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'''Depricated version!&nbsp; Please use the new version at '''[https://sites.stanford.edu/lc-tech-resources/coursework-tutorial '''https://sites.stanford.edu/lc-tech-resources/coursework-tutorial''']<br>
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'''Note''': If you want to just try out some of CourseWork's features, feel free to explore https://coursework-demo.stanford.edu
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'''Note''': It it strongly recommended that you print these instructions or view them on a separate device or screen to make it easier to follow them.
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[ If you need help with a step, click on the '''[ Instructions ]''' link ]  
[ If you need help with a step, click on the '''[ Instructions ]''' link ]  
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== Phase 1: Student  ==
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== Phase 0: Technology at the Language Center  ==
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This section will give you an overview of why we use technology at the Stanford Language Center.
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==== '''Login''' to CourseWork (http://coursework.stanford.edu) and o'''pen the site.'''&nbsp;Click on the tab labeled ''LC-Orientation-Student''. If you can't find the tab, look in ''More Sites''.  ====
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==== '''Assignments''': Click on ''Assignments'' in the left menu  ====
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http://www.stanford.edu/dept/lc/images/CW/LCOrientationStudentAssignments.JPG
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==== Complete the assignment called ''Technology at the Language Center''.  ====
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#This assignment contains a short video and 10 questions.
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#The items are randomly drawn from a question pool, so their order will not necessarily match the order of the presentation of information in the video.
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#The assignment allows multiple submissions, but only reports the highest score. So if you are not satisfied with your score, please feel free to try again. However, you should note that, as with all assignments, '''all''' submissions are visible to instructors.
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== Phase 1: Be a Student  ==
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In order to use CourseWork effectively as an instructor, it is important to understand what it feels like to use it as a student. The following will give a bit of experience with ''Assignments'' and ''Materials'' from the student point of view.
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==== '''Login''' to CourseWork (http://coursework.stanford.edu) and '''open the site.'''&nbsp;Click on the tab labeled ''LC-Orientation-Student''. If you can't find the tab, look in ''More Sites''.  ====
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==== '''Assignment''': Click on ''Assignments'' in the left menu  ====
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http://www.stanford.edu/dept/lc/images/CW/LCOrientationStudentAssignments.JPG
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==== Complete the assignment called ''Student Orientation A1''.  ====
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#This contains a short answer item and an audio response item.
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#You will need to be able to type in the language you teach '''[ [http://www.stanford.edu/dept/lc/ats/TypingAccentedVowels.pdf Instructions] ]'''.
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#You will also need to go into the [http://thelab.stanford.edu Language Lab] in Meyer to do the audio response item '''[ [http://youtu.be/042jk1YRbOw Instructions] ]'''
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==== '''Download / Upload''':  ====
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http://www.stanford.edu/dept/lc/images/CW/LCOrientationStudentMaterials.JPG
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#Click on ''Materials'' in the left menu.
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#Find the file called ''DownloadPractice.doc'' and download it.
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#Click on ''Dropbox'' in the left menu.
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#Upload ''DownloadPractice.doc'' to your Drop Box.
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http://www.stanford.edu/dept/lc/images/CW/LCOrientationStudentDropBox.JPG
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==== '''Logout''' and notify your coordinator that you have completed this part of the tutorial.  ====
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== Phase 2: Be an Instructor  ==
