Read more about how to create a teacher account, set up courses, invite students to participate, and associate teaching assistants.
Before you can start using curriculearn.dk, you will need to create a teacher account for yourself. Fortunately this only takes a few minutes and gives you instant access.
To create a teacher account,
The course overview is the front page and main hub of curriculearn.dk, as well as the place where you select the currently active course.
From this page you can,
Note that users, who initially signed up as teachers can both be teachers and students, while users who were initially invited as students cannot be teachers and create their own courses. Thus, if you started using curriculearn.dk as a student you must create a new (teacher) account if you at a later stage want to use the system as a teacher.
When you first log in to curriculearn.dk, you will see the on-screen getting started guide.
By following the steps in this guide, you will be taken through the process of setting up your first course in curriculearn.dk. The guide can be disabled by deselecting Show help at startup at the bottom and pressing Close and enabled again at any later time in the personal profile.
Your personal profile contains information about your name, password, and email as well as other settings that apply throughout curriculearn.dk. You access the profile settings via the menu with your name in the top right hand corner of the window.
Select the option Edit Profile to,
On the course settings page you control global course settings, such as the course title and subject area, the active period of the course, and default grading settings. You access the settings by selecting Course Settings from the menu at the top with the name of the course. Please note that this menu is first available once you have selected a course from the Course Overview.
In the course settings you can edit the following information.
To get an overview of the students registered on your course, their performance and status, as well as to register students on a course, select Show Students from the course menu at the top of the window.
When you first enter this page on a new course, the list of students at the top will be empty.
In curriculearn.dk, students are identified by a student ID and a class name. To register students on the course,
TIP: Importing a large number of students
If you need to register a large number of students on a course, it is usually easiest to try to obtain a list of student IDs and class names from your institution's administration in tabular format such as CSV (Comma-Separated Values, .csv) or Microsoft Excel (.xls/.xlsx).
Then, to import the student IDs,
Which number should I use for student ID (ticket)?
Typically a student number or other identification number is used as ticket or student ID, and in principle, any number will do as long as it is unique at the institution. The students will also need to know which number to use as they will need this (their ticket) during registration.
The following institutions have standard student IDs,
To add other teachers to your course, such as lecturers and teaching assistants and control their privileges, select Show Teachers from the course menu at the top of the window.
Initially, for a new course, you will be the only teacher associated with the course and have full priveleges as course administrator. This can be seen next to your name in the table, where the role is defined as (teacher, course organiser).
To add other persons to your course as teachers, they must have a curriculearn.dk account. Any user can become teacher, regardless of whether they initially signed up as a student or teacher. If you want to add someone who it not yet a curriculearn.dk user, please ask them to create a teacher account from the home page first. Once they have completed the registration process, you can come back to this page and add them as teachers.
To add an existing curriculearn.dk user as teacher,
With your curriculearn.dk teacher account, you can participate in an unlimited number of courses, which are all listed on the Course Overview. These can be courses that you have created yourself or courses that other teachers have created and invited you to participate in, either as a student or as a teacher. However, if you first created your account by being invited as a student to a course, you cannot use this account as a teacher account. In this case, go to the front page and create a new teacher account.
From the course overview screen you can see a list and enter any of the courses that you participate in (provided that they are active),
In addition, you can use the course management tool to control the courses that you are authorised to access. To enter this, select Manage Courses from the Tools menu at the top of the window.
On this page you can,