Frequently Asked Questions
- Are there other online assessment tools that I can use besides exams?
- Are you thinking about developing an online course?
- Can I develop a course without committing myself to teaching it?
- Can I put material owned by someone else in my course?
- Can I see an example of an online course?
- How can my students use the Marshall University Library?
- How do I exchange assignments with my students?
- How do I know that someone else is not doing the work of the student officially enrolled in my course?
- How do I manage online communication with my students?
- How much experience with computers and online teaching do I need before I teach an online course?
- I am not ready to develop an online course but would like to try out MUOnLine as a supplement to my classroom course. How can I do this?
- If I want to talk to someone about online instruction, who should I contact?
- Once I have developed a 100% online or 80% online technology enhanced course, who owns the course and its content?
- What is MUOnLine?
- What specific benefits are there for faculty who teach online?
- What support for online teaching is available at Marshall?
- What support resources are available to students in my classes?
- Footer for MUOnline Courses
- Basic Development Standards
- Copyright Basics
- E-Courses, Templates, and Sections
- Faculty Development Committee for Online and Multimedia Instruction (FDCOMI)
- Importing the Start Here module into your MUOnline course
- LockDown Browser by Respondus
- Log On With Us…And Teach!
- Sample Syllabus
- Semester Transitions for Your Online Course
- Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education
- Start Here Module for MUOnline (version 8.0.1)
- What is the process for proposing and developing a new online course?
- What to do with courses, templates, and sections Before the Semester Starts