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Q: How do I make my course available to my students?

Course status button

The home page of your course will indicate that it is unpublished and have a button for publishing to make the course available for students.

The highest level of content availability to students in Glow is at the course level. Courses can be published. A published course is available to students. The course status is indicated by the color of our course in your course listing. If the course is in a light grey color, the course is unpublished. Also, upon entering the course, there will be a course status button in the upper right hand corner of the page with a publish button.

 

 

 

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The file repository indicates that files are locked (unavailable to students) when the icon for the file has a padlock on it. There is a lock icon in the settings that can toggle the lock status of the file.

Similarly, other content areas in glow can be made to be available or unavailable to students. To the right of modules, pages, or other content will be an icon in the shape of a cloud. If the cloud is a light grey color, then the content is unavailable to students. You can click on the cloud to toggle the availability. When the cloud is green, the content item will be available to students. In the case of modules, you will want to make sure that the parent module is available to students as well as the content items listed in that module. Both the cloud for the parent module and the content items in the module will need to be the color green.

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Green clouds indicate that course items are visible to students. Grey clouds indicate that content is not visible to students.

In addition, there is a files repository. You can use Settings > Navigation to hide menu items from students including the Files menu item. When students view the course, the Files menu item would not be present. This effectively hides all the files in the file repository. You could then selectively share files by linking to files from a page or module.

However, there is also the option of keeping the Files menu item accessible to students, but controlling what students can see or access. When you hover over an item you can see icons for a padlock, pencil, and trash can. Clicking on the padlock icon will allow you to lock the file and make it unavailable to students. You can also make the file invisible to students. The file icon will appear to have a lock on it if you select either of these options.

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In the settings area, you can click on the student view icon in the upper right hand corner. This will allow you to see the course with a student view and verify if students can or cannot see various course items and components.

Once you have uploaded content and made it available or unavailable to students, you can check on your work but going to Settings and using the Student View button in the upper right hand corner. This will allow you to explore the course and see the course as it will appear to students. Click on the File menu item and test the accessibility of the files there. Also look at any modules or pages you have added and see if you can see them. To exit student view, there is a blue button in the lower right hand corner that says “leave student view.”

Q: How do I add my course syllabus?

The Syllabus Page

1. In Course Navigation, click the Syllabus link.

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2. Click Edit Syllabus Description [1]. There are three main parts: a calendar and weighted assignment groups [2], a syllabus description [3], and a syllabus table automatically managed by GLOW [4].

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3. Edit the Syllabus description.

How do I Add PDF or Word Document to my Syllabus Description?

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Within the Content Selector, click Files [1]. There you can upload a new file or select files you have uploaded previously. Click and highlight the text in the Rich Content Editor you want users to click on to download the syllabus [2]. Click the file in the Content Selector [3] and the text will turn blue noting the link is downloadable. Glow will automatically create a preview of your document so that users don’t have to download it before reading it.

Once you have completed your Syllabus Description, click Update Syllabus.

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4.  Make the Syllabus Page your Home Page

a. Click Home in Course Navigation.
b. In the Home page sidebar, click the Choose Home Page link.
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c. Click the radio button next to Syllabus to make the Syllabus page your course Home Page.

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5. Publish your course

When a course is first created, it’s available to you as the instructor but it’s invisible to your students. Making a course available is called “publishing” it.

Click the Publish.

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Q: How do I add a non-Williams auditor?

Enrolling non-Williams users to your course

If you need to enroll non-Williams user(s) into your course, you will need to request a guest account. Please fill out this form at:

http://hr.williams.edu/forms/williams-affiliation-request-form/

After the guest account is created, you can enroll him/her the same way as you enroll those who have Williams User ID as described below. Please contact the user to obtain his/her User ID.

