Getting Started with Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning

Accessing Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning

Students will access their Personalized Learning content and assessment through a Webcourses@UCF assignment. No separate login is required.

  1. Navigate to your course in Webcourses@UCF.
  2. Click the Modules tab in the course navigation menu.
  3. Click the Assignment you wish to complete Personalized Learning content and activities for.

Alternative Access Instructions

Your instructor may provide alternate accessing instructions. If your instructor has provided alternative instructions, please follow the instructions provided to you.

Mobile Device Access

We recommend accessing Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning on a desktop or laptop computer. A mobile app for Realizeit will be released in the near future.

Starting Personalized Learning Assignments

When you first access your module assignment, a new window opens showing your Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning overview page. There are two main options for you to select from:

  • Determine knowledge
  • View your Learning Path

A screenshot of Realizeit showing the overview page with Determine Knowledge prompt

Determine Knowledge

Determine Knowledge is an optional component at the start of Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning assignments. If you choose to complete Determine Knowledge, Webcourses@UCF Personalized Learning will give you questions from throughout the assignment to test your current knowledge on the module topic. If you perform well on certain topics, you may be able to bypass those lessons and you will not have to go through those nodes unless you choose to do so. It is important to be honest in your answers so the system can use your responses to map out your personalized learning path, identifying areas you should focus on more, while allowing you to skip content you already know.

View Your Learning Path

If you choose not to complete Determine Knowledge, selecting View your Learning Path will allow you to begin the assignment from the beginning. You will have to complete all lessons (both content and questions) and work your way across the learning map from left to right.