Coe Library 510B
1000 E. University, Dept. 3334
Laramie, WY 82071
ECTL Open Lab Hours
Work on your eCompanion or Course Studio websites and course design in our lab, where you will have ready access to our knowledgeable staff. We will gladly demonstrate procedures, answer your specific questions, or simply bounce ideas around with you.
As always, feel free to call 766-5499 or email email@example.com for more information, or to schedule another time to work with us if the above time won't work for you.
For supplementing classroom teaching, the University of Wyoming provides course websites via two online course platforms (LMS's) -- Course Studio and eCompanion. These platforms differ in look-and-feel and functionality; successful deployment requires some investment of time and practice. All instructors using a course site should read the Online Course Minima for the most concise and critical information.
>>> Note to eCompanion Users: Your user ID for eCollege/eCompanion is your UWYO domain user name, the part of your e-mail address up to the '@'. (This may be a change from the user ID that you last used. Your password remains the same.)
Note: Students will need to know what course platform you are using and how to access the course website. Refer them to the Student Info page.
This page will help you get started setting up your course websites and getting your students enrolled in them. For help with problems, see Troubleshooting Course Websites.
For more information, see the Create a Course Studio Website tutorial, or the full Instructions for Standard Teaching Tasks in Course Studio.
Instructors submit a Course Request form to ECTL for each course for which they would like an eCompanion course website. ECTL creates a blank shell for each course request, and then notifies instructors when courses are ready for content. Students and instructors are automatically enrolled in their eCompanion course websites. Students can access their courses one week before the semester starts.
For more information, see Getting Started with eCompanion or the full Instructions for Standard Teaching Tasks in eCompanion.