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WyoWeb, the UW portal, houses web applications through which instructors manage records and communications.
Use Course Studio. The course materials component of WyoWeb is in the "My Courses" channel (not Faculty Dashboard or Self-Service Banner). In that channel, click on the Fall 2012 (or current semester) link to see a list of your course websites. The course title is a link given by a URL. By default, it links to an explanatory "No Course Website" page, but you can change it to Course Studio (the "Automatic" selection) with the edit button next to the course title.
In the Content Tools on the left side, use "Manage Files" to reach the file space, and then the "Add New File" section to designate and upload your syllabus from your own system. Your students will find it when they click on "Files" in the Course Tools section.
To learn more about how to set up Course Studio, the default type of course shell provided, come to a workshop or see the Course Studio Quick Start document. (Note that our full course platform, or LMS, eCompanion, allows display of the syllabus, as well, in addition to many more teaching options. If that describes your needs, see the Supplemental Course Websites page.)
When you log into WyoWeb, you should be able to e-mail your class using either the e-mail link (envelope icon) next to the course title in the Faculty Dashboard, or the class listing in "My Courses."
Your browser, the application that you are running to reach WyoWeb, will use the e-mail client (a different application program) that is defined within it. Different browsers define the e-mail client in different ways. The default configuration should handle Windows users in Internet Explorer, but others may need to seek help from their department's User Consultant or from Instructional Computing Services.
You want the screen entitled "Summary Class List," and you can find it in either from the Faculty Dashboard channel (Faculty tab) by clicking on the icon of people next to the class name, or in the Banner Self-Service Channel under the "Faculty and Advisors" menu. At the bottom of that screen, you will see a "Download" button, which will transfer to your computer system a comma-separated values file (".csv"), suitable for opening with a spreadsheet.
Use the channel called Faculty Grade Submission for both Mid-Term and Final grades. Please see the Information page of the Office of the Registrar:
Look under 'G' for "grades," for information.
To view your list of advisee:
|1. - Go to the Banner Self-Service channel and click on the link
- Click on Faculty and Advisors
- Click on Student Information Menu
- Click on Advisee Listing
- Select the proper term
2. - Go to Advisor Dashboard channel
More on searching:
In addition to Advisees, you can search through Students (for all enrolled in one of your classes for that term), Both, or All (for all registered at UW for the term). The percent symbol is a wildcard and is most commonly used when the spelling of a name in not known. For example, if John Rhys-Davis is the name of the student but you're not sure how the name appears in Banner, you could search in a couple of different ways.
Last Name: %Davis%
First Name: John
Click on 'All'
This will return all of the students currently enrolled whose first name is John and their last name contains Davis. Examples could include John Davis, John Smith-Davis, John Davison, but you would also pull up John Rhys-Davis
Last Name: %Rhys%
First Name: <blank>
Click on 'All'
This will return all of the students currently enrolled whose last name contains 'rhys' in some manner. Capitalization of letters in the search criteria does not matter.
Last Name: Shakes%
First Name: W%
Click on 'All'
This will return all of the student currently enrolled whose last name starts with 'Shakes' and whose first name starts with 'W'. William Shakespeare, Wayne Shakeston, and Whitney Shakescu could be examples.
If there are any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of the Registrar at 307-766-5272.
Last update: 28 August 2013; RKH