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Mac VPN Install Instructions

Here are instructions for setting up the Luther VPN system on a Mac.

https://download.luthersem.edu/media/ot/LS-MacVPN.pdf

Faculty: Reviewing your course evaluation results

All of your current/past course evaluations are available for your review at any time from the course evaluation page:
 
Go to the course evaluation page:

Faculty: Chalk & Wire assessments

Please review the .pdf below for instructions for assessing student work in Chalk & Wire.

Assessment .pdf

This brief video provides an overview for

How to find past or future courses--faculty

Courses appear in the left-hand menu (Quick Links/My Courses) of MyLutherNet only 30 days before or after the start date (per the registrar's course dates). 

How to Enter Grades

To enter grades:

Log into MyLutherNet.

While on the Home tab, click Faculty Home, View Course List:

Grades link

 

The current term courses

How to locate graduating students on roster

To determine which students in your course are graduating seniors:

Click Academics, then Faculty Courses

FacultyCourses

 

In the Faculty Course Control

Checking/adding permissions in MLN Courses

To add a new page so students can view it--OR--to check permissions in your course site, click the Context Manager link from the left hand menu:

Getting Started with Google Sites

Click to download .pdf of help file

1. Log into your seminary email and click the “Apps” icon from your e-mail page and select sites.

Apps icon

 

Setting up a PowerPoint Slide Show for Google Hangout Use

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1. Select Slide Show from the menu

2. Select Set Up Slide Show

3. Under Show type, select 

Accessing Forums and Adding a New Topic

This help article is primarily for faculty who want to add more topics (folders--like "week 1, week 2, etc.) in their discussion board. 

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