room is composed of 4 tabs: Document, Whiteboard, Video, and
Share. The detailed descriptions are as belows.
Document Tab
Document tab contains all the documents used in the lecture. The documents added
to this tab can be downloaded to be utilized in the corresponding virtual lecture and
to be shared with students.
Document types available to be used in the lecture room are: MS Office
documents(Word, Excel, PowerPoint), PDF, Image and other document type files.
Below are the Document tab instructions.
1. Click the document icon to upload the
document files.
※ If uploaded file is set to be shared, the file
will be shared with students.
※ Up to 9 files can be uploaded per tab, and if
more files are uploaded, then new tab will be
created.
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2. The instructor can now proceed the lecture
with the uploaded document files.
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※ Instructor can open the documents on the
screen for students to see. (Student's screen
only displays what instructor opens)
※ Documents can be opened and be moved
from previous to next by using the arrows, or by
clicking the specific document title desired to
open.
Instructor can also use annotation tools to accentuate and/or add more information
during the lecture on the purpose of stimulating students’ concentration on the
lecture .
Below annotation tools are available in the virtual lecture.
Table 4-6 Document’s Annotation Tools.
Button
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Title
Description
Pen Tool
Draw lines by moving the mouse around. Can change the lines in the
Tool Settings.
Drawing Line
Settings
Contains 14 different line types to be used in pen tool.
Table 4-6 Document’s Annotation Tools.
Button
Title
Color
Description
Displays pen colors available .
Pen Thickness
Displays pen thicknesses.
Undo
Click to undo the change.
Redo
Click to redo the change.
Erase
Erase the selected by moving the mouse.
Erase All
Erases all the drawings on the current screen.
Whiteboard Tab
Whiteboard tab is a virtual whiteboard that can also be used to capture the user's
current screen and edit using the annotation tools.
The screen capture is mostly used to capture the whole screen, but can also capture
selected parts.
Whiteboard annotation
Capture Area
The annotation tools can also be used in the whiteboard, and the tools are explained
below.
Table 4-7. Whiteboard’s Annotation Tools
Button
Title
Pen Tool
Drawing Line
Settings
Description
Draw lines by moving the mouse around. Can change the lines in the
Tool Settings.
Contains 14 different line types to be used in pen tool.
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Table 4-7. Whiteboard’s Annotation Tools
Button
Title
Color
Description
Displays pen colors available .
Pen Thickness
Displays pen thicknesses.
Undo
Click to undo the change.
Redo
Click to redo the change.
Erase
Erase the selected by moving the mouse.
Erase All
Erases all the drawings on the current screen.
Video Tab
The video tab is displayed when you first enter into the virtual lecture room. You can
configure screen display, video and audio settings in this tab.
To configure settings, click the Device Manager icon or right click on the video
screen. How to configure the video screen is as below.
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1. Displays user list currently attending the
virtual lecture, and view the instructor and
students' individual settings.
2. Displays camera list available in the PC.
3. Displays the video quality settings.
4. Displays the audio quality settings.
5. Displays the microphone quality settings.
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Instructor can also invite up to 3 students to be viewed on the video.
The instructions on the settings for inviting students and video layouts are explained
below.
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1. Go to Layout page to select the desired video
layout.
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※ Maximum of 4 video windows are available.
2. Right click the empty video window to invite
students to be viewed on the corresponding
video window.
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※ Can appoint students‘ positions when inviting
students.
Share Tab
Share tab is used when the instructor wants to share his screen with students.
The share tab provide 5 types of sharing functions which are Desktop, Application,
Area, Web, and Video.
Table 4-8. Sharing Types
Title
Description
Desktop Sharing
Shares the whole PC of the instructor.
Application Sharing
Shares application the instructor is currently using with the students.
Area Sharing
Shares selected area which the instructor chose to share with the
students.
Web Sharing
Shares web page using the URL.
Video Sharing
Share video contents with the students.
The annotation tools are also used in the share tab to stimulate students’
concentration to the virtual lecture.
Following annotation tools used in the virtual lecture room are available:
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Table 4-9. Share Tab’s Annotation Tools
Button
Title
Pen Tool
Drawing Line
Settings
Color
Description
Draw lines by moving the mouse around. Can change the lines in the
Tool Settings.
Contains 14 different line types to be used in pen tool.
Displays pen colors available .
Pen Thickness
Displays pen thicknesses.
Undo
Click to undo the change.
Redo
Click to redo the change.
Erase
Erase the selected by moving the mouse.
Erase All
Erases all the drawings on the current screen.
Break
Professor can pause the lecture. During the break virtual lecture will stop recording.
There are 3 types of break which are prayer time, practice time, break.
Break
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1. First, click the break and choose the options.
1) Break types: Prayer time, Practice time, break
2) Time: 5-30
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2. Next, the image will display the lecture tab.
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3. If professor wants to start the lecture before
the break ends, then click ‘resume’. Otherwise
the lecture will be started after the break time
4.3.3 Virtual Lecture Attendances
After the lecture, the instructor can manually complete the students’ attendance
status, and the completed attendance status will be automatically reflected to the
Grade.
The instructions on the attendance status registration are explained below:
1. After the lecture, click the ‘Attendance’ button
to display a pop up window.
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2. The attendance window displays students'
learning status, and after checking their
progress, the instructor can complete the
attendance registration..
The attendance data will automatically be
reflected in Grade.
4.4 Media Lecture
Instructors can create online learning sessions for students to participate individually,
regardless of time and space.
The media lecture can be created by entering information required with the weekly
settings in Course Design.
Figure 4-8. Media Lecture Information
Media lecture is composed of 2 types of functions; basic functions and additional
functions. Media lecture’s settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-10. Media Lecture의 Basic Information
Title
Description
Content Name (ID)
The lecture materials are imported from the LCMS.
This field displays the LCMS content title and ID of the lecture material.
Title
Displays title of the lecture.
The users can click the title to view the lecture materials regardless of the
actual lecture date.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time of the lecture.
Students can only obtain their points within this time frame.
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by attending the lecture.
Description
Displays lecture descriptions entered by the instructor.
Attachment
Displays attachments available which are registered by user.
Click to download the attachments.
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Table 4-11. Media Lecture Additional Setting
Title
Admitted Learning Time
Description
Displays time admitted by attending the lecture.
The admitted learning time is set by the instructor.
4.4.1 Creating Media Lecture
To use the media lecture, instructor must complete the settings and contents.
You can register the lecture by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit' button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the lecture's
added.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the media lecture has been added to
the weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to
proceed to the lecture information page to
complete the settings and contents.
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2. Import and upload courseware from the
LCMS by clicking the ‘Attachment’ button
located left of the Content Name field.
3. After the courseware is uploaded, enter the
basic information below:
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Title
Date/Time
Criteria Setting
Description
Attachment
3 Next, enter the additional setting below:
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1) Admitted Learning Time
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4. When all the information is entered, click the
‘Save’ button.
Media lectures can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-9. Viewing Media Lecture
Once the media lecture has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types
according to date and time set by an instructor.
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Table 4-12. Media Lecture Classification
Title
Description
The lecture has not started yet, therefore, is not available for students to
participate.
The lecture has opened and is in progress.
Click the title or the status button to enter the lecture, and student
attendance will be applied.
The scheduled lecture period has ended. Users can still enter the lecture by
clicking the lecture title, but student attendance will not be applied.
4.4.2 Using Learning Contents Viewer
To enter the media lecture, click the lecture title or the ‘Enter’ status button. Once
entered, the Learning Contents Viewer will be displayed to proceed the online
learning.
Figure 4-10. Learning Contents Viewer
The learning contents views contains following functions.
Table 4-11. Learning Contents Viewer Functions
Button
Title
Learning
Progress
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Description
Click to view learning progress window, containing course information,
the total duration of the learning content, the last studied date, and
the learning progress.
Table 4-13. Learning Contents Viewer Functions
Button
Title
Description
Displays Table of Contents for the learning content and Bookmark
page.
TOC displays list of contents in order of the current learning content.
Bookmark only displays the list of contents selected as favorites by an
user.
Please note that two functions cannot be selected at the same time.
