Importing the Start Here module into your MUOnline course

Importing the Start Here module into your MUOnline course powered by Blackboard, current version Vista 8.0.1 1. Log into MUOnline and open the desired template or section. 2. Under the Build tab, Designer Tools, click Manage Course 3. Click Import 4. In the new window, … Continued

Start Here Module for MUOnline (version 8.0.1)

Start Here Module for MUOnline (version 8.0.1) To import the Start Here module into your MUOnline Course Log into your desired section Click on the Build tab Under Designer Tools, click Manage Course Click Import Next window, click on Repository Click Marshall University Select Start file by clicking the … Continued

Marshall University defines plagiarism as a form of academic dishonesty. Plagiarism and its consequences is defined in theMarshall University Student Handbook. Turnitin is a plagiarism detection service as well as an online resource for faculty and students. Turnitin scans submitted … Continued

Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education

Arthur Chickering and Zelda Gamson, “Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education,” (American Association of Higher Education, 1987) has become a classic resource in the development of effective online courses. These seven principles, updated over time, are based on … Continued

Basic Development Standards

Here are 8 standards for good practice in course design for online instruction. We recommend that you check your own course against these standards. #1 – COMMON HOME PAGE Instructional Designers at Marshall University Online strive to design pages for … Continued

Copyright Basics

All course materials online are protected under the Copyright Laws of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) governing the making of photocopies of copyrighted material. Under the terms of the TEACH Act, 2002, (Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization) faculty can be named in … Continued

LockDown Browser by Respondus

LockDown Browser is a secured browser for online testing in MUOnline. Instructors can choose to use LockDown Browser for certain or all assessments in their courses. LockDown Browser requires a one-time download of the software package to your local computer. For … Continued

Footer for MUOnline Courses

Each e-course includes a footer to important MU resources. The first link is to the department or college web site where the course resides. Instructions for adjusting the first link in the footer are available. For instructions on how to … Continued

Sample Syllabus

There are several items requested to be included in an online course syllabus. This items include: Course title Department and College Instructor name Telephone number Email address Office location How students should communicate with instructor (MUOnline Mail or MU Email) … Continued

Log On With Us…And Teach!

As you teach online, we’ll be available to answer your questions, explain policies and procedures, and address your concerns as they may arise. We’ll help you navigate through the academic/development/technical issues and, when necessary, refer you to our very capable … Continued

E-Courses, Templates, and Sections

Using MUOnLine, you will create a template for the online class you will ultimately teach. You can add interactive tools and course content to the template—pretty much anything EXCEPT student data. Student data is added later to the section you actually … Continued