Training and support for Oncourse
Oncourse, IU's legacy online collaboration and learning environment, powered by the Sakai community, has been supporting teaching and learning, committees, projects, research, and portfolios for Indiana University's community of students, faculty, and staff since 2005. With the upcoming retirement of Oncourse, all instructors are encouraged to migrate their course content to Canvas and start using Canvas for teaching and learning-related activities. Recommendations for project site owners will be issued later this year.
- Oncourse Podcast: Basic Overview for Students - Watch this podcast to see the ways you'll work in your courses.
- Oncourse Quick Start: For Students (PDF) - Learn to use Oncourse for your course work.
- Oncourse Quick Start: For Instructors (PDF) - Learn to support your courses.
- The least you need to know (PDF) - Get simple, basic step-by-step instructions.
- In-depth materials (PDF) - Get more guidance for common teaching tasks and tools.
- Oncourse feature demonstrations - Watch these 2-4 minute videos for students and instructors.
From a person
- Your campus teaching and learning center - Instructors, get support as you integrate Oncourse into your teaching.
- 24 x 7, your campus support center - Get application help by email, phone, or walking in.
More useful information
- Oncourse Tool Accessibility Breakdown - View information about accessibility options.
- Oncourse tips - Make Oncourse work more effectively for you.
- Top ten ways students wish instructors used Oncourse - Check out this list of suggestions and tips.
- Request a site - Request practice course, project, or portfolio sites; official course sites are auto-generated.
- Known issues - See a summary of known issues in Oncourse
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Last modified on 2015-08-14.
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