TOC/Bookmark
Can set/change the theme color. There are 4 colors available.
Theme Settings
The colors are same as the LMS colors.
Choose to show and hide the table of contents with ‘-’ and ‘+’ buttons.
Show/Hide
Table of
Contents
Click ‘-’ button to hide the table of contents and expand the contents
viewing screen.
Click ‘+’ button to show the table of contents and reduce the contents
viewing screen.
Table of
Contents
Controller
Click the arrows to navigate the table of contents.
4.4.3 Activity Tracking
Media Lecture offers Activity Tracking tool. Activity Tracking automatically monitors
students' attendance and learning progress, eliminating the need for the instructors
to manually complete the attendance.
1. Click the 'Activity Tracking' button located on
the bottom right.
1
2. Instructors can view each student’s learning
progress in terms of media lecture.
2
2
The Activity Tracking offers following
information:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Week
Title
Period
Admitted Learning Time
Actual Learning Time
Learning History
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4.5 Campus Lecture
The instructor can inform offline lectures to students in the campus lecture. The
campus lecture can be created by entering information required with the weekly
settings in Course Design
Figure 4-11. . Campus Lecture Information
The Campus Lecture settings and contents are explained below
Table 4-12. Media Lecture Basic Information
Title
Description
Title
Displays title of the lecture.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time of the lecture.
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by attending the lecture.
Description
Displays lecture descriptions entered by the instructor.
4.5.1 Creating Campus Lecture
To use the campus lecture, instructor must complete the settings and contents.
You can register the lecture by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit' button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the lecture's
added.
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+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the campus lecture has been added to
the weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to
proceed to the lecture information page to
complete the settings and contents.
1
1
2. First, enter the basic information listed below.
2
1)
2)
3)
4)
Title
Date/Time
Criteria Setting
Description
Campus Lecture can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly
List.
Figure 4-12. Campus Lecture
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Once the Campus lecture has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types
according to date and time defined by an instructor.
Table 4-13. Campus Lecture Classification
Title
Description
The lecture has not started yet, therefore, is not available for students to
participate.
The lecture has opened and is in progress. The instructors can take
students’ offline attendances.
The scheduled lecture period has ended. The instructors can post the
students’ offline attendances.
4.5.2 Taking Students’ Offline Attendance
Once the lecture is open, the instructor can take offline attendance with the
attendance sheet provided by the campus lecture learning tool of the LMS.
The instructor can choose to manually take the attendance in the LMS, or complete
the attendances on the Excel file, and upload the file.
Entering Attendance using Excel
Entering Attendance to LMS
The instructor can upload the attendance by entering status on the provided Excel
file from LMS.
1. Click the 'Download' button to download the
excel file.
1
※ Can only use the excel file provided by the
LMS.
1
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2. Complete the attendance by filling in the
status on the Excel file.
2
※ Only type ‘Y’ if student is present, or ‘N’ if
absent.
3. After saving the changes, click the 'Upload'
button to upload the file. The attendance will be
applied to LMS.
3
The instructor can manually take students’ attendances in the LMS.
1. Select either ‘Present’ or ‘Absent’, depending
on the student’s status.
※ Must select either present or absent.
1
2. After completing the attendances, click the
‘Save’ button to apply the data.
2
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4.6 Bulletin
Instructors can utilize bulletin function included to Forums.
Bulletin offers basic and media type, and bulletin can be created by entering
information required for the weekly settings through Course Design.
Figure 4-11. Bulletin Information
Bulletin’s settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-16. Bulletin Basic Information
Title
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Description
Title
Displays the title of the post on the bulletin.
Description
Displays the detailed information of the bulletin post entered by the
instructor.
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by completing the bulletin.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time students can participate in.
Attachment
Displays attachments available.
Click to download the attachments.
Grade Given
Displays if grade is given or not.
To evaluate students, click the ‘Evaluate’ button and move to the grade
page of the corresponding bulletin.
Attachment Type
Displays attachment types students can upload, set by the instructor.
Only displayed attachment types are available to be uploaded.
4.6.1 Creating Bulletin
The bulletin can be created by entering information required in the weekly list
You can register the lecture by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit' button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the bulletin
information is added.
Bulletin offers basic and media types, and the bulletin type can be set in the
Bulletin’s basic information settings.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the bulletin has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed
to the bulletin information page.
1
1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
3
Type : Select Media or Basic
Title
Description
Attachment
Forum Availability
Notification
3. Then, enter the additional information shown
below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Allow Students to write
Allow reply
Private
Attachment
Attachment Size
Number of Attachment(s)
Attachment Type
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Depending on the selected bulletin type, additional settings need to be configured.
For example, the basic bulletin type needs to set by the instructor if uploading
attachment is allowed, and if it is which file types are allowed. The media bulletin
type must contain image type attachment, and instructor must configure setting
accordingly.
Bulletin Type - Basic
Bulletin Type - Media
4. Select if you want to import the past bulletin
data from previous semesters.
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※ Import Past Data: Importing bulletin posts,
comments, and attachments posted by the
students from the previous semesters.
Import Past Data options are shown below:
1) All : Articles + Comments + Attachments
2) Select : Articles + Comments + Attachments
※When choosing from Select, articles are
checked as a default, and cannot be unchecked.
※ When choosing from the Select, you can
choose single or multiple items.
5. Select if the bulletin will be graded or not.
If it is for grade, select Yes and ‘Evaluate’ button
will be created, where instructor can evaluate
students. The ‘Evaluate’ button will be activated
after completing the scheduled date/time of the
corresponding bulletin.
5
6
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6. When all the information is entered, click the
‘Save’ button.
Bulletin can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-12. Bulletin
Once the bulletin has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types according to
date and time set by an user.
Table 4-17. Bulletin Classifications
Title
Description
The bulletin is not open yet, therefore, is not available.
The bulletin is open and is in progress.
Depending on the settings made, students are permitted to upload:
1) Posts
2) Comments
3) Attachments
The bulletin is closed, and is no longer available since the scheduled
date/time has been over. User can check the bulletin posts written by the
students, but not able to write a new bulletin post.
If the bulletin was for grades, instructor can evaluate students by clicking
the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the corresponding grade page.
4.6.2 Basic Bulletin
The basic bulletin is used for students to conduct simple tasks, and like any other
learning tools, and users can post bulletins only when the status is open.
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Figure 4-13. Basic Bulletin
When the bulletin status is open, instructor and students can access and post
threads, and reply to any registered posts on the bulletin contents.
Users can also download and view the attachments and the past bulletin contents
run in previous semesters depending on the instructors setting.
1. While the bulletin is open, users can post
bulletin contents by clicking the '+' button.
※ The instructor can restrict students from
posting threads and/or replying.
※ The instructor can post and reply regardless.
1
2. Users can also view and reply to others' posts.
2
3. And download attachments within the
scheduled date/time of the corresponding
bulletin.
3
2
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4.6.3 Media Bulletin
When media bulletin is used, the media window is displayed on the bottom so
students can post contents with images.
Figure 4-14. Media Bulletin
While the bulletin is open, users can post contents including images and view other's
contents. They can also reply and view others comments as well.
The images posted on the bulletin can also be downloaded, and if the past contents
are imported, then past contents can also be viewed.
1. While the bulletin is open, users can post
bulletin contents by clicking the '+' button.
※ The instructor can restrict students from
posting and/or replying.
※ The instructor can post and reply regardless.
1
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2. While the bulletin is open, users can view the
posts via pop-up window, and can reply
comments on the corresponding bulletin posts.
2
3. Users can also download attachments.
3
4.6.4 Evaluating Bulletin
Once the bulletin is closed, instructor can evaluate students based on the bulletin
posts.
Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to evaluate students. The evaluations can be edited until
the grade submission. The instructor can also send encouraging messages to
students who didn’t participate.
Figure 4-17. Evaluation Page
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
1
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2. On the students list, click the number under
the Post section to view students' posts via popup window.
2
3. The instructor must check the boxes in front
of the students’ names to enter points to grade
students. Enter the points in the boxes provided
under the Grade section.
3
4
4. After entering all the points, click the ‘Save’
button. To edit, check the box located in front
of the students’ names, edit, then click the
‘Save’ button to finish.
