1. Schedule an appointment with an eLearn expert
Whether you are a beginner or a more advanced user, scheduling an appointment with an eLearn expert is a great way to review your course needs in a one-on-one setting. These consultations will address specific tools and design possibilities to get your class up and running smoothly for the start of the semester. The workshop schedule is posted at the start of every semester.
2. Upload a syllabus
All faculty members are required to upload a syllabus into the syllabus content area for each eLearn course they are teaching and make it available to students. For more information, see syllabus guidelines.
3. Make your course available
By default, your eLearn course is unavailable for student access until you make your
4. View and Print the Roster
There are two quick ways to view the students enrolled in your course. You can access a class roster list directly through eLearn. Alternatively, use
5. Email the class
Need to contact your students before the start of the semester? You can easily email your entire class directly through eLearn.
6. Add a Teaching Assistant to your
As a course instructor, you can add a member to your course, including a teaching assistant. Your TAs will be able to view and add content; however, they will not have access to the Grade Center.
7. Take Advantage of Panopto Lecture Capture
Create a welcome video! We have had very positive student feedback regarding professors who have added a welcome video to their
8. New! Add your Outlook profile picture and contact information
Adding a profile picture to your Outlook account is a great way to foster student-faculty communication. Your profile picture will appear as a thumbnail next to each sent and received email.
9. Have Your Students Schedule an Appointment through the Outlook Calendar
Looking for an easier way to schedule office hours? Students can now create meeting requests through their Stonehill email. Also a great tool for scheduling advisee meetings!
10. Take Advantage of Online Instructional Videos using
Hoonuit (previously Atomic Learning)!
Are you tired of reviewing APA guidelines with your students? Do you want your class to have a working knowledge of Excel? We have a solution!