Course Hub sites for the latest version of the Spring 2016 academic course catalog are available online. When you login to the Course Hub at http://courses.miis.edu look for “Spring 2016” courses in your “My Semester Dashboard” menu to the left.
Here are the top tasks you can perform in Course Hub as you begin to prepare for the Spring term:
1. Check your Course Roster
Review a dynamic course roster with student names and headshots
Video: How To View Class Roster
2. Upload your Syllabus
Provide students with your course syllabus before the first day of class
Video: How to Add Course Syllabus to Course Hub
3. Link your Course to a New Moodle Site
Set up a new (empty of content) Moodle site for the Spring term. You need to do this step even if you are planning to import content from a previous term
Video: How to Add a Moodle Resource in Course Hub.
4. Link Your Course Hub to Library E-Reserves
Simplify student access to your course Library E-Reserves
Video: How to add a Link to Library E-Reserves
5. Import & Re-purpose your Moodle Course Content from a Previous Term
Import or “rollover” Moodle course content from a previous term into a new Moodle resource for the current term. Complete task #3 above before your import.
6. Join Multiple Sections of a Course to a Single Moodle Resource
Faculty teaching multiple sections of a course can join students in these sections to a single Moodle site to help streamline management of content, communications, and activities
Web: Step-by-Step Instructions to Link Multiple Sections
7. Make your Moodle Site Visible to Students
By default, when a new Moodle resource is added to your Course Hub, the site is set to “not available to students“.
Web: Step-by-Step instructions to Update Moodle Resource Visibility
Additional Assistance for Importing Moodle Course Content From Previous Terms –AKA “Rollover”
Returning faculty who teach with MIIS iLearn (Moodle) should be more or less familiar with the Moodle Course “rollover” process of importing archived course content from previous terms into a new Moodle site. To request additional assistance with your course archive import, use the Moodle Archive Import Request Form. Expect a 3-4 day turn around on these requests.
You may also direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Help Desk at (831) 647-6656.