5 Instructors can send encouraging messages to
students with low grades via sms, email, and/or
LMS message, by clicking their name.
5
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4.7 Discussion
The discussion tool, located under the Forums, is used to create group and individual
discussion sessions.
Discussion can be created by entering information required for the weekly settings
in Course Design.
Figure 4-15. Discussion Settings and Contents
Discussion settings and contents are explained below:
Table 4-18. Discussion Information
Title
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Description
Title
Displays the title of the post on the discussion
Description
Displays the detailed information of the discussion entered by the
instructor.
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by completing the discussion.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time students can participate in.
Attachment
Displays attachments available.
Click to download the attachments.
Grade
Displays if grade is given or not.
To evaluate students, click the ‘Evaluate’ button and move to the grade
page of the corresponding discussion.
Attachment Type
Displays attachment types students can upload, set by the instructor.
Only displayed attachment types are available to be uploaded.
4.7.1 Creating Discussion
Discussion can be created by entering information required for the weekly settings.
You can register the discussion by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit‘ button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the discussion
is created.
Discussion offers group settings, and group and individual discussion sessions are
created according to the setting.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the discussion has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed
to the discussion information page.
1
1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
3
Title
Description
Attachment
Forum Availability
Notification
3. Enter the additional information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Allow reply
Private
Attachment
Attachment Size
Number of Attachment(s)
Attachment Type
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4. Configure group settings.
Depending on the group settings, either group
discussion or individual discussion is created.
The group settings are explained below:
4
※ There are 2 ways to create groups.
Create New Groups
Reuse the Registered Groups
Create New Groups
You can create new groups when there is no pre-existing groups, or if new group
configurations are needed.
1
2
3
1. Enter the group name to use, and click the ‘Create’ button.
2. Click the group name to assign students per group.
3. Appoint group leaders. (Only 1 leader per group).
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Reuse Groups
The group settings can be also imported from the Forums(Discussion, Assignment,
Team Project) registered within the corresponding course, and if existing group is
selected, then all the data entered before saving will be deleted.
2
3
4
1
1. To use existing group, click the ‘Reuse Template’ button.
2. All the groups created under the course will be displayed on a pop-up window.
3. Click the group name to view group configuration.
4. Click the Reuse button to use the group, and the group template will be added to
the discussion.
5
5. Once the group settings are complete, select
if you want to import the past discussions from
previous semesters.
※ Import Past Data: Importing discussions,
comments, and attachments posted by the
students from the previous semesters.
Import Past Data options are shown below:
1) All : Articles + Comments + Attachments
2) Select : Articles + Comments + Attachments
※When choosing from Select, articles are checked
as a default, and cannot be un-checked.
※ When choosing from the Select, you can
choose either single or multiple items.
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6. Select if the discussion will be graded or not.
If it is for grade, select Yes and ‘Evaluate’ button
will be created, where instructor can evaluate
students. The ‘Evaluate’ button will be activated
after completing the scheduled date/time of the
corresponding discussion.
6
7
7. When all the information is entered, click the
‘Save’ button.
Discussion can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-19. Discussion
Once the discussion has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types according
to date and time.
Table 4-19. Discussion Classifications
Title
Description
The discussion is not open yet, therefore, is not available.
The discussion is open and is in progress.
Depending on the settings made, students can:
1) Post comments
2) Post attachments
3) Be in groups
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Title
Description
The discussion is closed, and nothing can be posted.
If the discussion was for grades, instructor can evaluate students by clicking
the ‘Evaluate’ button.
4.7.2 Individual Discussion
If the group settings are not used, then individual discussion will be created. Once
the discussion is open, students can add discussion posts by clicking the ‘+’ button in
the discussion page.
Figure 4-20. Individual Discussion
Once the discussion is open, instructor and students can post and view other
discussions and also reply/comment and view others’ discussion posts.
Users can also download attachments, like and/or recommend posts. By using the
like/recommend functions, users can select which posts to read, and also distinguish
users preferences in real time.
If the instructor chose to import the past data, then students can also view the past
discussion contents of previous semesters.
1
1. After the discussion has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed
to the discussion information page.
※ Depending on the instructor's setting
students may or may not be able to reply
toward others’ posts.
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2
2. While the discussion is open, users can view
each other's posts and reply to them.
3
4
3. Users can also download available
attachments.
4. Like and/or recommend others’ posts.
2
4.7.3 Group Discussion
If the group settings are used to create discussion, then group discussion session will
be created.
Once the discussion is open upon the scheduled date/time decided by the
corresponding instructor, discussion session per group will be created like shown
below.
Figure 4-21. Group Discussion
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Group members can start the discussion in the assigned session once the discussion
is open. The Instructor can enter the group discussions to view progress, discuss and
comment.
The instructor can also download available attachments and view the past
discussions from previous semesters if available.
1
1. Click the Enter button to enter into the
desired discussion group.
2. Once entered, click the ‘+’ button to post
discussion.
2
※ Instructor can restrict students from replying
and commenting on others’ posts.
While the discussion is open, the instructor can:
3. View students discussions and reply
comments,
3
4. Download attachments,
4
5
5. Like and recommend discussion posts written
by other students within the discussion session.
3
4.7.4 Evaluating Individual Discussion
Once the discussion is closed, instructor can evaluate students based on the
discussion.
Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to evaluate students. The evaluations can be edited until
the grade submission. The instructor can also send encouraging messages to
students who didn’t participate.
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Figure 4-22. Individual Evaluation Page
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
1
2. On the students list, click ‘Total Post’ number
under the Post session to view students' posts
via pop-up window.
2
3
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3. The instructor must check the boxes in front
of the students’ names to enter points to grade
students. Enter the points in the boxes provided
under the Grade section.
4
4. After entering all the marks, click the ‘Save’
button. To edit, check the box located in front
of the students’ names, edit, then click the
‘Save’ button to finish.
5
5 Instructors can send encouraging messages to
students with low grades via sms, email, and/or
LMS message, by clicking their name.
4.7.5 Evaluating Group Discussion
Once the group discussion is closed, instructor can evaluate students based on the
discussion.
Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to evaluate students. The evaluations can be edited until
the grades submission. The instructor can also send encouraging messages to
students who didn’t participate.
Figure 4-23. Evaluation Page
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In group discussion, there are two ways to evaluate students.
Group Evaluation
Individual Evaluation
Group Evaluation
Group Evaluation allows instructor to give same grade to all members of the group.
However, the instructor can manually change grades either per group or individual if
wish to.
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
1
2
2. Enter the students' points in the box provided
next to the Group Evaluation field, and click the
Group Evaluation button located below. The
same points entered will then be filled in to all
group members' grade boxes.
3. If wish to edit grades individually, check the
box located in front of the student, edit, and
then click the ‘Save’ button.
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Individual Evaluation
Individual evaluation method is identical to the individual discussion evaluation
method.
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
1
2. On the students list, click the ‘Total Post’
number under the Post session to view
students' posts via pop-up window.
2
3. The instructor must check the boxes in front
of the students’ names to enter points to grade
students. Enter the points in the boxes provided
under the Grade section.
3
4
4. After entering all the points, click the ‘Save’
button. To edit, check the box located in front
of the students’ names, edit, then click the
‘Save’ button to finish.
5
5 Instructors can send encouraging messages to
students with low grades via sms, email, and/or
LMS message, by clicking their name.
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4.8 Assignment
The Assignment tool, located under the Forums is used for instructor to design and
hand out assignments.
The Assignment tool, located under the Forums is used to create group and
individual assignments. Assignments can be created by entering information
required for the weekly settings in Course Design.
Figure 4-24. Assignment Settings and Contents
Assignment settings and contents are explained below:
Table 4-20. Assignment Information
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the assignment.
Description
Displays assignment information written by the instructor.
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by completing the assignment.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time students can complete the
assignment.
Attachment
Displays attachments available.
Click to download the attachments.
Grade Given
Displays if grade is given or not.
Displays the submission method the students must hand in the assignment.
There are 4 submission types available:
Submission Method
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1) Attachment
2) Hard Copy
3) Attachment + Hard Copy
4) Board
Title
Description
Number of Submissions Allowed
Displays how many times a student can submit for an assignment. An
instructor can set the maximum number of assignment submission.
