In Oncourse, how can I request a site?

Important:
Oncourse will be retired and placed in read-only mode on August 31, 2016. No fall 2016 courses will be taught in Oncourse; find your courses in Canvas. For details about the retirement timeline, transitioning Oncourse activities to Canvas and other platforms, and preserving your Oncourse content, see About the Oncourse retirement.

Instructors and staff

At Indiana University, course sites are automatically generated for all official classes listed by the registrar. In addition, instructors and staff members can request any of the following:

  • Practice course sites: Allow instructors to experiment with course tools, development, and organization.
  • Project sites: Allow you to use the collaboration tools available in Oncourse for projects, research, and committees.
  • IUSM practice course sites: Allow instructors to experiment with tools, development, and organization specific to IU School of Medicine courses.

To request a practice course site, IUSM practice course site, or project site, submit the request form. Oncourse administrators will notify you by email once your site is ready. When you log into Oncourse, you should see your requested site listed in the tabs across the top of the screen or in the More Sites drawer. For information about managing your site's settings and membership, see Site Setup.

Students

Students are eligible to set up project sites only. To request a project site, a student must have a faculty or staff sponsor fill out and submit the request form above (i.e., students cannot submit request forms themselves).

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