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At the Language Center, the basics things we do on CourseWork are the syllabus, importing/exporting assignments, creating audio response and short answer assignments, and uploading / downloading files. The following will give experience with these basic tasks.
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==== '''Download and import individual assignments''' (On a Mac, use Firefox) '''[ [[Copying ONE Assignment from Another Site|Instructions]] ]''':  ====
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1. Go to the site called ''LC-Orientation-Resources''. &nbsp;If you don't see it in your tabs, look under ''More Sites'' or use the search box in&nbsp;''My Workspace'' &gt;&gt; ''Worksite Setup''.
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2. Click on ''Materials&nbsp;''in the left menu and find the file called ''Instructor Orientation A0''''.zip'''''and download it<span style="line-height: 1.5em;">&nbsp;to your desktop </span>'''without expanding it'''''''.''
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3. Go to the site called ''LC-Orientation-Instructor'' and click on ''Assignments'' in the left menu.
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4. To '''import''', click the ''Import'' button on the same page (under ''Create an Assignment'') and select the file you just saved to your desktop.
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http://www.stanford.edu/dept/lc/images/CW/LCOrientationInstructorAssignmentsImport.JPG
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5. In ''Working Copies'', find the assignment you imported called ''Instructor Orientation A0''.
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6. Use the dropdown menu to open ''Settings'' and then click on ''Assignment Introduction''.
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7. Change the title to something unique, like ''Instructor Orientation A0 yourSUNetID'', and then ''Save Settings and Publish''. '''[ [[Editing and Publishing an Existing Assignment|Instructions]] ]'''
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==== '''Create an Assignment''' '''[ [[Creating New Assignments|Instructions]] ]''':  ====
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1. Go to the site called ''LC-Orientation-Instructor'' and click on ''Assignments'' in the left menu.
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2. Create an assignment (from scratch) by typing an Assignment title and clicking ''Create''. Name the assignment something unique, like ''Instructor Orientation A1 yourSUNetID''. (Leave the selection on ''Create using assignment builder''. You do not need to choose an assignment type.)
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3. Add at least one audio response item and one short answer/essay item. (You can leave the delivery dates blank and you do not need to change any of the settings.)
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4. ''Save settings and Publish'' the assignment.
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==== '''Score an Assignment''' '''[ [[Scoring Basics|Instructions]] ]''':  ====
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#Go to the site called ''LC-Orientation-Instructor'' and click on ''Assignments'' in the left menu.
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#In ''Published Copies'', find the assignment called ''Student Orientation A1''.
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#Select ''Scores'' from the dropdown menu and find one student with a submission.
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#Change the score, add your comments and save.
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==== '''Upload to Materials''':  ====
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#Write a reflection on this orientation process in MSWord (1 sentence minimum). Make sure you include your name or SUNetID in the filename.
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#Go to the site called ''LC-Orientation-Instructor''.
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#Upload your reflection to the ''Reflections'' folder in ''Materials''.
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#Login to CourseWork: http://coursework.stanford.edu
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==== '''Upload to a Drop-box''':  ====
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#Notice the new parts to ''My Workspace'': ''Spotlight'', ''Instructor and Student Basics'', and ''Showcase''.
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#Click on the tab labeled ''LC-Orientation-Student''. If you can't find the tab, look in ''My Active Sites''.
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#Complete the assignment called ''Student Orientation A1''. This contains a multiple choice, fill-in-the-blanks, a short answer and an audio response.
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== Phase 2: Instructor ==
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#&nbsp;Go to the site called ''LC-Orientation-Instructor''.
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#Upload the same reflection to the dropbox of one student.