Attachment Type
Displays attachment types students can upload, set by the instructor.
Only displayed attachment types can be uploaded.
4.8.1 Creating Assignment
Assignment can be created by entering information needed in the weekly list.
You can register the assignment by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit‘ button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the
assignment is created.
The Assignment tool offers group settings to select an assignment type; group or
individual assignment. And either of two types of assignment is created according to
the setting.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the assignment has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed
to the assignment information page.
1
1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1) Title
2) Description
3) Attachment
4) Period
5) Submission Method
6) Notification
7) Grade
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※ To enter assignment basic information, the instructor can manually enter
information, or he can import existing assignment template.
Registering a New Assignment
Information
Importing Assignment Template
To manually enter the basic information, the instructor can proceed the same as the
other previous learning tools. To use the assignment template, instructor needs to
import the assignment template registered in the past.
To import assignment template, click the ‘Call Template’ button to display Template
window. Select the desired template from the available templates.
Assignment templates only include title, description, and attachment information.
Therefore, the instructor must enter rest of the information manually.
3. The instructor must enter following additional
information manually.
2
3
1)
2)
3)
4)
Number of Submissions Allowed
Attachment Size
Number of Attachment(s)
Attachment Type
4. Configure group settings. Depending on the
group settings, either group assignment or
individual assignment will be created.
The group settings are explained below:
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※ There are 2 ways to create groups.
Create New Groups
Reuse Groups
Create New Groups
You can create new groups when there is no pre-existing groups, or if new group
configurations are needed.
1
2
3
1. Enter the group name to use, and click the Create button.
2. Click the group name to select students per group.
3. Appoint a group leader per each group. (Only 1 leader per group).
Reuse Groups
The group settings can be also imported from the Forums(Discussion, Assignment,
Team Project) registered within the corresponding course.
Please be advised that when existing group is selected, all the data entered before
saving will be deleted.
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2
3
4
1
1. To use existing group, click the Reuse Template button.
2. All the groups created under the course will be displayed on a pop-up window.
3. Click the group name to view group configuration.
4. Click the Reuse button to use the group, and the group template will be added to
the corresponding assignment.
Assignment can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-25. Assignment
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Once the assignment has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types according
to the scheduled date and time set by an instructor.
Table 4-21. Assignment Classifications
Title
Description
The assignment is not open yet, therefore, is not available.
The assignment is open and is in progress.
Depending on the settings made, students can:
1) Post comments
2) Post attachments
3) Be in groups
The assignment is closed, and nothing can be posted.
If the discussion was for grades, instructor can evaluate students by clicking
the ‘Evaluate’ button.
4.8.2 Individual Assignment
If the group settings are not used, then individual assignment will be created.
Once the assignment is open, the students can add assignment by clicking the
+ button in the assignment page.
Figure 4-26. Individual Assignment
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Once the assignment is open, the students can access and submit the assignment.
The assignment must be submitted according to the submission method.
The Instructor can not only view the assignment but can also download the
attachments, and leave feedback after reviewing the submitted assignments.
Once the assignment is submitted by the
students, the instructor can:
1
1. View and leave feedback on the submissions.
2. Download the attachments.
2
1
4.8.3 Group Assignment
If the group settings are used to create assignment, then group assignment will be
created.
Once the assignment is available, group sessions will be created like shown below.
Figure 4-27. Group Assignment
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Once the assignment is open, the group members can view the assignment. And
once the students are finished, they can submit the assignment according to the
submission method.
After the assignments are submitted, the instructor can view the work, and leave
feedback. If the assignment was submitted as an attachment, then the instructor
must download the attachments to review the assignment.
1
1. Click the ‘Enter’ button to enter into the
desired assignment group.
2. After the assignment has been submitted by
each group of students, the instructor can view
the submissions and leave feedback.
2
3
3. The instructor can also download and view
the attachments.
2
4.8.4 Plagiarism Detector
The Plagiarism detector can identify if there are any identical work in between the
students, or if the students have plagiarized someone else's work by comparing any
two documents. It analyzes and shows how much identical different two works.
Figure 4-28. Plagiarism Detector
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Table 4-22. Plagiarism Detector
Title
Description
Default Area
Not identical to each other
Highlighted Area (Red)
Identical contents / Plagiarized
1
1. To run the plagiarism detector, click the
Plagiarism percentage of student you wish to
examine.
2. The plagiarism detector will pop-up and the
students work will be displayed on the left side.
To run the detector, select other student's work
to compare with.
2
3. Once the other student's work is selected, the
detector will automatically analyze both
documents.
The instructor can change the comparing
student's work to continue on the analysis.
3
4. Click the highlighted area on the either side
to view the identical contents on the other side.
4
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4.8.5 Evaluating Individual Assignment
Once the assignment is past the due date, the instructor can evaluate students
based on the submitted assignments.
After running the plagiarism detector, click the ‘Evaluate’ button to evaluate
students. The evaluations can be edited until the grades are submitted. The
instructor can also send encouraging messages to students who didn’t participate.
Figure 4-29. Individual Evaluation Page
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
1
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2. Run the plagiarism detector to identify
plagiarism.
2
3. To enter students’ s, the instructor must
check the box in front of the students’ names.
Enter the marks in the box provided under the
Grade section.
3
4
5
4. After entering all the points, click the ‘Save’
button. To edit, check the box located in front
of the students’ names, edit, then click the
‘Save’ button to finish.
5 Instructors can send encouraging messages to
students with low grades via sms, email, and/or
LMS message, by clicking their name.
4.8.6 Evaluating Group Assignment
Once the group assignment is past the due date, the instructor can evaluate
students based on the submitted assignments.
After running the plagiarism detector, click the ‘Evaluate’ button to evaluate
students. The evaluations can be edited until the grades are submitted. The
instructor can also send encouraging messages to students who didn’t participate.
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Figure 4-30. Group Evaluation Page
In group assignment, there are two ways to evaluate students; Group Evalution and
Individual Evaluation.
Group Evaluation
Individual Evaluation
Group Evaluation
Group evaluation allows instructor to give the same grade to all members of a group.
However, the instructor can change the grades manually for a group or for an
individual if wish to.
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1. Enter the students' points in the box provided
next to the Group Evaluation field, and click the
‘Group Evaluation’ button located below. The
point entered will then be entered in to all
group members' grade boxes.
1
2. If wish to edit grades individually, check the
box located in front of the student, edit, and
then click the ‘Save’ button.
2
Individual Evaluation
Individual evaluation method is identical to the individual assignment evaluation.
3. To enter students’ grades, the instructor must
check the boxes in front of the students’ names.
Enter the grades in the boxes provided under
the Grade section.
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4
4. After entering all the points, click the ‘Save’
button. To edit, check the box located in front
of the students’ names, edit, then click the
‘Save’ button to finish.
5
5 Instructors can send encouraging messages to
students with low grades via sms, email, and/or
LMS message, by clicking their name.
4.9 Team Project
Instructors can utilize Team Project tool located under Forums.
The team project can be created by entering information required for the weekly
settings in Course Design.
Figure 4-31. Team Project Settings and Contents
Team project’s settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-23. Team Project Basic Information
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the team project.
Description
Displays the team project information entered by the instructor.
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by submitting the team project.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time set by an instructor to allow students
to access and submit the team project.
Attachment
Displays attachments available.
Click to download the attachments.
Grade Given
Displays if grade is given or not.
To evaluate students, click the ‘Evaluate’ button.
Attachment Type
Displays attachment types students can upload, set by the instructor.
Only displayed attachment types can be uploaded.
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4.9.1 Creating Team Project
The team project can be created by entering information needed in the weekly list
You can register the team project by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit' button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the team
project information is added.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the team project has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed to
the team project information page.
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1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
3
Title
Description
Attachment
Period
Notification
Grade
3. Then, enter the additional information shown
below.
1) Attachment Size
2) Number of Attachment(s)
3) Attachment Type
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4. Configure the group settings. The group
setting configurations are explained below.
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※ There are 2 ways to create groups.
