Faculty

GoucherLearn is effective for managing the courses you teach when you understand how to properly navigate the system.  Because GoucherLearn is being upgraded this summer, the CTLT has designed a brand new set of guides and videos to acquaint faculty members with the new version, GoucherLearn 2.6.

Introductory Playlist

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 New Goucher Learn Features 

2.6 Video

Topics

Navigation  | Adding Content | Users | Activities | Grading |
Communication & Notifications | Copying | Saving | Settings | 

Navigation

Navigation

Docking

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Adding Content

Editing your course

Uploading files

Uploading files from Dropbox or OneDrive

Adding or deleting topics

Editing topics

Uploading a file folder or a course backup

Blocks and panels

Uploading pictures

Panopto recording

Adding a Twitter Feed

Adding/Using a Library Database Permalink

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Users

Creating groups

Using groups for a forum

Adding Users to a Course

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Activities

Adding a quiz

Adding an assignment submission

Adding feedback to assignments

Using groups for a forum

Forums

Advanced forums vs. forums

Add a blog, wiki, or journal

Adding a Podcast & Basic Recording

Synchronous Online Meetings

Adding Atomic Learning activities

Attendance

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Grading

Setting Up The Gradebook

Adding feedback to assignments

Entering grades (including LERs)

Exporting grades

Importing grades

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Communications & Notifications

Email (using the News Forum & QuickMail)

Notifications & alerts

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Copying

Duplicating individual activities

Copying course material

Master courses

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Saving

Backing up, saving, and restoring old courses

Saving a copy of the Gradebook

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Settings

Changing course settings

Course availability

Course format

Folder view

Adding and deleting topics

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