You should have received an email confirming your registration. It includes your password. If you did not receive the email, or do not receive it soon, then there are likely 2 possible explanations:
If the wrong email was used then please revisit the registration page again and be very careful when you type in your email address.
Remember the pass code is 2350 for entry to the page.
At this point you can explore the website. Your first visit should be to the Home page. Just use the navigation menu at the top of this page. The Home page is where you'll find all the latest news. Be familiar with it. You should be visiting the Home page at least twice a week.
This page will contain a list of all your assignments in the class. It's organized by learning module. However, it also has a special feature: you can search by text and it will "unfold" all instances of that term used across all the learning modules. For example, type in "reflect" or "reflection" and all 9 module areas will unfold and highlight the reflection challenge for that module highlighted with green text.
Mathew Mitchell is a professor in the Learning and Instruction Department at the USF School of Education. He offers courses in both the Learning & Instruction doctoral program and the Educational Technology master's program. He regularly teaches Applied Statistics, Cognitive Psychology, and Motivation at the doctoral level. His master's level courses include: Storytelling Lab, Media Lab, and Web Design Lab.
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This website is password protected. None of your information will be shared outside of the class.