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This article highlights how a student can access their teaching evaluations using the evaluation link within myCourses, and mobile device instructions.
This article describes the course creation and student enrollment schedule for myCourses.
This article describes some best practices when using Box with myCourses. Files stored in Box do not count against the myCourses file storage limit/quota of 500MB. Box is also a handy way to post documents that may be updated frequently as the revisions do not to be reloaded to myCourses (as they would need to be if loaded directly to myCourses.)
This article describes how to embed a video or audio file into a MyCourses course.
This article describes how to create a video/audio assignment within myCourses.
This article describes how to change your primary email from the default to another email address or text (SMS) address within myCourses.
This article describes the process of enabling notifications on myCourses.
In myCourses instructors are able to combine multiple course sections to deliver all course content using a single course.  This is called 'Cross-Listing' and the steps below walk you through how to do this.
This article is a list of frequently asked questions about using myCourses email and issues that could occur. Also provided is a link to the article about how to use the notification settings for myCourses.
This article will explain the process for requesting access to course content from a user that is no longer employed by the university.
This article describes the default course menu settings and how to manage the course menu in a myCourses course.
This article describes the basic steps for building a course using the myCourses Learning Management System (LMS). The links below are listed in the order you should review. If you would like to attend a training or walk-in session see the links at the bottom of the article for the schedule.
This article describes how to add a person and assign a role in a myCourses course. These instructions apply to adding any person and role to your course, just make sure you select the appropriate role (Faculty, Student, Observer, TA, Designer, etc)
Teaching strategies and technology tools available to use during an academic disruption.