Enrolling / removing students to/from your course

Officially registered students are automatically enrolled into your corresponding Glow course and you do not need to add any students. However, you can invite other students to join your course via People link.
Use Unix ID or Williams long-style email addresses (e.g. jfs1 or John.F.Smith@williams.edu) to find the student in the system .
How do I add students and TAs to my course?
– How do I remove a student from my course?
     A: Please email itech@williams.edu with the name of the student

There are six pre-defined roles:

  • Teacher: Teacher can add content items, grade students, add users and change some course default settings.
  • Grading TA: TA with this role has pretty much the same privileges like a Teacher has.
  • TA: TA with this role has the same rights as TA with editing rights but cannot view and edit grades.
  • Student: That’s self-explanatory, they generally have fewer privileges within a course.
  • Designer: By default, the Designer does not edit grades, add/remove other users, or have access to the faculty journal. They can edit course content. Generally speaking, the Designer Role is best suited for the instructional designers or curriculum writers who write and manage course content.
  • Observer:  The Observer role can be used to enroll parents, mentors, auditors, and guests who would like to participate in a Glow course but do not need to earn course credit. Observers have limited permissions that allow them to see what is going on in a course without interrupting the flow of daily course communication. Like students, Observers cannot view a course until it is published and the course has started.

 

Q: How do I copy course material from my old GLOW course to a new one?

To copy course content, assignments, and quizzes from previous semesters, use the Course Import Tool from the Course Settings.

1. Go to your new course, then in Course Navigation, click the Settings link.

2. Click the Import Content into this Course button on the right.

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3. Select Content Type
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4. Search for a Course
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5. Select Migration Content
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To import all content from the course, select the All Content radio button.
If you want to select specific content, click the Select specific content radio button.

 

6. (optional) Adjust Events and Due Dates
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7. Click the Import button.
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Students

Q: I am registered for this course, but I don't see it on Glow. What's wrong?

Not all courses on Glow are published. Your professor may have decided NOT to use Glow this semester. Please contact your instructor first. If the course is published and available, but you still don’t see it, please contact Instructional Technology at itech@williams.edu.

 

Some people experience a problem accessing video in Glow. The symptom is that when you click on the “My Media” or “Course Media Gallery” tabs in the left hand navigation bar you may be prompted to log in, but even after you log in correctly you get a blank window that says “Access Denied.” This can happen on a PC or a Mac, using any browser.

The cause is that video is handled by a third-party tool, basically a plugin for Glow (see these pages on LTI for more information). Since the video window comes from a different web server than Glow itself, your browser needs to accept third party cookies, at least for sessions, to access it. If you’re experiencing the problem described above, third-party cookies are disabled in your browser.

There are two solutions. Below is a list of the most common browsers and step-by-step instructions for allowing them to accept third-party cookies for sessions. The steps are straightforward, but the down side is that it allows third-party cookies for all web pages, not just Glow. If you’re comfortable making more involved changes to your browser settings, you can achieve the same effect by leaving your general third-party cookie settings unchanged but adding a specific exception to accept cookies from the site “1384471.kaf.kaltura.com”. If you’re unsure how to do that, follow the instructions for your browser below:

Q: Why am I not able to attach files to my Discussion posts?

Please notify your instructor about this problem. Attaching files to a Discussion will be possible once it is changed in the course settings. The settings are also available in the Discussions Page or the Course Settings Page. Please direct your faculty member to this page for more information.

 

 


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What is Glow?

Glow is Williams' Course Management System (CMS). It's a web-based and easy to use platform that supports instructors in their teaching and communication with students. Glow provides a suite of tools that makes it easy to put course materials online, including video and audio. It can also help faculty engage with students in a variety of ways including virtual discussion forums, the online scheduling of office hours and lab experiments, and the assignment, collection and grading of quizzes and homework to name a few.

Getting started with Glow

This page provides a how-to guide and an introduction to the key concepts of Glow to help instructors get started.

The same content is also available as a downloadable pdf file getting-started.

Log in

You can login to the Glow service at http://glow.williams.edu. You should use your regular Williams username (e.g. abc1)  and password.

About Glow

Dashboard

The Dashboard is the first thing you will see when you log into Canvas.

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Introduction to the GLOW Interface

Your course(s) is under “Courses” [1]

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1. Global Navigation: The links of the global navigation menu at the top of the page access features that are shared by all the courses on Glow you are enrolled in. This menu stays the same no matter what page you are looking at.

2. Course Navigation: The course navigation links provide access to features within the current course.When each course is first created on Glow, by default it will have fourteen areas linked to in the course navigation (Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Grades, People, Pages, Files, Syllabus, Outcomes, Quizzes, Modules, Conferences, Collaborations, Settings). As an instructor, you can customize what links are shown in your course and hide from students those that you don’t need in your course.

