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MyOMLab: Improvements For Fall–Part 2

July 17, 2017

Here are five more upgrades we have made to MyOMLab for Fall 2017. Click for details

My Course Portal Updates Instructor access to information about courses in the My Courses Portal has been improved! Updates include a refreshed forgotten username/password screen and visible listing of third-party LMS partners. Instructors will also now have the ability to create categories for improved organization and a shortcut for easier access to member sections of coordinator courses via the new pin/unpin functionality.

Shortcuts to Nested Courses Instructors will now have the ability to create a shortcut for easier access to member sections of coordinator courses on the My Courses Portal home page via the new pin/unpin functionality. This functionality is available in both the tile and list view.

Assignment Manager Updates The Assignment Manager is now easier to navigate. The ability to filter assignments by type and “Set Prerequisites” have been nested within drop down menus, and “Individual Student Settings” has been moved to the menu bar.

Gradebook Updates Updates to the options available when managing roster, managing incompletes, and the ability to show/hide class metrics allow instructors to easily access and navigate to the student performance data that’s important to them.

Improved Accuracy of Time-Spent Values Homework assignment inactivity alerts have been reduced from 60-minutes to 30-minutes. If the user does not respond to the alert within 5 minutes, the assignment will be saved and closed. In addition, a 30-minute alert has been added to media assignments. Inactivity alerts will reduce large time-spent values and increase the ability for instructors to track time-spent more accurately.

More to come!

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