Addressing some of your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), here are some How-to guides that take you step-by-step through tasks within the various online tools you use everyday – Google Apps for Education, Moodle, Online Evaluations and Adobe Connect for Web Conferencing.
Google Apps for Education @ MICA
This short guide walks you through the Google Drive sharing interface and what different things may be accomplished with Drive.
Google Drive has an option akin to Dropbox, where you designate folder(s) on your
personal computer that are connected to an online version of that folder on Google
Drive. Syncing these folders will automatically reflect changes in both locations made online or on your computer.
Syllabi are most likely to be the first thing uploaded to your Moodle course. Follow this short step-by-step guide to successfully upload any files that you might want to have online for students via Moodle.
To grant your GTI access to things on your Moodle course page, they have
to be specifically assigned as GTI. This guide shows how to do that.
If you find yourself teaching the same or a similar class every semester and wish to
transfer course material from semester to semester, this tutorial will help you do just that.
Sometimes it is easier to email your students directly from your Moodle page without
switching to another browser window or email application. To have this function available to you, follow this quick how-to.
Online Evaluations with EvaluationKit @ MICA
Want to know what your student think about your course? This step-by-
step guide shows you how to add custom questions to the course survey.
This tutorial will guide you on how to obtain the results for end-of-semester evaluations.
This tutorial will guide you on how to access results as a departmental admin for end-of-semester evaluations.
Adobe Connect for Web Conferencing @ MICA
Adobe Connect is a really great tool for web-conference calls with your students when
you are not physically in the classroom or have a guest lecturer/presenter call in from
off-campus. These are some best practices to keep in mind when working in
If you run into problems with sound while running Adobe Connect, this guide will help you troubleshoot your web-conference.
* Don’t forget to contact us for any help with these or other teaching technologies at MICA.