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Learn@UWSuperior Newsletters

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Learn@UWSuperior Newsletters

Each semester we create a newsletter with best practices, articles, and tool spotlights.

Spring 2010, Issue 1:

  • Classlist Emailing Everyone; Best Internet Browsers; Extending Student Access; Preparing for Summer and Fall Courses; Spotlight: Dropbox.

Fall 2010, Issue 2:

  • Using PP Handouts in Content; Posting the First Discussions Message; Adding a Student Assistant; Coming Soon: Manage Dates, Competencies, and Rubrics; Summer 2010 Upgrade; Spotlight: Content.

Spring 2011, Issue 3:

  • Combining Courses; Get Help Quicker; Date and Time Restrictions; Training Opportunities; Specialty Roles in Learn@UWSuperior; Spotlight: Discussions.

Fall 2011, Issue 4:

  • Creating a Mid-term Grade; Accepting Late Assignments in the Dropbox; Coming Soon: the Version 9.4 Upgrade; Spotlight: Online Rooms.

Spring 2012, Issue 5:

  • Finding Courses When You've Taught Over 100+ Courses; Preparing for the Learn@ UWSuperior Upgrade; Coming Soon: Navigation Minibar, New Navigation Bars, and Homepage Changes; V10 Tool Streamlining; V10 Discussions and Dropbox Feedback Additions; Spotlight: Grades.

Fall 2012, Issue 6:

  • Letting Us Know if There is a Problem; Preparing for the Upcoming Semester; Evaluating the New Design, Layout, and Navigation Bar; No Winter/Spring 2013 Upgrade; ePortfolio Pilot Continues; New Binder App for Students; and Tool Spotlight: Rubrics.

Spring 2013 - No Newsletter:

  • No Winter or Summer upgrades so no major changes to report.

Fall 2013, Issue 7:

  • Adding Multimedia to Your Course and Preparing for the Learn@UWSuperior Version 10.1 Upgrade; Coming Soon to Learn@UWSuperior: the V10.1 Minor Tool Changes; The Content Tool Redesign; New Tool Introduced - ClassProgress; and Tool Spotlight: The New Content Area.

Spring 2014, Issue 8:

  • Preparing for the Learn@UWSuperior Version 10.3 Upgrade; Coming Soon to Learn@UWSuperior: The V10.3 Minor Tool Changes; The Discussions Tool Redesign; The Quizzes Tool Redesign; and Tool Spotlight: The Broken Links Tool.

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