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My. MC Course Tools Tutorial by Gloria Barron Distance Education and Learning Technologies This My. MC Course Tools Tutorial by Gloria Barron Distance Education and Learning Technologies This tutorial is an adaptation of My. MC Course Tools Faculty Guidebook. Montgomery College, Maryland Rockville - Takoma Park/Silver Spring - Germantown To view Jing tutorials download the latest version of Flash

Table of Contents • Login to My. MC • For First-time My. MC Users Table of Contents • Login to My. MC • For First-time My. MC Users • What is My. MC? • My Courses Tab • Course Home page • Faculty User Interface • Exploring the Content Tools • News • • Photos Links Files Message Board Announcements Email Chat Frequently Asked Questions

Login to My. MC To login to My. MC, launch a Web browser and Login to My. MC To login to My. MC, launch a Web browser and enter http: //www. montgomerycollege. edu (Montgomery College home page) as the URL/Web address, then click the yellow button labeled My. MC at the top of the page. Table of Contents

Login to My. MC Enter your My. MC ID and password in the appropriate Login to My. MC Enter your My. MC ID and password in the appropriate fields and click the Submit button Show Me Table of Contents

For First-time My. MC Users Find your My. MC ID and create your password: For First-time My. MC Users Find your My. MC ID and create your password: 1. 2. Click on Find your My. MC ID on the Login screen In the ID field, enter one of the following options: • • • 3. In the PIN field, enter your PIN number: • 4. Your college-issued ID (M number) Web application login ID Social Security number. Your birth date in the format, MM/DD/YY Answer security questions and create a password. Table of Contents

What is My. MC? Tabs Channel Navigation My. MC is Montgomery College’s campus portal. What is My. MC? Tabs Channel Navigation My. MC is Montgomery College’s campus portal. It is a content management system that facilitates quick, college-wide communications and collaboration. My. MC ties all the College’s existing Web systems together (i. e. , MCInfonet, Montgomery College website, Banner Web, and Web. CT). Access to the system is granted to all users with a My. MC ID, and the system is available from any location with an Internet connection. Table of Contents

My Courses Tab All the courses and sections you are teaching are listed on My Courses Tab All the courses and sections you are teaching are listed on the My Courses tab under the heading “Courses I’m Teaching”. This information is populated from the college’s registration system, Banner. Students are automatically enrolled into each of the courses. The Banner system populates the site with their My. MC user ID’s and other pertinent information upon registration. All the courses and sections you are teaching are listed on the My Courses tab Show Me Table of Contents

Course Home Page Upon entering a course, you will see the Course Home page. Course Home Page Upon entering a course, you will see the Course Home page. Within the course site, the faculty role has four main navigation sections. Table of Contents

Faculty User Interface Course Tools Content Tools Configuration Tools Personal Tools Faculty Role Student Faculty User Interface Course Tools Content Tools Configuration Tools Personal Tools Faculty Role Student Role The left navigation bar in the faculty user interface has significantly more options than that in the student user interface because the faculty role manages content on the site, while students only view and submit content to the site. Table of Contents

Exploring the Content Tools q Manage News q Manage Photos q Manage Links q Exploring the Content Tools q Manage News q Manage Photos q Manage Links q Manage Files q Manage Message Board q Manage Announcements Course Tools Content Tools Table of Contents

News Use News to. . . ü Have students post a summary of a News Use News to. . . ü Have students post a summary of a reading assignment before coming to class ü Have students submit and share group project submissions ü Display models of excellent work (e. g. , “This student used the form and content I was looking for. . . ”) Course News appears on the News section of the course site. Table of Contents

Manage News To post an article in the news section, follow the steps below: Manage News To post an article in the news section, follow the steps below: • • • The faculty role can post and manage news articles. The student role can view news articles and submit news articles. Student-submitted news is reviewed by the faculty role and is either activated or deleted from the course site. Table of Contents Click on Manage News in the Content Tools section of the left navigation bar Click Post a New Article Select a posting status from the dropdown Status menu (Active or Inactive) Select Article Uses Rick Text if you plan to add special formatting to the article Add a title for your article in the Title field and add your article to the News Article field Click Post and the article will be posted to the course site Show Me

Photos Use Photos to. . . ü Share student work (i. e. , scan Photos Use Photos to. . . ü Share student work (i. e. , scan and upload artwork, hand drawings). ü Have students submit (and share) photos gathered as part of a group project ü Prompt student creative writing assignments ü Display models of excellent artwork ü Post trivia questions to keep your students engaged and to expand their learning Course Photos appear on the Photos section of the course site. Table of Contents

Manage Photos To post a photo in the Photos section, follow the steps below: Manage Photos To post a photo in the Photos section, follow the steps below: • Click on Manage Photos in the Content Tools section of the left navigation bar. • Click Post a New Photo • Select a posting status from the dropdown Status menu. Click on Browse and find the location of the photo you wish to upload • Add a title for your photo in the Title field and add your caption to the Photo Caption field • Click Post and the photo will be posted to the course site. The faculty role can post and manage photos (in a manner similar to Course News). The student role can view and submit photos. Student-submitted photos are reviewed by the faculty role and are either activated or deleted from the course site. Table of Contents Show Me

Links Use Links to: ü Connect your students to your individual or departmental Web Links Use Links to: ü Connect your students to your individual or departmental Web site ü Have students submit (and share) Web resources gathered individually or as part of a group project ü ü Links appear on the Links section of the course site. Table of Contents Assign extension assignments (use links to museums, science labs, etc) List class resources (if your list is lengthy, consider typing links on a Word document and posting the Word file to the Files section of the course site)

