6 Tips to Extend Your Classroom to the Cloud | Part 1: Organize Course Materials

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Dylan Rodgers

Content Strategy Manager and Editor in Chief of the Schoology Exchange

6 Tips to Extend Your Classroom to the Cloud | Part 1: Organize Course Materials

Posted in Pro Tips | September 21, 2015

Now that the school year is up and running, whether you were on summer or winter break, the craziness is beginning to die down and you are (hopefully) finding your groove. This is the perfect moment to start refining your use of Schoology, especially if you are new to the community.

Below is the first of a six part series hosted by Bradley Kemp, Schoology's Sr. Instructional Designer, and Kelsey Collins, our Documentation Specialist. Watch the clips below to learn the various methods and best practices for organizing your course materials.

A Quick Introduction to the Platform

Option 1: How to Add Files and Links to Folders (and Save Time in the Process!)

Option 2: How to Attach Files and Links to Assignments

Option 3: How to Add Resources from Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Other External Sources

Option 4: How to Add Schoology's Media Albums (This is Big for the Arts Departments)

FAQ-Based Best Practices and the Mobility of Materials (a.k.a. Section Linking)

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That's it for Part 1 of our 6 Tips to Extend Your Classroom to the Cloud. Tune in next week for Part 2 and learn how to get the most out of your Schoology discussions

 

Bradley Kemp
Sr. Instructional Designer
Schoology

Bradley is a 3rd generation teacher and proud to introduce Schoology to master educators across the world on a daily basis. He works with instructional directors to develop methodical strategies for integrating technology and instruction in meaningful ways. After all, Bradley lives by his mantra, Change is not an event. It is a process. 

Say hi and follow Bradley on Twitter @brdkmp.

Kelsey Collins
Documentation Specialist
Schoology

Kelsey combines her in-depth product knowledge with her enthusiasm for the Schoology Community to make sure everyone who signs up for Schoology has access to the tools they need to use the platform successfully. She thinks our users are the best in the world, so whether you've worked with her on a support ticket, read one of her help articles, or met her in a training session, she would love to hear from you!

Say hi and follow Kelsey on Twitter @KCollins1492

 

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