GETTING STARTED WITH  CAROLINA UNIVERSITY OFTHEOLOGY ECAMPUS/ENGRADE      ONLINE COURSES.        Answers to Frequently Ask...
WELCOME TO CLASS                             Welcome to class -- and thanks for signing up for  this online course. For ma...
Question:New Employee Orientation       Is an online class at CUT ECampus        the same as a self-paced class?  • Most o...
Question:        How much time do I have to spend                      online?        Answer: That is up to you• But you s...
Question:       Do I have to log on at a particular time?                 Answer: Usually NOT.• You will however have dead...
Question:           Where do we meet for class?         Answer: Online, not in a classroom.• Other than the orientation me...
Question:          How will we communicate?          Answer: In many ways.• We will communicate with each other           ...
Question:Today’s OverviewIs taking a class online easier than a "regular" class?                    Answer: No.  • Studies...
Research shows that mostLearning Objectives             Successful Online Students are:•   Technology•   Procedure    • Se...
Question:      Do I have to have a computer at home?                    Answer: NO• Access to a computer at home makes it ...
Question:    What Internet skills would be helpful            in an online class?                 Answer:• If you know how...
Question:Who’s Who      What Internet skills would be helpful              in an online class?                   Answer:  ...
CUT Ecampus Online Etiquette?• Please identify yourself by name in each  email or posting.• Please be supportive and const...
Doing Your Best Work            Academic Honesty: It is a violation of University policy to plagiarize                    ...
Doing Your Best Work               Assignments: • Assignments    • How to submit assignments    • To submit your weekly as...
HOW TO UPLOAD YOUR       ASSIGNMENTSFIRST, YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO THE  ASSIGNMENT TAB AND DOWNLOADSTUDENT WORKBOOK OR ASSI...
Make sure you have read the following CourseCase Study      information supplied by your instructor               from you...
CONTACT YOUR INSTRUCTOR IF YOU HAVE ANY ADDITIONAL       QUESTIONS.
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    1. 1. GETTING STARTED WITH CAROLINA UNIVERSITY OFTHEOLOGY ECAMPUS/ENGRADE ONLINE COURSES. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Online Name Presenter Courses Presentation Date
    2. 2. WELCOME TO CLASS   Welcome to class -- and thanks for signing up for this online course. For many of you, this may be your first online (on the Internet) course, so well use the entire orientation today to discuss the course, get acquainted with a few simple computer operations, and poke around a little to see how things will work. If you are not a computer wiz, dont worry -- you wont need to be. From acomputer standpoint, absolutely everything is simple.By the time you leave orientation today, youll knowalmost everything needed to navigate this course on the Internet.
    3. 3. Question:New Employee Orientation Is an online class at CUT ECampus the same as a self-paced class? • Most online classes are NOT self-paced. • Usually homework, other activities, and online class participation must be completed by set deadlines. • Many instructors set the deadline for midnight on Saturday to assist those who work Monday – Friday. • Make sure you use a calendar for deadlines. • Set aside time each week to login.
    4. 4. Question: How much time do I have to spend online? Answer: That is up to you• But you should plan to spend at least the same amount of time you would New Work spend on a face-to-face class.• Plan to spend a minimum of one hour a week looking at some of the class resources, checking on assignments, contributing to discussions, and posting homework.• You’ll probably spend another 3 hours on reading, activities and homework. 
    5. 5. Question: Do I have to log on at a particular time? Answer: Usually NOT.• You will however have deadlines that you will be required to submit your homework, but WHEN you complete that work is usually up to you. • Your instructor MAY require chat sessions or other real time activities such as discussions.• It’s important that YOU DO NOT wait to the last minute to do your work or to submit it.• If you have trouble connecting to your ISP or the course website, then your assignments will be late.
    6. 6. Question: Where do we meet for class? Answer: Online, not in a classroom.• Other than the orientation meeting, most online New courses dont really "meet" face-to-face.• Well interact regularly through the Internet.• Well be using engrade and using the Carolina Colleagues University of Theology Ecampus powered by engrade.  • Course materials and tools are course web pages, discussion boards, news items, email, your textbooks and more.
