ReggieNet received a significant upgrade over spring break. This update improves performance, adds new features, and gives ReggieNet a more modern, mobile-friendly look. Read more about it on our What's New for Spring 2017 page.
As part of the upgrade process, it may be necessary for users to clear their web browser cache. You can usually clear your browser history by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Delete (Windows) or Command+Shift+Delete (Mac). More detailed, step-by-step instructions are available in this knowledge base article. If you do encounter further technical issues with ReggieNet, please contact the Technology Support Center at ITHelp.IllinoisState.edu email supportcenter@IllinoisState.edu, or call (309) 438-HELP.
ReggieNet is the official learning management system (LMS) at Illinois State University. The pages listed to the left provide instructors with information and resources about ReggieNet. Select one of the links to get started! CTLT also offers training through hands-on workshops and customized workshops by request throughout the year.
ReggieNet remains largely unchanged since its last major update over the winter of 2015. More importantly, the system has remained strong and stable since then. ReggieNet is ready to help you teach and to help your students learn this fall. A few reminders:
SoftChalk users need to upgrade to the latest version of SoftChalk Create (ver. 10) and repackage and reload their modules into ReggieNet. Contact your department IT support person for help getting updated software.
When you log into ReggieNet, you'll notice a new look and a few new features. You can find more information on the What's New page.
Some instructors have encountered errors when trying transfer data from old courses to new ones. Two specific issues concern the Gradebook2 and Resources tools. While we believe these issues should be resolved soon, there are steps instructors can utilize now to manually move this data.
As part of the migration to a new hosting service, ReggieNet will be upgrades to the latest version of Sakai. This means users will experience an enhanced interface and several new features. Check our the What's New in ReggieNet section for details.
Instructors can now access their course sites for the spring semester. Go to ReggieNet.IllinoisState.edu and click on the "My Active Sites" tab on the right of the screen.
As we announced last spring, three tools will be retired and no longer available starting next semester. Plan on using the replacements for these tools, which are already in service:
Workshops are available to help you transition from the Modules tool to the Lessons tool. In addition, consider: