Click theNew Classbutton in the upper right hand corner of theMy Classespage to begin setting up your new class.
You will then be walked through what you need to do to create your new class.
Step 1: Setting Up Your Class
First, you'll need to enter some basic information. When you type aClass Namein the space shown below, the URL (web address) is created automatically.*
You may choose to add aClass Codeif you would like (for example, Math 101). Next, type a short summary of your class (optional), describing it to your audience. TheClass Summaryis displayed on theMy Classespage. Below theClass Summary, you can assign theClassto aSchool Year(if your domain is using School Years) manage some basic visibility settings, and turn on or off several optionalclass featureslike theCalendarorInbox.
Note: for Domain accounts, the default settings you see here will depend on the default settings for your Domain.
*Hint: You can make your class easier to find by choosing a shorter URL.
Step 2: Selecting a Class Schedule
You now have the option of creating aClass Schedule, which will define the beginning and ending dates forTermsorGrading Periodsin your class.
If you do not want to use a schedule, selectNo Schedule Required. You may use anExisting Schedulefrom a class you have already made (or one set by yourDomain Administrators), or you may create a new schedule by clickingCreate New Scheduleand selecting a schedule type from the list displayed below.
TheSimple Scheduleallows you to choose a start date and an end date for your class right away. The other schedule types will allow you to set theTermandGrading Perioddates on the following page.
That's it! Now that your class is set up, you may want to get started by clicking theAdd Content Blockbutton. Then, select the type of content you wish to enter. Click onAdd Pageto add additional pages to your class site.