No. You do not have to do anything.

 You, as the instructor of your course, can choose when to make your course active or inactive.

  1. Click Course Admin -> Course Offering Information
  2. Scroll down and modify the dates the Course is active
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Fall 2020 -Getting started

Tech 4 U Making Technology Work for You (Brightspace Newsletter, rebranded for YOU) These past several months have put additional demands on all of you, including the need

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Summer 2020 -Midterm

Summer 2020 | Midterm   Spreading sunshine all over the place… As midterms quickly approach, we continue to focus on students by informing them of their progress

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Brightspace Student Help @CCC

CCC Brightspace Quick Guide doc for Students There is no formalized training on Brightspace for students. Every class is is unique. Instructors control activities within

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Assessments link in Nav Bar

Fall 2019 – Assessments

Assessments Tests and Quizzes, Assignments, TurnItIn and Rubrics are tools within Brightspace you can use to evaluate students and measure student learning. Use the knowledgebase

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Get started with Brightspace! Review the Foundations training.

The Foundations training provides us with a common experiences and language.   

Take the Self-Paced Online Foundations Training to review this training and earn a digital badge. 

Please register yourself for the online, asynchronous version of the Foundations Training class

1.    Login to brightspace.ccc.edu

2.    On the NavBar, select My Brightspace and then Self Registration from the dropdown menu.

3.      Follow the directions to enroll in this training course called: “Instructor Online Training Course (Brightspace Foundations): The Brightside”


OR

View the six Foundations Videos with V. Pell


Videos: Visit http://bit.ly/ccctube  – CCC Instructional Technology YouTube site contains CCC-created videos like a Foundations review, TII, Student overview, course copy and more for you and our students

Foundations Handouts  

They contain directions for: 
    • Getting Around 
    • Managing course availability options 
    • Sending an email to students 
    • Creating an announcement 
    • Adding a module 
    • Uploading a file (syllabus) and deleting a file  
    • Creating an assignment and associating it with a grade item 
    • Extra Challenges for you to explore on your own.