All you need to know about ReggieNet to get your semester off to a good start.
Once you have logged in, you can find all of your course sites by clicking the Sites button in the Favorites area at the top of the page. If you do not see your course, talk to your department to ensure you have been added as the instructor for that course in Campus Solutions.
Instructors who teach multiple sections of the same course sometimes find it helpful to have their ReggieNet course sites combined into one. Instructors can make their own course combination requests through the Student Information System. See the course combination page for an overview of the process and how to make your request.
You can copy content for all tools or selected tools from the previous semester. To copy,
Please note: If you are importing from a site which used the older Gradebook2, you must go into that site and turn on the new Gradebook tool in order for your grade book structure to transfer properly (Site Info > Manage Tools).
Once the content is copied, you may need to edit or publish activities such as Tests & Quizzes, Assignments, etc., as most of them are copied as a draft mode. If the Gradebook is imported, all items will be set as not included in grade, and not released to students. Each item must be edited to adjust these options. There are several aspects of the process that should be taken into consideration when importing from another site. Please see Importing Materials from Other ReggieNet Sites for more information.
Your ReggieNet course site is not available to students until you publish it. When you’re ready to have students access your course site, use the big button at the top center of the page (if you don't see the button, your course has already been published).
While students may be familiar with ReggieNet, they won’t necessarily know how you plan to use ReggieNet for your particular course. We strongly recommend providing an overview of your ReggieNet course site. This can be accomplished by doing a walk-through during your first face-to-face meeting, or through a video tour (or both).
We have a number of videos for students to accomplish some basic tasks within ReggieNet.
We have some suggested guidelines for online assessments using the Tests & Quizzes tool within ReggieNet. We recommend reviewing them both for your own use and to remind students about what they should and should not do while completing online assessments.