Create New Groups
Reuse Groups
Create New Groups
You can create new group when there is no pre-existing groups, or if new group
configurations are needed.
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2
3
1. Enter the group name to use, and click the ‘Create’ button.
2. Click the group name to select students per group.
3. Appoint a group leader for each group. (Only 1 leader per group).
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Reuse Groups
The group settings can be also imported from the Forums(Discussion, Assignment,
Team Project) registered within the corresponding course. Please be advised that
when existing group is selected, all the data entered before saving will be deleted.
2
3
4
1
1. To use existing group, click the Reuse Template button.
2. All the groups created under the course will be displayed on a pop-up window.
3. Click the group name to view group configuration.
4. Click the Reuse button to use the group, and the group template will be added to
the discussion.
Team Project can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-32. Team Project
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Once the team project has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types
according to the scheduled date and time set by an instructor.
Table 4-24. Team Project Classifications
Title
Description
The team project is not open yet, therefore, is not available.
The team project is open and is in progress.
The team project is closed, and nothing can be posted.
If the team project is for grades, instructor can evaluate students by clicking
the ‘Evaluate’ button.
4.8.2 Team Project
Once the team project is open, students can view the project information and post
their project.
Figure 4-33. Team Project Page
The instructor can enter the team project groups to view and reply to the posts
created by team members.
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1
1. Click the ‘Enter’ button of the team project
group to enter.
2. Click the ‘+’ button to add post.
2
3. View students posts written within the team
project period set by an instructor.
4. Download attachments.
3
4
4.9.3 Evaluating Team Project
Once the team project is done, the instructor can evaluate students based on the
team project.
Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to evaluate students. The evaluations can be edited until
the grades are submitted. The instructor can also send encouraging messages to
students who didn’t participate.
Figure 4-34. Evaluation Page
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In team project, there are two ways to evaluate students.
Group Evaluation
Individual Evaluation
Group Evaluation
Group Evaluation allows instructor to give same grade to all members of the group.
However, the instructor can manually change grades either per group or individual if
wish to.
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
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2
2. Enter the students' points in the box provided
next to the Group Evaluation field, and click the
‘Group Evaluation’ button located below. The
mark entered will then be entered in to all
group members' grade boxes.
3. If wish to edit grades individually, check the
box located in front of the student, edit, and
then click the ‘Save’ button.
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Individual Evaluation
Individual evaluation method is identical to individual evaluation of any other
learning tools.
1. Click the ‘Evaluate’ button to proceed to the
evaluation page.
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2. On the students list, click the number under
the Post section to view students' posts via popup window.
2
3. the instructor must check the boxes in front
of the students’ names to enter students’ points.
Enter the points in the boxes provided under
the Grade section.
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4
4. After entering all the points, click the ‘Save’
button. To edit, check the box located in front
of the students’ names, edit, then click the
‘Save’ button to finish.
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5. Instructors can send encouraging messages
to students with low grades via sms, email,
and/or LMS message, by clicking their name.
4.10 Resource
The instructor can provide learning materials to students via resource tool.
The resource can be created by entering information required for the weekly setting
in Course Design.
Figure 4-35. Resource Settings and Contents
Resource’s settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-25. Resource Basic Information
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the resource.
Description
Displays the resource information entered by the instructor.
Link URL
Displays URL link of the resource added by the instructor.
Click to proceed to the corresponding URL page.
Attachment
Displays media lecture attachments added by the instructor.
Click to download the attachment(s)
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4.10.1 Creating Resource
The resource can be created by entering information needed in the weekly list
You can register the resource by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit' button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the resource
information is added.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
※ There are 2 ways to create resource.
Create New Resource
Import Existing Resource
The instructor can register the resource by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit'
button located in the weekly list. The instructor can also import existing resource
from previous semesters by using the ‘Import Past Data’ function.
1. After the resource has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed
to the resource information page.
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1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
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Title
Description
Link URL
Attachment
How to import the existing resources are explained below.
1. Click the 'Import Past Data' button to display
the resource list pop-up window.
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2
2
2. Select the resources to use. Can search for
specific resources using the search types, such
as Year, Semester, Campus, Faculty and
Department.
3. To view the detailed resources information,
click the number under the Post section.
Resource can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-36. Resource
Once added to the Weekly List, the resource can be accessed and downloaded by
the students anytime. The resource can also be edited and deleted by the instructor
by clicking the 'Edit' button located in the Weekly List.
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4.11 Survey
The instructor can use the survey tool to collect information on the course which he
is currently teaching. The survey can be created by entering information required for
the Weekly settings in Course Design.
Figure 4-37. Survey Settings and Contents
Survey’s settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-26. Survey Basic Information
Title
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Description
Title
Displays the title of the survey.
Date/Time
Displays the duration of the survey set by an instructor.
Description
Displays survey information entered by the instructor.
4.11.1 Creating Survey
The survey can be created by entering information required for the weekly settings
in Course Design.
You can register the survey by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit' button
located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the survey
information is added.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the survey has been added to the
weekly list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed
to the survey information page.
1
1
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
2
1) Title
2) Period
3) Description
3
3. Click the 'Import' button to view the survey
templates window.
4. Only 1 template can be used per survey.
4
Survey can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
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Figure 4-38. Survey
Once the survey has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types according to
the scheduled date and time set by an instructor.
Table 4-27. Survey Classifications
Title
Description
The survey has not started yet, therefore, is not available.
The survey has started, and is in progress.
The survey result will automatically applied as students complete the
survey in real time.
The survey has ended, and users can no longer participate in the survey.
4.11.2 Survey Result
After the survey has ended, the instructor can view the survey result from the
Weekly List.
Figure 4-39. Survey Result
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4.12 Quiz (Quiz, Midterm Quiz, Final quiz)
Quiz tool is used to evaluate students’ understanding on the course. The quiz can be
created by entering information required for the weekly settings in Course Design.
Figure 4-40. Quiz Settings and Contents
Quiz settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-27. Quiz Basic Information
Title
Description
Displays the quiz type the instructor has selected.
The quiz types provided in Quiz tool are explained below.
Type
1) Online Quiz ( Only regular quiz can be created.)
2) Offline Quiz (Quiz, Midterm, and Final quiz is available.)
Title
Displays the title of the quiz.
The instructor can access the quiz regardless of set time/date, by clicking
the quiz title.
Date/Time
Displays the scheduled date and time of the quiz set by an instructor.
Time Permitted (Mins.)
Displays the length of time that students are permitted to take the quiz.
The time is shown in minutes. (Only available in online quiz.)
Criteria Setting
Displays possible points students can obtain by attending the lecture.
Number Of Trials Allowed
Displays how many time students are allowed to take the quiz (Only
available in online quiz).
Quiz Score
Displays if the quiz scores will be open to all students.
Description
Displays quiz information entered by the instructor.
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4.12.1 Creating Quiz
The quiz can be created by entering information needed in the weekly list. You can
register the quiz by clicking the '+' button in the tab, or ‘Edit' button located in the
weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the survey information is
added.
Please note that quiz cannot be edited when the status is open or closed.
The quiz tool is composed of online and offline quiz, and the quiz type can be
configured in Basic Information section of the quiz information page.
+ button to register
Edit button to register/edit
1. After the quiz has been added to the weekly
list, click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed to the
quiz information page.
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1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Type : Online or Offline
Title
Period
Time Permitted (Mins.)
Criteria Setting
Number of Trials Allowed
Quiz Score
Description
The basic information settings will vary depending on the quiz type.
If the instructor selected online quiz, Date/Time and Time Permitted fields are
required to be entered. The offline quiz does not require Date/Time and Time
Permitted fields to be filled.
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Online Quiz
Offline Quiz
3. When creating an online quiz, the instructor
must add quiz questions.
Click the 'New' button to add the quiz questions.
※ Offline type quiz cannot upload questions to
LMS.
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4
4. After all the questions are added, each
questionnaire's possible points need to be set.
※ The quiz score must total to 100, and if not,
the LMS will automatically calculate to according
to the percentage set by the instructor in
evaluation planner.
Quiz can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
Figure 4-41. Quiz
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Once the quiz has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types according to date
and time.
