I’m excited to announce a free, new, on-demand training offering for teachers provided by Infinite Campus!
If you are new to Infinite Campus or feel it has a lot to offer that you aren’t taking advantage of, this is a great first step in learning some of the basics. The training offers sections on: basic navigation, account settings, taking attendance, and Grade Book. Learn the ins and outs of the tools you use every day to become more efficient and save time.
Because we know how busy you are, the training is broken up into short sections that can be completed in just a few minutes here and there. It’s easy to start, stop and go back to it when you have a little more time. Plus, it keeps track of how far you’ve gotten so you know right where you left off, or, if you jumped around a little bit, what sections you completed.
Click here for instructions on how to navigate to the free training. If you already have a Campus Community login, you will be able to click to the training when you are logged in to Infinite Campus. If you don’t have a Campus Community account, you will need to create one. It only takes a minute. After you do, it will be linked to Infinite Campus and will be available whenever you are logged in.
SuperTeachers inform training
Shortly before this training became available, the Infinite Campus SuperTeachers had a sneak peek and were able to provide feedback. Their feedback helped the training team improve the experience for teachers.
Their work isn’t done, though. When additional training modules are ready they will be giving us their valuable feedback. We know new training created for teachers has to work for teachers, so having the SuperTeachers involved in the development process is essential.
You can help
You also have the chance to provide feedback. At the end of the training, there is a link to a survey. Your comments will help make future training tools better!
This new training is part of Campus Passport, a new training offering available in July 2020. For more information on Campus Passport, talk to your district’s Campus administrator.