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#Login as a student to CourseWork: http://coursework.stanford.edu.
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==== '''Email''' your reflection to your coordinator. ====
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#Click on the tab labeled ''LC-Orientation-Instructor''. If you can't find the tab, look in ''My Active Sites''.
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#'''Import all assignments''': Import all assignments from ''LC-Orientation-Resources''. '''[ [[CourseWork5.AssignmentsImportAll|Instructions]] ]'''
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#'''Export and import individual assignments''': Export one assignment from ''LC-Orientation-Instructor'' to your desktop and then import it. To export, go to the assignment in ''Pending Assignments'' and choose ''Export'' from the drop-down menu. Select ''Content Packaging'' (not ''QTI v 1.2'') and save the file to your desktop. To import, click the ''Import'' button on the same page (under ''New Assignment'') and select the file you just saved to your desktop. '''[ [[CourseWork5.AssignmentsImportOne|Instructions]] ]'''
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#In ''Pending Assignments'', go to the assignment you imported called ''Student Orientation A1''.
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#'''Change settings''': Open the ''Settings'' and change the title to something unique (like ''yourSUNetID Assignment'') and then ''Save Settings and Publish''. '''[ [[CourseWork5.PublishExistingAssignment|Instructions]] ]'''
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#'''Retract and republish''': Retract ''yourSUNetID Assignment'' by going to the version in ''Published assignments'', and choose to edit the settings (which automatically retracts the assignment). Change the due date to one week later than you had set previously and republish the assignment.
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#'''Score an assignment''': In ''Published Assignments'', go to the assignment called ''Instructor Orientation A1'' and find one student without their results scored (no comments in the feedback box). Add your comments and save. '''[ [[CourseWork5.ScoringBasics|Instructions]] ]'''
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#'''Allow retake''': Go to the ''Submission Status'' screen for that student and ''Allow Retake''. '''[ [[CourseWork5.ScoringBasics|Instructions]] ]'''
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#'''Upload to Materials''': Write a reflection on this orientation process in MSWord (1 sentence minimum) and upload it to the ''Reflections'' folder in ''Materials''.
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#'''Upload to a Drop-box''': Upload the same reflection to the dropbox of one student
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#'''Post an announcement''': Copy the text of the reflection into a new announcement and post it (with no email)
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#Logout of Coursework and email your reflection to your coordinator.
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#Create an assignment that contains at least one audio response item and one short answer/essay item. Including a file upload item and a fill-in-the-blanks item is also strongly recommended. '''[ [[CourseWork5.CW5CreatingAssignments|Instructions]] ]'''
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#'''Forums''': Go to ''Forums'' and comment on a post and then post your own new topic. If possible, make an .mp3 recording of your voice and add that to the post or comment as an attachment.
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#'''Wiki''': Go to the ''Wiki'' and create your own page, adding at least one sentence (i.e. kenro was here!)
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#'''Question Pool''': Go to ''Assignments'' and create a question pool. Then create an assignment that randomly draws from that question pool.
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== Phase 4: Innovate  ==
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If you are interested in learning more, go on to [[CourseWork Tutorial - More]].
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[[Category:CourseWork]] [[Category:Assessment]]
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*Need ideas? Want to be inspired? Take a look at some of the details from the 2009 second prize winner in the Teaching with Sakai Innovation Award competition, "Germany and the World Wars, 1870-1990", by Dr. Edith Sheffer of the Stanford History Department.
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**Description: http://openedpractices.org/course/germany-and-world-wars-1870-1990
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**Interview: http://www.stanford.edu/group/coursework/cgi-bin/wordpress/?p=191
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**Presentation: http://vimeo.com/5623121
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Latest revision as of 16:34, 27 March 2014