Table 4-29. Quiz Classifications
Title
Description
The quiz has not started yet, therefore, is not available.
The questions uploaded to online quizzes will be available to instructor.
The quiz is open and is in progress.
Students can access the quiz and instructors can monitor the online quiz.
The quiz is closed.
Instructors can view quiz submitted by students to evaluate. The instructor
can grade students per either group or individual in Excel file.
4.12.2 Online Quiz
Online quiz offers the instructor to monitor students’ quiz progress in real time. The
students can also view their quiz progress and result, once the quiz is submitted.
Figure 4-42. Quiz Monitoring Page
The instructor can monitor the students quiz submission status, and the date
submitted. The instructor can also view students who haven't taken the quiz yet,
and send them a notification message.
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1. while the quiz is open, the instructor can view
the students' submitted quiz.
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2
2. Click the student's name to view profile, and
you can message the students using the
messaging tool provided in the profile window.
※ LMS cannot monitor offline quizzes.
4.12.3 Evaluating Online Quiz
Once the quiz is closed, the instructor can evaluate the quiz.
LMS offers Excel file for instructors to enter quiz scores. The instructor can enter the
scores using the Excel file, or enter the grades individually right to the LMS.
The students’ IP addresses are also available to be viewed by the instructor, so the
instructor can check for any misconducts. Quiz feedback can be entered and the
students can view the feedback along with the quiz result.
Figure 4-43. Evaluating Online Quiz
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LMS can automatically evaluate all types of quiz answers except for written types
such as essay type question.
Therefore instructor must go over the answers and manually enter the score using
the Excel file provided by LMS, or to the LMS.
Entering quiz score using Excel
Entering quiz score to LMS
Enter grades through Excel.
The instructor can upload quiz scores by entering the scores in the provided Excel
file from LMS.
1. Click the 'Download' button to download the
excel file.
※ Can only use the excel file provided by the
LMS.
1
2. Enter the students score on the spaces
provided. After saving the changes, click the
'Upload' button to upload the file. The quiz
scores will be applied to LMS.
2
3. To view the quiz result, click the 'Preview'
button. If the instructor wants to leave a
feedback, click the Feedback to open the popup window, and enter the feedback.
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Entering grades to LMS
Instructor can manually enter each students grade straight to LMS.
1. Click the ‘View’ button to open the student’s
quiz to evaluate the written type questions of
the quiz.
1
2. Enter the score the written part and save.
2
3. Click the ‘Preview’ button to confirm the quiz
result. If wish to leave feedback, click the
‘Feedback’ section to do so.
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4.12.4 Evaluating Offline Quiz
After the offline quiz has finished, instructor can evaluate the quiz.
The instructor can enter the quiz scores using the Excel file provided by the LMS, or
can also enter the score straight to LMS.
The instructor can leave quiz feedback after the students have registered the quiz
submission status. Students can view the feedback as quiz result.
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Figure 4-44. Offline Quiz Evaluation Page
The LMS cannot evaluate offline Quiz.
The offline quiz scores can be added straight to LMS, or through the Excel file.
Enter quiz score using Excel
Enter quiz score to LMS
Here are instructions to enter scores using the Excel file.
1. Click the 'Download' button to download the
excel file.
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※ Can only use the excel file provided by the
LMS.
2. Enter the quiz scores on the spaces provided.
After saving the changes, click the 'Upload'
button to upload the file. The quiz scores will be
applied to LMS. .
2
3. Instructor can leave feedback, and students
can view the feedback as a test result.
※ Feedback button to leave feedback will be
activated when students’ quiz submission status
are confirmed.
3
The instructor can also enter quiz scores straight to LMS.
1. Enter the quiz scores and click the ‘Save’
button.
1
1
2. Instructor can preview feedback after leaving
the feedback, and students can view the
feedback as a test result.
※ Feedback button to leave feedback will be
activated when students’ quiz submission status
are confirmed.
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4.13 Course Audit
The course audit menu manages students requesting to audit the course. The
instructor can search the students requesting to audit, and add them into the
students list.
Once the students are approved, the students will have the same responsibilities as
the other enrolled students.
Figure 4-45. Course Audit Page
Course audit approval process is as below:
1. Student must contact the instructor to
request audit.
1
2. The instructor can search for the student in
the Course Audit page.
2
3. The instructor can approve the student to
audit the course by clicking Approve button.
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4
4. The table on the bottom is a list of students
auditing the course. Instructor can stop the
student from auditing anytime by checking the
student’s box and clicking ‘Reject’ button.
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4.14 Notice
The notice board is used to upload news and important notices regarding the course.
There are 2 types to post notices, which are Top notice and general notice, and only
the instructor can post notice to the notice board.
Figure 4-46. Notice Board
Notice settings and contents are explained below.
Table 4-30. Notice Basic Information
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the notice.
Top Notice
Displays if the notice will be posted as a Top notice.
(Top notice: The top notices will stay on the top of the notice board, and
will not move down to the bottom even if other new notices are posted).
Description
Displays notice information entered by the instructor.
Send Notification
Displays if the instructor will send notification about the notice post to the
enrolled students.
There are 3 ways to send notifications: email, sms, and LMS message.
Attachment
Displays attachments available.
Click to download the attachments.
4.14.1 Creating Notice
The notice an be created by clicking the '+' button in the notice tab.
Students can access to posted notices, and if a notice is set as a Top notice, then the
notice will be posted on very top of the list.
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1. Click the '+' button located on the top of the
notice tab to create new post.
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2
2. Enter the basic information shown below.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Title
Top Notice
Description
Send Notification
Attachment
The notices are available in the notice board.
Figure 4-47. Notice Board
Once posted in the notice board, you can click the notice title to view the notice
contents.
Click the 'Edit'/'Delete' button to edit/delete.
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4.15 Q&A
Questions and answers regarding the course will be posted in the Q&A board.
Q&A board provides a space for students to ask questions regarding the course, and
for instructors to answer.
Figure 4-48.Q&A Board
Q&A components are explained below.
Table 4-31. Q&A Components
Title
Description
Question
Students post questions regarding the course.
Answer
Answers are posted by the instructor .
Once the instructor views the posted question, he can post answers as a reply.
The instructor can post more than 1 answer, and the answers can be edited/deleted.
However, the answers cannot contain attachment.
Figure 4-49.Q&A Answering Window
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4.16 FAQ
Frequently asked questions and the answers regarding to the course are managed in
the FAQ board.
Only the instructor can post in the FAQ board.
Figure 4-50. FAQ Board
The FAQ components are explained below.
Table 4-32. FAQ Components
Title
Description
Question
Frequently asked questions about the course by the students.
Answer
The instructor’s answers to the questions.
4.16.1 Creating FAQ
To create FAQ, click the '+' button in the FAQ tab to proceed to next step. Enter the
FAQ information and click 'Save' to post FAQ.
1. Click the ‘+’ button to create new FAQ.
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2. Enter the FAQ question and answer.
2
The FAQs are available in the FAQ board.
Figure 4-51. FAQ Board
Once posted to the FAQ board, users can click the title to view the information.
To edit/delete. click the 'Edit'/'Delete' button accordingly. Editing/deleting function
is not available to students.
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4.17 Template
The instructor can reuse the course materials repeatedly by creating templates.
The templates are saved in the LMS for the instructor to import and use in
assignments and surveys. The template function only offers survey type and
assignment type template.
Figure 4-51. Template Tab
Survey and assignment template settings and information are explained below.
Table 4-33. Survey Settings
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the survey.
Type
Displays the survey type.
There are 2 types of surveys:
Question(s)
Displays how many questions are contained in the survey.
Survey Availability
Displays the survey availability.
The survey cannot be used if select ‘No’.
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Table 4-33. Survey Settings
Title
Description
Survey Usage
Displays if the template is in use.
The template cannot be edited/deleted while in use.
Copy
Click the 'Copy' button to copy the template.
The instructor can create new template based on the original by using this
function.
Table 4-34. Assignment Settings
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the assignment.
Description
Displays the assignment information entered by the instructor.
Displays the submission method the students must hand in the assignment.