3. Course Content Area: This is where your course content is displayed

4. Sidebar (context sensitive): The sidebar shows the features available on the page you are currently looking at. The sidebar will change as you go to different pages within your course.

GLOW Course Settings

 course-settings

The “Settings” button within the course navigation menu on the left of the screen is where you can view or update the details of your course settings and its sections. You can also configure what will be available to students in the course navigation menu.

1. Course Details: The details of the course, including its name. These should generally be left as the default, although this is also the place to set your course interface to use a non-English language.

2. Sections: You can manage the different sections of your course and their enrollments, and the people associated with your course and their role. It also has a tool that allows you to consolidate enrollments of cross-listed courses into one. Please consult with your Itech Liaison if this is the first time you’re making changes to the sections of a course.

3. Navigation: You can modify the Course Navigation menu listed of your course. You can hide specific links from students, and drag and drop links to change their order. Links that appear to the instructor as greyed out will be hidden to students.

4. Apps: The Apps tab allows you to view and activate a list of additional tools that are available for use in Glow. Additional documentation of these tools will be coming soon.

5. Feature Options: The Feature Options tab allows you to enable and disable Glow features within a particular course.

GLOW Personal Account Settings

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1. Profile: Where you can change your profile picture (Avatar) and your display name.

2. Notifications: You can configure how you will receive notifications from Glow, e.g. do you want to be notified when a student submits an assignement, how frequently, etc?

3. Files: Files can be uploaded to a specific course, or to your personal file repository where they will be available to use in multiple courses. The files link is where you upload and manage your files in your personal file repository.

4. Settings: You can tie Glow in with other web tools that you already use (e.g. Google Docs, Facebook etc). Click any of the services in “Other Services” for detail.

5. ePortfolios: This is a seldom used tool at Williams.


FAQs for Instructors

Course Setup

First time using Glow

Getting started with Glow

This page provides a how-to guide and an introduction to the key concepts of Glow to help instructors get started.

The same content is also available as a downloadable pdf file getting-started.

Log in

You can login to the Glow service at http://glow.williams.edu. You should use your regular Williams username (e.g. abc1)  and password.

About Glow

Dashboard

The Dashboard is the first thing you will see when you log into Canvas.

dashboard

Introduction to the GLOW Interface

Your course(s) is under “Courses” [1]

course

1. Global Navigation: The links of the global navigation menu at the top of the page access features that are shared by all the courses on Glow you are enrolled in. This menu stays the same no matter what page you are looking at.

2. Course Navigation: The course navigation links provide access to features within the current course.When each course is first created on Glow, by default it will have fourteen areas linked to in the course navigation (Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Grades, People, Pages, Files, Syllabus, Outcomes, Quizzes, Modules, Conferences, Collaborations, Settings). As an instructor, you can customize what links are shown in your course and hide from students those that you don’t need in your course.

3. Course Content Area: This is where your course content is displayed

4. Sidebar (context sensitive): The sidebar shows the features available on the page you are currently looking at. The sidebar will change as you go to different pages within your course.

GLOW Course Settings

 course-settings

The “Settings” button within the course navigation menu on the left of the screen is where you can view or update the details of your course settings and its sections. You can also configure what will be available to students in the course navigation menu.

1. Course Details: The details of the course, including its name. These should generally be left as the default, although this is also the place to set your course interface to use a non-English language.

2. Sections: You can manage the different sections of your course and their enrollments, and the people associated with your course and their role. It also has a tool that allows you to consolidate enrollments of cross-listed courses into one. Please consult with your Itech Liaison if this is the first time you’re making changes to the sections of a course.

3. Navigation: You can modify the Course Navigation menu listed of your course. You can hide specific links from students, and drag and drop links to change their order. Links that appear to the instructor as greyed out will be hidden to students.

4. Apps: The Apps tab allows you to view and activate a list of additional tools that are available for use in Glow. Additional documentation of these tools will be coming soon.

5. Feature Options: The Feature Options tab allows you to enable and disable Glow features within a particular course.

GLOW Personal Account Settings

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1. Profile: Where you can change your profile picture (Avatar) and your display name.

2. Notifications: You can configure how you will receive notifications from Glow, e.g. do you want to be notified when a student submits an assignement, how frequently, etc?

