We provide a number of tools, guides and services to help with class administration. From setting up your seating chart to adding content to your bSpace course website, we work to support you through the process.
Before course registration, students have access to a directory of courses known as the Schedule of Classes. This directory not only helps them to choose courses for the upcoming semester, but it also allows faculty to post a public version of their syllabus and first assignment. Posting your syllabus and first assignment on your Schedule of Classes page allows students to prepare for the first day of class by reading over the syllabus and even completing the first assignment. You can also post reading materials needed for your course on your Schedule of Classes page and check your class enrollment. Visit Schedule of Classes
bSpace course websites provide a number of adminstrative tools, including a class email list, a chat tool and a password protected resources folder for posting reading materials and weblinks. As a service, Information Systems and Technology automatically create bSpace courses for faculty. If you would like to import materials from a past course or import an entire past course please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like training on bSpace or a course website consultation please contact John-Mark Ikeda at email@example.com.
The Classroom Seating Chart Tool allows faculty and students to set up a seating chart at the beginning of the semester. Once your seating chart is filled out, you can keep track of student responses and even learn about your students by viewing their profiles and taking a face quiz. To learn how to use the seating chart tool contact John-Mark Ikeda at firstname.lastname@example.org . Visit Classroom Seating Chart Tool
Office hours are a fantastic resources to students, but often can conflict with the schedule of some students and in certain circumstances must be canceled if faculty are out of town. Using chat tools and video conferencing tools can allow faculty and students to be more flexible on the time and location of their meetings.
For more information on how to keep remote office hours contact John-Mark Ikeda at, email@example.com.
Tools to Research:
The following tools provide ways to chat, message and video chat with students.
bSpace Chat tool
During the semester you are required to confirm the type of exam that you will give out to students. Options may include a final exam or final paper.