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We are still considering the addition of this feature.
 
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Persuade your teacher to get on UVLe. Help is just an email away: uvle@up.edu.ph
 
Persuade your teacher to get on UVLe. Help is just an email away: uvle@up.edu.ph

Revision as of 19:58, 24 January 2009

From Teachers

1. I have uploaded my files in UVLe. Why can't my students see them?

For your students to "see" your files, you need to share them. After logging in at UVLe using your UP Webmail account, go to your course and follow these steps:

    i. Click on "Turn editing on" (upper right)
   ii. Click on "Add a resource" under the section from where you want to link the file or the directory.
  iii. If you want to simply show a file, click on "Link to a file or website". If you want to show an entire directory, click on "Display a directory"

2. I want my students to upload their files (not send to me those files as attachments). How can I let my students do that with UVLe?

After logging in at UVLe using your UP Webmail account, go to your course and follow these steps:

    i. Click on "Turn editing on"
   ii. Click on "Add an activity" under the relevant section
  iii. Under "Assignment", click on "Advanced uploading of files" (if you want your students to upload multiple files) or "Upload a single file"


For more information:

- Getting Started for Teachers

- Teachers Manual

From Students

1. Why is there no reply button under a blog entry?

We are still considering the addition of this feature.

2. Why is my class not on UVLe?

Persuade your teacher to get on UVLe. Help is just an email away: uvle@up.edu.ph

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