There are 4 submission types available:
Submission Method
1) Attachment
2) Hard Copy
3) Attachment + Hard Copy
4) Board
Displays attachments available.
Click to download the attachments.
Attachment
4.17.1 Creating Survey Template
Click the '+' button in the Survey section of the template tab to create a new survey.
You can also copy the existing template and edit settings to reuse some contents by
clicking the 'Copy' button.
+ button to register
Copy button to reuse
Instructions to create a new template is explained below.
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1. Click the ‘+’ button to proceed to the next
step.
1
2
2. Enter the basic information shown below:
1) Title
2) Type
3) Availability
3. Click the 'Add Question' button to create
survey question.
3
※ If there is no question added to the template,
then the template cannot be used.
4. The question type can be set by selecting
either multiple-choice or written type.
Enter the information needed and click the
'Save' button.
4
To create a survey template using the copy function, refer below information.
1. Select the survey template to copy and click
the ‘Copy’ button.
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2
2. Change the basic information to conform to
the survey purpose.
3. Change the copied Questionnaire information
to conform to the survey purpose.
3
Once the template has been added, the instructor can import the template to reuse
in other courses of the instructor. However, if the Survey Availability is set to No,
then the template cannot be used, and it won't be displayed on the import list.
Figure 4-53. Importing the Templates
4.17.2 Creating Assignment Template
Click the '+' button in the Assignment section of the template tab to create a new
survey.
1. Click ‘+’ button to proceed to next step.
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2 Enter the following information:
1
1)
2)
3)
4)
Title
Description
Submission Method
Attachment
Once the assignment template has been added, the instructor can import the
template to reuse in other courses of the instructor.
Figure 4-54. Importing Assignment Template
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4.18 Course Evaluation
Users can manage and view the students' course evaluations in this menu.
Please note that course evaluation is mandatory for students to complete, since
they cannot access their final grade without completing the course evaluation.
Figure 4-55. Course Evaluation Settings and Contents
Course Evaluation’s contents and settings are explained below.
Table 4-35. Course Evaluation Basic Information
Title
Description
Title
Displays the course evaluation title.
Period
Displays the duration of the course evaluation set by the instructor.
Description
Displays the course evaluation information entered by the instructor.
4.18.1 Creating Course Evaluation
The course evaluation can be created by entering information required for the
weekly settings in Course Design.
You can register the course evaluation by clicking the '+' button in the tab or ‘Edit'
button located in the weekly list. However, the '+' button will disappear once the
survey information is added.
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1. Click the 'Course Evaluation' button located in
the bottom right of the screen.
1
2. Click '+' or ‘Edit' button to proceed to the
course evaluation information page.
2
3. Enter the basic information shown below.
3
1) Title
2) Period
3) Description
4
4. Click the 'Import' button to view the survey
templates window.
5. Only 1 template can be used per survey.
5
Survey can be viewed by clicking the learning tool located in the Weekly List.
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Figure 4-56. Course Evaluation
Once the course evaluation has been added, it will be classified to 3 status types
according to the scheduled date and time set by an instructor.
Table 4-36. Course Evaluation Classification
Title
Description
The course evaluation has not started yet, therefore, is not available.
The course evaluation has started, and is in progress.
The course evaluation result will automatically applied as students
complete the course evaluation in real time.
4.18.2 Course Evaluation Result
After the course evaluation has ended, the instructor can view the course evaluation
result from the Weekly List.
Figure 4-57. Course Evaluation Result
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4.19 Grade
The Grade menu allows instructor to view and manage the students grades. The
instructor must send students’ grades to the assigned reviewer and approver to
finalize grade.
Figure 4-58. Grade Page
Grade page components are explained below.
Table 4-37. Grade Components
Title
Description
Reviewer
Search and select grade reviewer. The reviewer cannot be changed once
the grade review is requested.
Approver
Search and select grade approver. The approver cannot be changed once
the grade approval is requested.
Request
After selecting the reviewer and approver, click the request button.
Once requested, the grades cannot be edited.
Auto Grade
Automatically grades students.
Encouragement
Send students academically encouraging message.
Excel Download
Download the grade into Excel format.
Learning Tool
Click the learning tool grades to track students learning activities.
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All the functions and buttons in the Grade page will be inactive when first opened.
Click the 'Auto Grade' button to activate the page.
Figure 4-59. Click Auto Grade to Activate Grade Page.
Once the page is active, the instructor can view the students grades and academic
performances.
The instructor can assign extra work for students, and the work can be graded in the
Extra Credit section if needed.
Figure 4-60. Activity Tracking Window
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4.19.1 Requesting Grade Review/Approval
Once the grading is completed by the instructor, the grades need to be reviewed
and approved to be finalized.
How to review and approve the requested grades are as below.
Review
Grades
Pending
Approve
Grades
Reject
Review
Reject
Approval
Grades
are
Finalized
Edit Grades
Figure 4-55. Grading Process
Below are the grade processing instructions.
1. Select grades reviewer and approver.
After reviewer and approver are selected, click
the 'Request' button to proceed.
1
※ The grades cannot be edited while
reviewing/approving.
2
3
2. If the review is rejected, view the reason for
rejection, then edit the grades accordingly and
re-apply for review.
3. If the approval is rejected, view the reason for
rejection, then edit the grades accordingly and
re-apply for approval.
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4.20 Activity Tracking
The instructor can view students academic performances in real time with the
Activity Tracking tool. By reviewing students academic performances, the instructor
can send academically encouraging message to students in need.
Figure 4-62. Activity Tracking Page
Below are Activity Tracking components.
Table 4-38. Activity Tracking Components
Title
Description
Academic Encouragement
Sends academically encouraging messages to the students in need.
To send encouragement, check the box of students send message and click
‘Academic Encouragement’ button.
Excel Download
Click the button to download the data on tracking students’ learning
activities as Excel format.
Learning Tool
Click the learning tool grade to view the student’s activity.
Click the student's grade available below each learning tool sections to view
student's activities in detail. The instructor can download the activity tracking page
as an Excel file to monitor students’ overall learning activities, and can also use
Academic Encouragement function to send academically encouraging messages to
individual student in need.
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5
Community
Share academic knowledge with staffs and students in
the Community.
Community menu offers 5 services -Notice, FAQ, Q&A, Message, and Manual
functions- for students and staffs to conveniently share academic knwoledge and
various information.
Figure 5-1. Community Functions
The administrator posts notices for users in the notice board. FAQ is also used by the
administrator to post LMS's frequently asked questions and answers. The Q&A is
also available for users to post questions regarding to LMS. The LMS users can also
use the LMS messaging system to communicate with each other among staff,
instructors and students.
Notice
FAQ
Q&A
Message
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5.1 Notice
The notice board is used by the administrator to post notices for the LMS users.
The Top notice and regular notice are used.
Figure 5-2. Notice Board
Notice contents and settings are explained below.
Table 5-1. Notice Contents
Title
Description
Title
Displays the title of the notice.
Top Notice
The Top notices will always stay on top of the list.
Description
Displays the notice information entered by the administrator.
Attachment
Displays attachment(s) added by the administrator.
Click to download the attachments.
Newly added notices will have 'N‘ sign appearing next to the title. Click the title to
view the full notice.
Figure 5-3. Newly Added Notice, Notice Type: Top
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5.2 FAQ
Frequently asked questions to the administrator and the administrator’s answers are
available in the Community’s FAQ board.
Figure 5-4. Community FAQ Board
FAQ has following components:
Table 5-2. FAQ Components
Title
Description
Question
Questions frequently asked by the users to the administrator.
Answer
Administrator’s answers to the questions.
Newly added FAQ will have 'N‘ sign appearing next to the title. Click the title to view
the full details.
Figure 5-5. New FAQ
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5.3 Q&A
All LMS users, including instructors can post questions, regarding to the LMS, to the
administrator. Once the administrator responses to the questions, answers will be
available to be viewed.
Users can also view other questions and answers posted on the Q&A board.
Figure 5-6.Q&A Board
Q&A has following components:
Table 5-3. Q&A Components
Title
Description
Question
Users post questions regarding LMS to the administrator.
Answer
Answers are posted by the administrator.
