Getting Started in Your Online Class
Online Master Technology Teacher Program Step 1 - Complete Registration/Validation
Make sure you have completed the online registration process by reserving courses, confirming financial aid (grants, discounts, etc.), and validating (making payment arrangements) with student accounts.
You will be dropped from your classes if you do not make payment arrangement before dates set forth in the Student Accounts office.
You can complete the validation (payment arrangement) process by going to TouchNet, OLLU’s E-Commerce system via WebAdvisor
Once on TouchNet, you should follow procedures to make payment arrangements for final validation.
If you don't see options online for proper validation, contact student accounts at 434-6711, ext. 2353 or 2354 or 1-800-390-9433. COMET-R grant students will have to make arrangements to attend an advisory session to sign appropriate paperwork required for validation.Step 2 - Explore the Online Classroom
With a new look for WebCT, it is especially important that you set aside time to get acquainted with the course website, functional tools, and your instructor's course expectations.
Log in to Blackboard/WebCT to begin your exploration
You should be able to log in using your 7-digit student ID and webct as your initial password (or the one you've created if you are a returning user). Your registration automatically enrolls you into your online course. However, the course is not officially 'released' until the professor has completed updates. All courses should be released by the start date of your term.Step 3 - Complete Course Orientation
Professors plan online orientation activities to kick off the term. Orientation sessions will be offered by respective instructors and will either be in the form of discussion board, email, chat, or Wimba audio.
Click on the course title to obtain specifics about course orientation and kickoff plans. If you have questions about the class after reading information posted here, please e-mail your instructor. Allow at least 24 hrs for a response.Tri IEDUC 6300: Foundations of Educational Technology
Dr. Sandy Zúñigazunis@lake.ollusa.eduEDUC 6371: Curriculum Development
Dr. Jerrie Jacksonjackj@lake.ollusa.eduEDUC 6372: Leadership in Instructional Technology
Dr. Jerrie Jacksonjackj@lake.ollusa.eduEDUC 6304: Multicultural Foundations of Education
Dr. Belinda Schoutenbtschouten@lake.ollusa.edu Tri IISPED 6330: Special Education Technology
Dr. Leah Alviarljalviar@lake.ollusa.edu EDUC 6311: Research Methods and Procedures
Dr. Cullen Grinnanctgrinnan@lake.ollusa.edu EDUC 6376: Designing Professional Development for Teachers
Dr. Sandy Zúñigazunis@lake.ollusa.eduEDUC 6379: Advanced Educational Technology
Dr. Sandy Zúñigazunis@lake.ollusa.eduTri IIIEDUC 6346 - Classroom Assessment
Dr. Cullen Grinnanctgrinnan@lake.ollusa.edu EDUC 6359 - Applied Learning and Development
Dr. Leah Alviarljalviar@lake.ollusa.edu EDUC 6377: Teaching Education Technology
Dr. Sandy Zúñigazunis@lake.ollusa.eduEDUC 6395 - Telecommunications for Instructional Purposes
Dr. Leah Alviarljalviar@lake.ollusa.edu
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