The eCampus system will be down 8 a.m. May 10 to 5 p.m. May 11 for an upgrade that will improve security and give instructors several new features, including “receipts” that provide time, date and other information about student submissions. If the work on eCampus is completed earlier than anticipated, the system could be available before 5 p.m.
New features include:
- Reminders: From the full grade center, instructors can send email reminders for
assignments and assessments, including manually created columns. Students and
members of the groups will receive a system-generated email for the missing coursework
that lists the course name, coursework and due date where applicable.
- Drag and Drop Files: When instructors create content items, assignments and web
links, they can drag and drop files from their computers. This feature is also
available to students when they submit assignments.
- Floating Submit Bar: Submit and Cancel buttons will always pin to the bottom of
the page, regardless of the device you’re using.
- Submission Receipts: Within the grade center from the reports menu, instructors
can keep track of all student submissions, regardless of whether the attempt
or assignment is deleted or the submission history is changed. A submission receipt
is captured and includes information such as attached file information, date
and time the student submitted it. This provides evidence for academic disputes
and gives students assurance about their work.
Further details are available at eCampus May 2017 Upgrade.
ITS apologizes for any inconvenience this planned maintenance may create and appreciates your patience. Please direct any questions to ITSHelp@mail.wvu.edu.
REMINDER: Summer course shells are available to develop or roll over from prior term. However, students will not be able to access summer courses until the start date, as set in STAR.