Depricated version!  Please use the new version at https://sites.stanford.edu/lc-tech-resources/coursework-tutorial





[ short url: http://goo.gl/McofJ ]


Note: If you want to just try out some of CourseWork's features, feel free to explore https://coursework-demo.stanford.edu

Note: It it strongly recommended that you print these instructions or view them on a separate device or screen to make it easier to follow them.

[ If you need help with a step, click on the [ Instructions ] link ]

Phase 0: Technology at the Language Center

This section will give you an overview of why we use technology at the Stanford Language Center.

Login to CourseWork (http://coursework.stanford.edu) and open the site. Click on the tab labeled LC-Orientation-Student. If you can't find the tab, look in More Sites.

Assignments: Click on Assignments in the left menu

LCOrientationStudentAssignments.JPG

Complete the assignment called Technology at the Language Center.

  1. This assignment contains a short video and 10 questions.
  2. The items are randomly drawn from a question pool, so their order will not necessarily match the order of the presentation of information in the video.
  3. The assignment allows multiple submissions, but only reports the highest score. So if you are not satisfied with your score, please feel free to try again. However, you should note that, as with all assignments, all submissions are visible to instructors.

Phase 1: Be a Student

In order to use CourseWork effectively as an instructor, it is important to understand what it feels like to use it as a student. The following will give a bit of experience with Assignments and Materials from the student point of view.

Login to CourseWork (http://coursework.stanford.edu) and open the site. Click on the tab labeled LC-Orientation-Student. If you can't find the tab, look in More Sites.

Assignment: Click on Assignments in the left menu

LCOrientationStudentAssignments.JPG

Complete the assignment called Student Orientation A1.

  1. This contains a short answer item and an audio response item.
  2. You will need to be able to type in the language you teach [ Instructions ].
  3. You will also need to go into the Language Lab in Meyer to do the audio response item [ Instructions ]

Download / Upload:

LCOrientationStudentMaterials.JPG

  1. Click on Materials in the left menu.
  2. Find the file called DownloadPractice.doc and download it.
  3. Click on Dropbox in the left menu.
  4. Upload DownloadPractice.doc to your Drop Box.

LCOrientationStudentDropBox.JPG

Logout and notify your coordinator that you have completed this part of the tutorial.

Phase 2: Be an Instructor

At the Language Center, the basics things we do on CourseWork are the syllabus, importing/exporting assignments, creating audio response and short answer assignments, and uploading / downloading files. The following will give experience with these basic tasks.

Download and import individual assignments (On a Mac, use Firefox) [ Instructions ]:

1. Go to the site called LC-Orientation-Resources.  If you don't see it in your tabs, look under More Sites or use the search box in My Workspace >> Worksite Setup.

2. Click on Materials in the left menu and find the file called Instructor Orientation A0'.zipand download it to your desktop without expanding it''.

LCOrientationResourcesMaterials.JPG

3. Go to the site called LC-Orientation-Instructor and click on Assignments in the left menu.

4. To import, click the Import button on the same page (under Create an Assignment) and select the file you just saved to your desktop.

LCOrientationInstructorAssignmentsImport.JPG

5. In Working Copies, find the assignment you imported called Instructor Orientation A0.

6. Use the dropdown menu to open Settings and then click on Assignment Introduction.

LCOrientationInstructorAssignmentsIntro.JPG

7. Change the title to something unique, like Instructor Orientation A0 yourSUNetID, and then Save Settings and Publish. [ Instructions ]

Create an Assignment [ Instructions ]:

1. Go to the site called LC-Orientation-Instructor and click on Assignments in the left menu.

2. Create an assignment (from scratch) by typing an Assignment title and clicking Create. Name the assignment something unique, like Instructor Orientation A1 yourSUNetID. (Leave the selection on Create using assignment builder. You do not need to choose an assignment type.)

LCOrientationInstructorAssignmentsCreate.JPG

3. Add at least one audio response item and one short answer/essay item. (You can leave the delivery dates blank and you do not need to change any of the settings.)

4. Save settings and Publish the assignment.

Score an Assignment [ Instructions ]:

  1. Go to the site called LC-Orientation-Instructor and click on Assignments in the left menu.
  2. In Published Copies, find the assignment called Student Orientation A1.
  3. Select Scores from the dropdown menu and find one student with a submission.
  4. Change the score, add your comments and save.

LCOrientationInstructorAssignmentsScores.JPG

Upload to Materials:

  1. Write a reflection on this orientation process in MSWord (1 sentence minimum). Make sure you include your name or SUNetID in the filename.
  2. Go to the site called LC-Orientation-Instructor.
  3. Upload your reflection to the Reflections folder in Materials.

Upload to a Drop-box:

  1.  Go to the site called LC-Orientation-Instructor.
  2. Upload the same reflection to the dropbox of one student.

Email your reflection to your coordinator.



If you are interested in learning more, go on to CourseWork Tutorial - More.

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