3. Files: Files can be uploaded to a specific course, or to your personal file repository where they will be available to use in multiple courses. The files link is where you upload and manage your files in your personal file repository.

4. Settings: You can tie Glow in with other web tools that you already use (e.g. Google Docs, Facebook etc). Click any of the services in “Other Services” for detail.

5. ePortfolios: This is a seldom used tool at Williams.

Q: What's my username & password?

Your GLOW login ID is your Unix ID (the one *without* @williams.edu), the same username that you use to login to the Password Changer. The password for GLOW is the same one you use for your email and most other College services.

You can change your password, and retrieve lost passwords at pchanger.williams.edu.

For those who don’t have a Williams User ID but have guest account or temp account on GLOW, your user ID and password will remain the same as it was originally created.

For prospective students, you will find your login information in the letter sent to you from the Admission Office.

More information on Williams accounts & passwords


Q: How do I reset my password [passphrase] if I have forgotten it?
Q: How do I learn to use Glow?  Is there an instructor manual?
Q: Are there any example courses? A: Yes!

Setting up a course

Q: How do I add my course syllabus?
Q: How do I add readings, scanned documents, etc. to my course?
--- Syllabus Page
--- Front Page (More on Pages,
--- Modules  (More on Modules,
Q: How do I merge multiple courses (sections) into a single course (section)?
Q: How do I upload files?
Q: How do I make a link to a website (using a page)?
Q: How do I make a link to a website (using a Module)?
Q: How can I customize navigation and default language?
Q: How do I change a landing page for my course?
Q: How do I make my course(s) available to my students?
Q: How do I make content available or unavailable to students?
Q: I published my course by mistake! How can I hide it again from students?
Q: How do I copy course material from one GLOW course to another?
Q: How can I view my course as my students do?
Q: How do I enroll & remove students, TAs, and auditors from my course?
Q: How can I customize the Notifications?
* Notes on Notifications for Discussions.

Course Tools

Announcements

Q: How do I make an Announcement?
Q: How do I edit an Announcement?
Q: How do I delete an Announcement?
Q: How can I get Announcements through my email?
[More on Announcements ]

Assignments

Q: What are Assignments?
Q: How do I add Assignment Groups?
Q: How do I build an Assignment to collect homework from my students online?
Q: Where can I find the homework my students submitted online?
Q: How do I create a student group assignment?
[More on Assignments ]

Calendar

Q: How do I use the Glow Calendar?
Q: How do I add an event to the course Calendar?
Q: How do I change the date of an Event or Assignment on the Calendar?
Q: How do I access my course Calendar?
Q: How do I filter my Calendar view by course?
[More on Calendar ]

Discussions

Q: How do I create a Discussion?
Q: How do I pin a Discussion on the Index Page?
Q: When would I use Threaded Discussions?
Q: How do I set up a graded Discussion?
Q: How do I subscribe to a Discussion?
Q: How do I set up a Group Discussion Assignment?
Q: Students aren't able to attach files to their Discussion posts.  Help.
[More on Discussions ]

Email

Q: How can I email my class using Course Email Tool?
Q: How can I customize the Notifications? 

File Management

Q: What are Files?
Q: Where are my personal Files?
Q: Where are my course Files?
Q: How do I add a file to my course?
Q: How do I bulk upload files?
Q: How do I create a folder in Files?
Q: How do I lock files and folders?
Q: How do I move and organize my files?
Q: How do I delete a file?
Q: What is my File Storage quota for my course?
[More on Files ]

Gradebook and the SpeedGrader

Q: What are Grades and the Gradebook?
Q: How do I hide totals in my students' grade summaries?
Q: How do I sort my Gradebook?
Q: How do I view assignment details in the Gradebook?
Q: How do I weight final grades?
Q: How do I change assignment group weights in the Gradebook?
Q: What is the SpeedGrader and how do I use it?
Q: How do I get to SpeedGrader from an Assignment, Quiz, or graded Discussion?
Q: How do I leave feedback for my students in SpeedGrader?
[More on Grades ]

LTI (External Apps)

Q: What is LTI?
Q: Which LTI's are currently available through GLOW?
Q: Where can I find External Apps to use in my course? 