    7. 7. Question: How will we communicate? Answer: In many ways.• We will communicate with each other Welcom using CUT Ecampus discussion boards, chat rooms, email, and more.  • The instructor is available to you e through email, voicemail and regular and virtual office hours.• On-campus office hours are also available by appointment.• These same tools will be used for student-to-student communication.
    8. 8. Question:Today’s OverviewIs taking a class online easier than a "regular" class? Answer: No. • Studies show that some students think an online class is even more demanding than a face-to-face class. • You will have to stay motivated and stay on top of your coursework for the class. • The workload in an online class is usually identical to an on-site class on the same topic.
    9. 9. Research shows that mostLearning Objectives Successful Online Students are:• Technology• Procedure • Self-motivated and self-starters,• Policiesgood organizational skills, • Have • Have good time-management skills,• Benefits • Are familiar with computers and the Internet, • Are resourceful and actively seek answers and solutions to questions and problems.
    10. 10. Question: Do I have to have a computer at home? Answer: NO• Access to a computer at home makes it easier, but you do NOT have to own a computer for an online class.• Students can access computers on the campus by appointment during regular business hours. New Work• Some students complete online classes from work (with permission from their employer, of course) or local libraries.  
    11. 11. Question: What Internet skills would be helpful in an online class? Answer:• If you know how to use a web browser.• If you know how to use an email program.• Being familiar with web-based interactions--discussion boards, chat and mailing lists will also be useful.• Being familiar with word processing.• Have some experience in successful Internet searches using a variety of search engines.
    12. 12. Question:Who’s Who What Internet skills would be helpful in an online class? Answer: • Know how to use a web browser. • Know how to use an email program. • Know how to make and organize bookmarks in your browser software. • Some familiarity with web-based interactions--discussion boards, chat and mailing lists will also be useful. • Some familiarity with word processing. • Experience in successful Internet searches using a variety of search engines.
    13. 13. CUT Ecampus Online Etiquette?• Please identify yourself by name in each email or posting.• Please be supportive and constructive in your comments to each other.• Please help and support each other.• Remember everyone will benefit from an online learning environment that is positive and honors God.• Read information on Online Etiquette under the resource tab then return back here to finish the presentation or go to http://www.albion.com/netiquette.
    14. 14. Doing Your Best Work Academic Honesty: It is a violation of University policy to plagiarize • or reuse another’s work. Working from home You must not: • Working offsite • take another persons’ thoughts or words • Technology without appropriate acknowledgment; requirements • submit work that has been written or revised in part or in whole by another person; • submit work that you have already submitted for another class.
    15. 15. Doing Your Best Work Assignments: • Assignments • How to submit assignments • To submit your weekly assignments go to the Assignment Drop Box of the course you are enrolled in and click on that link. This link will take you to the page where you will be able to upload your assignment. You can • Working sample of what this page will look view a from home back at the “Getting Started With CUT • Working offsite Ecampus” link. • Technology requirements
    16. 16. HOW TO UPLOAD YOUR ASSIGNMENTSFIRST, YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO THE ASSIGNMENT TAB AND DOWNLOADSTUDENT WORKBOOK OR ASSIGNMENT AND SAVE THE DOCUMENT TO YOUR DESKTOP.This will make it easier for you to locate. AS YOU COMPLETE EACH ASSIGNMENT, SAVED THAT ASSIGNMENT AS A SEPARATE DOCUMENT AND UPLOAD ACCORDING. This will be explained to you in more details by an University Representative during your orientation.
    17. 17. Make sure you have read the following CourseCase Study information supplied by your instructor from your instructor:• Jeremy • –Course Syllabus His first day • –Course Expectations Mistakes made • –Assignments Successes achieved • How to submit assignments – The moral of the story • How to address your emails to the instructor • Grading Policies • Other course issues
    18. 18. CONTACT YOUR INSTRUCTOR IF YOU HAVE ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.
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