Assignments tool allows you to submit your assignments digitally, eliminate the need to mail, fax or email assignments.
The submitted assignments can be also checked for plagiarism.
Delete an Assignment Submission
Provide feedback to peers' projects or assess a TA's performance anonymously..
Quizzes tool allows you to take quizzes online and review the results instantly.
Respondus LockDown Browser is a browser that locks down the online quiz environment within eLearn, preventing digital cheating during online tests. It enhances the proctoring system and minimizes the submission failure rate of online quizzes. This tool is compatible with both Windows and Mac machines.
Take a Quiz using Lockdown Browser
Use Lockdown Browser (Download, Install, Start and Taking an Exam)
Quick Start Guide for Student on Beginning a Quiz
Click here for more information on LockDown Browser.
Installation Guide Installer
My Results allows you to view your component grades once faculty have released them.
Gradescope is an online assessment tool that allows you to upload paper-based assignments that include programming codings, drawings and calculations for grading and feedback.
Students can now use Draft Coach to correct any unintentional plagiarism, citations, and grammar issues in their assignments.
With the help of the Similarity Reports, students can revise their writings to reduce the tendency towards plagiarism.
Get Started with TurnItIn Draft Coach in Microsoft Word on the Web
Get Started with TurnItIn Draft Coach in Google Docs
Our vendor Desire2learn follows web accessibility standards closely and works with interested clients to test the usability of the products for people with disabilities. Many features in eLearn can be adjusted to improve access for individuals with disabilities.
Accessibility features for low-vision users
Accessibility features for screen readers
Navigate the Brightspace Learning Environment
Navigate the HTML editor with a keyboard
Use magnifier and zoom functionality
Brightspace Pulse is a mobile app that can help learners stay connected and on track with their courses in eLearn. It provides one easy view of course calendars, readings, assignments, evaluations, grades, and announcement items.
The schedule view and weekly visualization enable learners to quickly at a glance view what is due today, this week, and upcoming across all their courses.
Log in and out of Brightspace Pulse
View courses and course content in Brightspace Pulse
Troubleshooting Brightspace Pulse
View notifications in Brightspace Pulse
Manage your course workload with Brightspace Pulse
Read and reply to discussion threads to Brightspace Pulse
My Attendance tool allows you or your instructor/TA to mark your attendance online.
Groups tool provides a collaborative space for group members to share files in a Group Locker, have Group Discussion, or conveniently email group members.
View or download course materials such as syllabus, lecture slides, reading notes, etc.
Navigate course content in the classic Content experience
Download all contents in a course
Find Free Time Slots tool allows you to identify common time slots to meet based on your class and exam schedules. It improves the efficiency of arranging one-on-one consulting, as well as group discussion, project meeting, assignment review, etc.
Discussions tool is a course-related collaboration area where you can participate in discussion forums with peers and instructors, and conduct group discussions for assignments/projects.
Journal tool encourages self-reflection on topics learnt and allows you to keep track of your learning points.
Introducing two new mind mapping tools (Coggle and Bubbl.us) that can assist you to visually organise your ideas and capture your thoughts quickly. These tools make note-taking, collaboration, and presentations so much easier and more efficient.
If you are interested to be one of our pilot users, please write to the eLearn team @ firstname.lastname@example.org. As there are only limited licenses available, they will be issued on a first-come-first-served basis.
Zoom is another cloud-based video/web conferencing solution you can use to virtually meet with your instructor and peers. It is used for lessons or discussions that require unique features such as virtual background, the view of many participants' videos, breakout rooms, polling and etc, which your instructors have the choice to choose and determine which web conferencing solution they want to use with you, either Webex or Zoom.
Zoom: Testing Your Microphone or Speakers Settings Before an Actual Zoom meeting
Zoom: Downloading Zoom Client Manually
Zoom: Troubleshooting for Zoom
Google Calendar is a free time management web application from Google. Users can use it to plan and share their events/activities.
Google Drive is a file storage and synchronization service offered by Google. You can collaborate on projects and share files with peers using Google Drive.
ePortfolio is a powerful, user-centered application for storing, organizing, and exhibiting items that represent your achievements, knowledge, and personal learning journey. ePortfolio also lets you share them with advisors, employers, and peers.
Add items to a collection using a tag list
Export a presentation in HTML format
This tool allows students to:
MediaWiki can be used for the exchange of ideas, knowledge distribution, and knowledge creation. You can contribute content together with your instructor.
Note: Users will need to know or learn mark-up language to format the content in a wiki.
Wooclap is a Classroom Response System (CRS) that allows students actively participate in lectures, giving them the equal opportunities to give opinions and respond to questions (in the form of multiple choice, open ended, or scales) that the instructor has prepared in advance. This tools actively engages students and allows instructors to check on how students about a subject. You may use this to incorporate into your class presentations to make it more interactive and engaging for your audiences and wow your instructors.
Your instructors may use Kaltura to share the lesson videos or presentations with you asynchronously.
Annoto is an in-video collaboration and engagement solution that turns the video content consumption from passive individual watching to active, social, and collaborative experience. Annoto integrates with Kaltura as a plugin on top of the existing video player. It provides innovative UX for threaded discussions and call to action interactions during the video, increasing user engagement and collaboration.How to:
General Introduction Annoto Video
Annoto Widget Walkthrough
Annoto User Guide (Full Version, PDF)
Annoto User Guide (Full Version, Web))
After doing your evaluation in PET, click on the "Save" button to make sure that all your evaluations are stored within the system. You can go back to the same evaluation to confirm that your evaluation responses are saved properly.
Enrollment changes may take up to 24 hours to reflect, do contact eLearn @ email@example.com if it is still not reflected in eLearn after 24 hours of enrollment/unenrollment.
You can access your enrolled courses in eLearn from TWO (2) weeks before term start to FIVE (5) weeks after the term has ended.
Step 1: Load eLearn.
You can download your data by following the instructions in this link https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/3024190?hl=en.
Each student will be allocated 10GB of storage space on the corporate Google Drive. If you go over your storage limit, you won't lose anything. However, you won’t be able to store new files in Google Drive or store new photos or videos in Google Photos.
This is because your instructor is probably teaching more than one class (section).
Individual section is the class you are enrolled in, in this example, your own class section is G24.
Combined section can be accessed by all the students across different classes that are taught by the same instructor, which in this example G23, G24 and G25.
Merged section can be accessed by ALL the students who are taking the same module that are taught by different instructors.