Dear Faculty,  UCF and the Center for Distributed Learning are here to help you. Please see the following list of resources we’ve curated to help you Keep Teaching your courses remotely.  General Expectations Faculty Guidelines for Teaching Remotely and Flexibly During Spring 2021  Required Academic Engagement Activity  UCF Integrity Line. If you believe you have experienced abusive …

Dear Faculty, The Rich Content Editor in Webcourses@UCF has been updated with a cleaner, clearer format when you edit your course Pages. If you use Action Icons, their location has changed slightly- please see the directions linked here: https://cdl.ucf.edu/support/webcourses/guides/action-icons/ Please contact Webcourses@UCF Support if you have questions or need assistance.  Have a safe and healthy holiday break!

Martha Hubertz, Ph.D., College of Sciences (Department of Psychology), was awarded the 2020 Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Excellence in Online Teaching.  Honorable Mentions include:  Nicole Damico, Ph.D., College of Community Innovation and Education (School of Teacher Education) Martha Garcia-Stout, PharmD., JD., College of Health Professions and Sciences (Department of Health Sciences)

If your exam could include equations, we have found an issue where the minus sign might not display in the Chrome Browser if you have hardware acceleration enabled in your browser settings. The workaround is to turn off hardware acceleration in Chrome before starting your exam. Directions to turn off Hardware Acceleration in the Chrome …

The Student Perception of Instruction (SPI) is a confidential and anonymous evaluation of course instruction which allows you to give feedback about your Fall 2020 courses and instructors. Each course’s online questionnaire includes ONLY 11 questions (9 multiple choice and 2 open comment questions) that will not be shared with your teachers or their departments …

The option to display a personal pronoun after your name in various areas within Webcourses@UCF has been enabled.  Your preferred pronoun will appear in areas like Discussions, the Inbox, the course or group People page, and your User Profile page.  To select a personal pronoun option:  Log into Webcourses@UCF.  Select “Account” icon from the left frame.  Click on the word “Settings”.  Choose the “Edit Settings” option (normally …

As the Center for Distributed Learning works toward improving the quality of the support services offered, we would like to hear about your experiences with the Webcourses@UCF Support team. Our hope is to use your responses from the Webcourses@UCF Support Satisfaction Survey to assist in directing us on how we can better utilize our resources to assist you.   >> Take the Survey << 

The Fall 2020 Withdrawal Deadline is Friday, October 30th. The New Analytics tool in Webcourses@UCF provides an easy way for faculty to identify and contact students who may need assistance or referral to an academic advisor. New Analytics allows instructors to track average course grades for student submissions using an interactive chart graph or a data table. Faculty can also send a message to students based on specific course grade or participation criteria.  Need assistance with the New Analytics tool …

The reported issue with images in the Safari Web browser has been resolved.  Safari users may need to clear their cache and cookies for images to appear. Safari user may also re-apply the “Prevent cross-site tracking” on Website tracking under Safari’s Privacy settings if they wish. If you have any further issues with Webcourses@UCF, please open a support ticket with …