Manage Links To post a link in the Links section, follow The steps below: Manage Links To post a link in the Links section, follow The steps below: • • • The faculty role can post and manage links (in a manner similar to Course News and Photos). The student role can view and submit links. Student-submitted links are reviewed by the faculty role and are either activated or deleted from the course site. Table of Contents Click on Manage Links in the Content Tools section Click Post a New Link Select a posting status from the dropdown Status menu Add a title for your link in the Title field, a Web address in the URL field, and add your link description to the Link Description field. Click Post and the link will be posted to the course site Show Me

Files Use Files to. . . ü ü Some common file extensions: . doc Files Use Files to. . . ü ü Some common file extensions: . doc (Microsoft Word). xls (Microsoft Excel). ppt (Microsoft Power. Point). pdf (Adobe Acrobat). Post supplemental readings for students Provide students with the course syllabus, written assignments, project guidelines, etc. Have students submit (and share) files. Collect assignments from students. You can also… ü Create a Subfolder ü Create a Level Two Subfolder (a subfolder within a subfolder) ü Rename a Subfolder ü Delete a Subfolder Table of Contents

Manage Files To add a file to a folder, follow the steps below: • Manage Files To add a file to a folder, follow the steps below: • • • The faculty role can post and manage files (and folders). The student role can view files and submit them. Student-submitted files are reviewed by the faculty role and are either activated or deleted from the course site. Table of Contents Click on Manage Files in the Content Tools section of the left navigation bar. You will see a yellow folder with your course name on it Click on the folder or subfolder to which you want to add the file. It will now be highlighted in yellow Click on the Browse button located to the right of the Add New File field Locate the file on your computer or storage device that you want to post, click on it, then click Open. The name of your file will appear in the Add New File field Click the Add New File button to the right of the Add New File field Show Me

Message Board Use the Message Board to. . . ü Post open-ended questions that Message Board Use the Message Board to. . . ü Post open-ended questions that elicit conversation about a courserelated topic ü Host a question and answer forum ü Have students post responses to readings prior to coming to class ü Have students introduce themselves to the class Table of Contents

Announcements Use Announcements to: ü ü Orient your students to the location of important Announcements Use Announcements to: ü ü Orient your students to the location of important information on the course site. For example, “You can find the course syllabus in the ‘Files’ section of this course site. ” ü Announcements appear in the Announcements section of the course site Welcome your students to the course at the beginning of the semester. For example, “Welcome to EN 101. Our first class will be this coming Monday at 2 p. m. in HU 313, Rockville campus. ” Post last-minute changes to your office hours. Announcements also appear in the Announcements Channel on the My. MC Home tab. The most recent announcement is at the top of the list. Table of Contents

Manage Announcements To send an announcement, follow the steps below: • • • The Manage Announcements To send an announcement, follow the steps below: • • • The faculty role can send and manage announcements. The student role can only view announcements and can delete announcements from their view. Table of Contents Click on Manage Announcements in the Content Tools section of the left navigation bar. Click on New Announcement. Add a title to your announcement in the Title field and add your message to the Announcement field. Change the number of days announcement should remain active. Click Send and the announcement will be posted to the course site. Show Me

Email Use Email to. . . ü Provide written feedback to individual students. ü Email Use Email to. . . ü Provide written feedback to individual students. ü Send project-related information to specific groups of students. ü Facilitate student-student and student-instructor interaction outside of class. An email message can contain up to five separate attachments. Each attachment cannot exceed 1, 229 K in size Total size of all attachments combined cannot exceed 3, 901 K. ü Deliver time-sensitive courserelated announcements and/or files. Table of Contents

Email Access Email Sent to You To read email sent to you by students Email Access Email Sent to You To read email sent to you by students in your course, open a new browser window and go to the Montgomery College Web Mail account at: http: //mcmail. montgomerycollege. edu Table of Contents

Chat • • The Course Chat section of the course site facilitates synchronous communication Chat • • The Course Chat section of the course site facilitates synchronous communication among the students and the instructor. It is a live chat room where all users “talk” to one another via text, so all participants need to be in the chat room on the same day and at the same time. Upon entering the Course Chat room, the list of users is displayed on the right-hand side of the chat area. This list shows each user who is participating in the chat. Students can enter the Course Chat room and chat among themselves without the presence of the instructor. Table of Contents

Use Chat to: ü Facilitate communications between students assigned to work on group projects Use Chat to: ü Facilitate communications between students assigned to work on group projects ü Hold informal office hours ü Conduct an online test review session before an exam. Table of Contents

“Talk” in the Chat Room To contribute to a chat room discussion, follow the “Talk” in the Chat Room To contribute to a chat room discussion, follow the steps below: • • • Click on Chat in the Course Tools section of the left navigation bar. The Course Chat room will pop up. Type your message in the field named, “Type your message here, and hit the return key”. Hit the enter key on your keyboard and your message will be added to the chat. Whisper in the Chat Room To type a secret message to a selection of user(s) in the Course Chat room is to “whisper. ” Users not selected to receive the “whispered” message will never know that you sent it. Table of Contents

Are there any additional online tutorials on My. MC? Yes, additional tutorials are available Are there any additional online tutorials on My. MC? Yes, additional tutorials are available at: http: //cms. montgomerycollege. edu/oit/Network. And. Computing. aspx ? id=4548 A copy of the Faculty Guidebook can also be downloaded from: http: //www. montgomerycollege. edu/ctl/Resources/teachingtips/Han douts/mymccoursetools. Summer 07. pdf Table of Contents

I am ready for a more sophisticated course management tool. Who do I contact? I am ready for a more sophisticated course management tool. Who do I contact? Web. CT is the College’s course management tool for distance and hybrid courses. Contact the Office of Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT) at 240 -567 -6000 or [email protected] edu. Table of Contents