Guest blogger Katie Pimlott makes Campus easier to understand
Greetings teachers! My name is Katie and I’m the technical writer for the Teaching & Learning team – the area of Infinite Campus that builds tools for teachers, parents, and students. I write the stuff that Cathy often links to that gives more detail of what her post is talking about. Continue reading “Introducing Katie!”
We’ve had some great questions about customizing an individual teacher’s view. In this post I’ll give a quick tutorial on the things you can customize and then add those questions to the FAQ page so you can easily find them later if you need to. Continue reading “Use Account Settings to customize your view”
My goal with Teachers On Campus is to provide relevant information to teachers who use Infinite Campus. There tends to be more information here for teachers with access to the Campus Learning LMS because an LMS is more central to your work. But teaching is a whole lot more than just the tools in Campus, so I also include information about topics I think benefit every teacher. In this post I give a shout out to a few of the blogs I follow in the hopes one of them gives you something you need. Continue reading “Blogs I follow”
Are you craving information on how to use Infinite Campus more efficiently? Do you feel like there’s more to Campus than you know but you just don’t have time to investigate? As teachers, you don’t have a lot of spare time on your hands, so the new Campus Study Guides for teachers are broken into easy to navigate sections that let you pick and choose what you want to learn more about. Continue reading “Campus Study Guides available to teachers”
The FAQ page for Teachers On Campus has been updated.
There are lots of reasons a student’s schedule might change mid-term. Maybe there was a mistake and fixing it causes a domino effect of changes. Maybe a teacher recommended a switch out of one class and into an honors or accelerated class. Maybe the counselor is just trying to balance numbers so you don’t have 43 in your first hour and 20 in your third hour. Those changes could also happen any time. Continue reading “Copy Scores question added to FAQ page”
A lot has changed in Campus Learning since last spring! To introduce you to some of what’s new, we’ve compiled a Top 10 list:
- Google Drive submissions scoring – There is a new interface for scoring Google Drive submissions. You can view the Google Drive file the student submitted and score their submission on the same screen. The score will go directly to Grade Book and you can move right to the next student submission. Continue reading “Top 10 enhancements of summer 2018”
With Campus Learning comes a new resource for teachers – Campus Learning Home.
Campus Learning Home is your first stop as a teacher in learning about Infinite Campus and the tools that are included with your Campus Learning license. Campus Learning is growing and expanding quickly, so we wanted a way to get information out to you that is easy to find and use. Continue reading “Introducing Campus Learning Home”
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