Using Media (Video or Audio)

Q: Why do I get the message "Access Denied" when I click on the Media buttons?

Modules

Q: What are Modules and how do I create a new one?
Q: How do I add items to a Module?
Q: How do I reorder a Module and Module items?
Q: How do I delete a Module and Module items? ?
Q: How do I use Draft State in Modules? ?
[More on Modules ]

Pages

Q: What are Pages? and how do I create a  new one?
Q: How do I edit Pages?
Q: How do I delete Pages?
Q: How do I link to other Pages?
Q: How do I create a file link in a Page
Q: How do I embed a video in a Page?
Q: How do I use Draft State in Pages?
[More on Pages ]

People/Roles

Q: How do I access People?
Q: What are the differences among TA, Grading TA and Grader-Homework?
Q: How do I access the Face Book?
Q: I can't print the Face Book page.  Help!

Quizzes

Q: What options are available for Quizzes?
Q: What are the different types of Quizzes?
Q: How do I create a Survey?
Q: How do I create a Question Bank?
[More on Quizzes ]

Rich Content Editor

Q: What is the Rich Content Editor?
Q: How do I embed images?
Q: How do I create a hyperlink?
Q: How do I link to a YouTube video?
Q: How do I record a video using the Rich Content Editor?
Q: How do I record audio using the Rich Content Editor?
Q: How do I use the Math Editor?
[More on Rich Content Editor ]

Signup Sheets

Q: How do I create a new signup sheet?
Q: How do I delete and edit openings?
Q: How do I sign up others?
Q: How do I print a signup list?
Q: How do I delete a signup sheet that I created?
Q: How do my students sign up for openings?

Syllabus

Q: What is the Syllabus and how do I use it?
Q: How do I navigate the Syllabus table and calendar? 

Additional Info

Q: How can I get more information?

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This page provides a how-to guide and an introduction to a media (audio & video) App for Glow.The same content is also available as a printable PDF.

attentionAccess Denied? This video App for Glow uses session cookies. Make sure that your browser does NOT block third-party cookies and site data.  For more information,  please refer to this FAQ page.

 Upload

You can upload media from the Course Media Gallery link on the left.

  1. Select Add Media, then in the Add New dropdown menu, select Media Upload. The Upload Media page is displayed.
  2. Click Choose a file to upload.
  3. In the Select file to upload window, select a media file to upload and click Open.
  4. Enter descriptive information about the media and click Save.

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NOTE: It may take a while for the media to show up on the Course Media Gallery page.

After a video is uploaded, it is converted for optimal playback. You can not preview or may not publish a video during conversion. You can edit media information during conversion.

To view content, click Play in the media player in Course Media Gallery.

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Record

Use the Record from Webcam feature to create webcam media such as welcome messages, introductions, assignment instructions, simple demonstrations, and other recordings.

  1. Select Webcam Recording from the Add New dropdown menu. The Record from Webcam page is displayed.
  2. If a flash player message is displayed, click Allow.
  3. Click anywhere in the recording area to start recording. Click anywhere in the recording area to stop recording, then click Save.
  4. Enter information about the media and click Save.

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Recording Your Screen

Workflow:

  1. Select the Screen Recording option
  2. Launch the Screen Recorder
  3. Select the options and area to capture, and start recording
  4. After recording, review the results and upload
  5. After uploading, enter descriptions.

*Google Chrome is recommended for Screen Recording*

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Adding Media inside Discussions, Assignments, Announcements, and other Course pages

1. In the Rich-Text Editor, click the Embed Media button under the V icon

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2. Click Select to select the content to embed. The preview dialog appears
3. Click Embed to embed the media, then Save

Managing Your Media

Your My Media page lists the media that you have already uploaded or created. When you open My Media, you can:

  • Edit media, which allows you to create shorter clips.
  • Select a frame to use as a thumbnail
  • Upload and manage captions
  • Disable or close comments
  • Delete the media

Copyright and Fair Use: Don’t risk infringing on the rights of authors!  Contact your library liaison to discuss your class media use and to get copyright clearance as needed.

Where to go for help and more information

If you need further help using Glow, setting up a new course, or copying your old course, please contact your Instructional Technology Liaison (use tab above for contact information).


New Look!

