Is this true? I don't believe this is true. If it is it should be fixed right away. That is a concern.
Enhancement Request #2527
This would be great for me as well. I have a quiz that is due every Monday. It is supposed to be completed by the time the student attends their designated lab section. So I have 16 students from 2 sections) who should have it be done by 8:00 am, 16 students (again, from 2 sections) who should be done by 10:30, 16 by 1:30, and 16 by 4 pm. I have to have my TA go in and look at what time they submitted to see if everyone was done on time. There should be a way for this to be automatic.
You might be thinking I should just have them all in different sections of the learning suite course - but that would make so much more work. It is easier to have all the lab sections in one course for so many reasons.
I'd like to be able to set up groups at the start of the semester and be able to have some things apply to those students specifically.
This could be complicated though, because for most things ALL the students have the same due date and time, it is only the quizzes in my course that are due at different times.
Restore Flashcard Deck—Enhancement Request #7055Deborah Himes supported this idea ·
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Enhancement Request #8593. Thank you for your request!
This could also be helpful for signing up for "pass-offs" or practical exams. The College of Nursing built a scheduler and incorporated it into our website. This has been really helpful for us.
Wow, this would be great for the College of Nursing also. If this was available we could have CPR, OSHA, fire safety and confidentiality training entered in once and all of the instructors who teach in the clinical setting would be able to see if their students are up-to-date and good to go. It would also be great to keep the immunization record in as a grade item. The students are not allowed to go to the hospitals if any of these requirements expire. It is tricky to keep track of all of these because the students all get them done at different times and therefore they fall out of date at different times. I could see it as a very helpful thing if the instructors could just look at the grade book to know if the students are up to date. Our advisement center is in charge of entering this data, but we currently have to go to another database to find the information which is kind of difficult to use. It would be great if students out of date showed up on the dashboard and if there could be a grade penalty attached. In some semesters students have 2 clinical courses and the certifications are often good for a year so completing one certification may span several semesters. If you decide to take up the "permanent record" idea please talk with the College of Nursing about it because I think we could benefit if it were designed with our needs in mind as well.