Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology
Illinois State University
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Instructor Support

Phone, e-mail and in-person assistance

CTLT and Kate Plantholt from CAST will provide faculty support for ReggieNet by e-mail, phone, and in person.

Primary faculty support contact:

Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology
301 S. Main, Normal, IL
Phone: (309) 438-2542

Spring Workshops

Gradebook Clinic (1 hour)

Get a brief review of the ReggieNet Gradebook in this one hour workshop. Hands-on lab time will follow the review, so you can set up your grade book for the semester.

Intro to ReggieNet – Part 1 (3 hours)

Get a walkthrough of the ReggieNet interface and the basics of organizing your particular courses. Learn how to organize and display student grades in Gradebook. Communicate with students through Announcements, Course Mail, and Email Tool. Add content to your course site using Syllabus, and Resources and Materials. Note:We strongly encourage you to also attend Introduction to ReggieNet - Part 2, which covers other important tools.

Intro to ReggieNet – Part 2 (3 hours)

Learn to create a variety of learning activities using built-in tools such as Discussions, Tests and Quizzes, Assignments. Discussion forums can promote student interaction with each other and course material. The Assignment tool permits online submission and grading of student work. Finally, you will learn to use Tests and Quizzes for various types of testing. Prerequisite:Introduction to ReggieNet - Part 1

ReggieNet - Assessment (3 hours)

This workshop takes a more in-depth exploration of the Assessment tools available in ReggieNet, including Tests & Quizzes, Assignments, and File Drop. Learn the options available for different types of assessment, the limitations of the assessment tools, and instructional strategies for promoting academic integrity. Prerequisite: Introduction to ReggieNet

ReggieNet - Content and Organization (3 hours)

Discover how to organize your course content using the Resources and Materials, Modules, Web Content and Calendar tools. You will also learn the benefits and limitation of organizing the materials in each particular option. Additionally, we will discuss multimedia content integration. Prerequisite: Introduction to ReggieNet

ReggieNet - Communication (3 hours)

Learn how to use various communication tools in ReggieNet, including Discussions, Discussion Forums, Chat Rooms, Course Mail, and Email Tool. Get a demonstration of how the communication tools provided with ReggieNet can be used to encourage online interaction and offer suggestions for appropriate tool choices in specific instructional situations. Prerequisite: Introduction to ReggieNet

ReggieNet - Making Course Materials Accessible

Learn how to ensure that your course materials hosted on ReggieNet are equally accessible to all of your students, including those with disabilities. Prerequisite: Introduction to ReggieNet

ReggieNet - Making Your Rubrics Work

Rubrics are important ways in which teachers link the assessment of students’ academic performance with learning objectives. This course explores how instructors can create rubrics integrated with ReggieNet’s online environment. Prerequisite: Introduction to ReggieNet

To register, simply click on the date and time you’d like to attend. You will be taken directly to the registration page within (you may be asked for your ULID and Password if you are not already logged into the system). If you need assistance with this process, please contact CTLT at 438-2542.

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