5.3.1 Creating Q&A
To create Q&A, click the ‘+’ button on the Q&A board and post questions.
1
1. Click ‘+’ button to proceed to next page.
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2
2. Enter the question(s).
The Q&A will be uploaded to the Q&A board.
Figure 5-7. Q&A Board: Answer Field
Click the title of the Q&A to view full detail.
You can edit or delete your own Q&A with 'Edit' and 'Delete' button. Only the
administrator can edit the answers but users can only delete both question and
answers of their own Q&A.
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5.4 Message
The message function offers users to send messages to other LMS users, and they
can view their message histories.
Sent
Received
Figure 5-8. Message Page
The message page is composed of Received and Sent tabs. LMS users can access to
all the Received messages and reply to the sender from the Received tab. The Sent
tab saves all the Sent messages and can view if the message has been read or not by
the receiver. Message can be sent from the Sent tab.
5.4.1 Received
Received Tab’s settings and contents are explained below:
Table 5-4. Received settings and contents
Title
Description
Title
Title of the Received message.
Click the title to see the full message. Message will be displayed
underneath the title.
Description
Displays full message.
Delete
Check the messages to delete and click the 'Delete' button.
The deleted message cannot be recovered.
Reply
Click to reply to the message.
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Figure 5-9. Received Messages
Click the title of message to view the full message. You can delete the unnecessary
messages, and/or reply to the corresponding sender.
1. Click the ‘Reply’ button to reply to the sender.
Pop-up window will open.
1
2. Enter the title and message, then click ‘Send’.
When replying, contents below should be filled.
2
1) Title
2) Contents
5.4.2 Sent
Sent Tab settings and contents are explained below.
Table 5-5. Sent Settings and Contents
Title
Title
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Description
Title of the Sent message.
Click to message title to view the sent message's full contents.
Table 5-5. Sent Settings and Contents
Title
Description
Description
Displays the Sent message contents.
Delete
Check the messages to delete and click the 'Delete' button.
The deleted message cannot be recovered.
Figure 5-10. Sent Messages
When the message is first sent, the message status will be displayed as 'Unread'.
After the message is received and read by the receiver, the status will change to
'Read'.
To send message, click the 'New' button.
1. To send message, click the ‘New’ button.
Pop-up window will be displayed.
1
2. Click the '+' button to add receiver.
2
3. Enter the message and click the 'Send' button
to send the message.
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6
Counseling
User convenience and systematic management.
By using the calendar provided by the LMS, the instructor can add counseling
sessions, accept or reject requested counseling, and send counseling result.
Figure 6-1. Counseling Calendar
Counseling configurations are explained below.
Table 6-1. Counseling Configurations
Title
Description
Date
Click the date on the calendar to create counseling session. When clicked,
the pop-up window will appear and the instructor can set the time(s) for
that date.
Pending (Mouse Over)
To view student(s) requested for counseling, move the mouse cursor over
the desired Pending date.
Pending (Clicked)
When the pending date is clicked, the instructor can view student(s)
requested for counseling, and can select student to counsel. If more than
one student requested for the same counseling session, the student(s) not
selected will automatically be rejected.
Approved (Mouse Over)
To view student approved to counsel, move the mouse cursor over the
desired Approved date.
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Table 6-1. Counseling Configuration
Title
Description
Approved (Clicked)
Click Approved date to enter the counseling result.
Complete (Mouse Over)
To view the counseling result, move the mouse cursor to the Complete
date.
Figure 6-2. Counseling Calendar : Counseling Requests
Below explains counseling progress.
Add Counseling Sessions
Request Counseling Session
Instructor
Accept
Reject
Student
Counseling
Performed
Not-Performed
Figure 6-3. Counseling Progress
To perform a counseling session by using the calendar provided from LMS, the
instructor has to first create available counseling sessions.
The instructor can add single and/or multiple sessions on the same day.
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1. Click the date to create counseling session.
The pop-up window containing the available
time frames will be displayed..
1
2
2. Click the time frame(s) to create counseling
session(s).
※ Only 3 counseling sessions will be displayed
on the calendar. If there are more than 3
sessions, the users can click the 'More' button
to view the rest sessions.
Once the instructor creates counseling sessions, then the students can view the
available dates and hours and can request counseling on the given time.
The instructor then, can view the requested counseling sessions and either accept or
reject the students’ counselling requests.
1. Move the mouse cursor over the desired
Pending date to view student(s) requested for
counseling.
1
2. Click the Pending date to approve student for
counseling.
2
※ Only 1 student can be accepted, and the rest
student(s) requested will automatically be
rejected, .
Once the counseling session is approved, the instructor will hold counseling session
with the student on the scheduled date and time. After the counseling is finished,
the counseling result will be uploaded.
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1
1. Once the counseling session is over, the
instructor can upload counseling result by
clicking the corresponding session in the
calendar.
2. The instructor needs to enter below
information.
2
1) Overall status
2) Additional Comments
The counseling calendar provides the counseling status with text and different colors,
allowing the users to view the counseling progress very easily.
Once the counseling session is performed, the status will display 'O', and the status
will display 'X' when not performed. When the progress is complete, 'Complete' will
be displayed.
Also once the counseling session is complete, the counseling result will be available
in pop-up window when the user moves the mouse cursor over.
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Chatting
Live communication between the users with the
Chatting tool.
The chatting tool is active as long as the user is logged in to the LMS. To chat, create
a chat room, or enter the existing chat room.
The Chatting tool offers users to chat 1:1 and/or with multiple users.
Figure 7-1. Chatting Window and Chat Rooms
Chatting settings and contents are explained below.
Table 7-1. Chatting Settings and Contents
Title
Description
Jazan
Click ‘Jazan’ tab to view all chat rooms available. Users can enter into the
available chat room.
Course
Click the 'Course' tab to select the course and view chat rooms to enter.
Can also create chat room. The permitted users are limited to the course
currently enrolled.
Department
Users enrolled in the same department can chat with each other. Create a
chat room, or enter the existing chat room to chat.
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7.1 Creating Chat Room
The chat rooms can be created from 1:1 chat room to course chat room and campus
chat room.
The chatting history generated in the chat room is available to be viewed until the
user leave the chat room. Once exited, all contents will be unavailable.
1. Depending on the users included in the chat
room, select either Course or Department.
1
2. Click the 'Create Chat Room' button to
proceed to next step.
2
3
3. Enter the chat room title and select users to
invite into the chat room.
4. Click the 'Create' button to create a chat
room.
7.2 Chat Room
Once the chat room is created, the chat room users will be displayed.
The users in the chat room can chat with each other by entering chats in the text
box provided on the bottom of the page.
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Figure 7-2. Chat Rooms
On the top right of the chat room is an icon for setting options. Depending on the
position, such as the chatting room leader and participants, the options will vary.
Table 7-2. Chat Room Options
Title
Description
Invite
Click to invite participant. This function is available to everyone in the chat
room.
Participants
Click to view the participants and their profile. This function is available to
everyone in the chat room.
Dismiss
Click to dismiss participant(s) from the chat room. This function is only
available to the chat room leader. Once dismissed, the participant can't reenter the chat room.
Leave
Click to leave the chat room. Once exited, all chats will be deleted and
won't be able to recover. This function is available to everyone in the chat
room.
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Grade
Review and/or approve the students’ grades of fellow
instructors.
This menu will be exposed only to instructors and deans who have authority to
review and approve other instructor’s students’ grades.
The course instructor will ask other instructors to review and approve the students’
grades once the course is done. The instructor authorized as an reviewer or
approver to review the grades can approve or reject, depending on the students’
outcome.
Figure 8-1. Grade Page
Grade components are displayed below.
Table 8-1. Grade Components
Title
Description
Course
Click the course name to proceed to the Grade page.
Learning Tool
Click each learning tool to view each student’s performance.
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The Grade page provides points the students has obtained and their learning activity
performances.
Figure 8-2. Activity Tracking
After reviewing the students' grades, the instructor can approve or reject the grade
evaluation.
If rejected, the grades will be sent back to the course instructor. The course
instructor will edit the grades and re-apply for the review/approval.
1. Click the course name to view the grades of
the students enrolled.
1
2. Approve or reject.
2
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