On June 6th, Glow received a face lift, in part to improve access from mobile devices. No functionality changed, and all courses will work as before. Only the top menu bar has been moved to a new position on the left. For
more information, check out the preview video and screen shots below or contact your ITech liaison.


 

When you login, the new dashboard provides a top-level view of your courses

New Dashboard

New Dashboard

 

The navigation menu that used to be on the top will move to the far left. This makes it much easier for students and others who use mobile devices with relatively narrow width screens to use the site.

New Left Side Navigation

New Left Side Navigation

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What is Glow?

Glow is Williams' Course Management System (CMS). It's a web-based and easy to use platform that supports instructors in their teaching and communication with students. Glow provides a suite of tools that makes it easy to put course materials online, including video and audio. It can also help faculty engage with students in a variety of ways including virtual discussion forums, the online scheduling of office hours and lab experiments, and the assignment, collection and grading of quizzes and homework to name a few.

FAQs for Students

This page provides a quick guide and list of FAQs to help students get started with Glow

Log in

You can login to the Glow service at http://glow.williams.edu. You should use your regular Williams username and password. If you can’t login and/or need to reset your password, you can either call student help desk at (413) 597-3088, or visit the student help desk for more help.

Glow FAQs for Students

First time using Glow
Q: What’s my username & password?
Q: How do I reset my password [passphrase] if I have forgotten it?
Q: How can I customize the Notifications?
          * Notes on Notifications for Discussions.

Calendar
Q: How do I use the Glow Calendar?
Q: How do I access my course Calendar?
Q: How do I filter my Calendar view by course?

File Management
Q: What are Files?
Q: Where are my user Files?
Q: Where are my course Files?
Q: How do I upload ZIP files?
Q: How do I create a folder in Files?
Q: How do I move and organize my files?
Q: How do I delete a file?

People / Face Book
Q:
How do I access People?
Q: How do I access the Face Book?

Rich Content Editor
Q:
What is the Rich Content Editor?
Q: How do I embed images?
Q: How do I record a video using the Rich Content Editor?
Q: How do I record audio using the Rich Content Editor?
Q: How do I use the Math Editor?

Signup Sheets

Q: How do I sign up for openings?

Using Media (Audio or Video)
Q
: Why do I get the message “Access Denied” when I click on the Media buttons?

Others
Q: Why am I not able to attach files to my Discussion posts?


AN UPDATED LOOK!

To preview, click on the video.


 

 

New Dashboard

New Dashboard

New Left Side Navigation

New Left Side Navigation

If you need further help using Glow, setting up a new course, or copying your old course, please contact your Instructional Technology Liaison.

Department ITech Liaison
Africana Studies Tamra Hjermstad
American Studies Tamra Hjermstad
Anthropology and Sociology Interim: Tamra Hjermstad
Art / Art History Mika Hirai
Asian Studies – Chinese Adam Wang
Asian Studies – Japanese Mika Hirai
Astronomy Trevor Murphy
Athletics Trevor Murphy
Biology Interim: Trevor Murphy
Comparative Literature Program Mika Hirai
Computer Science Tamra Hjermstad
Chemistry Interim: Trevor Murphy
Classics Mika Hirai
Dance Trevor Murphy
Economics / CDE Adam Wang
English Tamra Hjermstad
Environmental Studies Interim: ITech Liaison group
Geosciences Interim: ITech Liaison group
German and Russian Mika Hirai
History Interim: Mika Hirai
History of Science Interim: Trevor Murphy
Humanities Mika Hirai
Jewish Studies Mika Hirai
Latina/o Studies Mika Hirai
Leadership Studies Mika Hirai
Justice and Law Studies Mika Hirai
Linguistics Mika Hirai
Mathematics and Statistics Adam Wang
Music Trevor Murphy
Philosophy Trevor Murphy
Physics Trevor Murphy
Political Economy Adam Wang
Political Science Mika Hirai
Psychology Adam Wang
Religion Interim: Tamra Hjermstad
Romance Languages Mika Hirai
Theatre Trevor Murphy
WCMA Mika Hirai
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Mika Hirai
Williams in Africa Interim: ITech Liaison group
Williams-Mystic/Maritime Studies Interim: ITech Liaison group
Williams-Oxford Jonathan Morgan-Leamon