If you are a faculty member at Brightspace NYU, you have probably heard about Brightspace. This program is a great way to share content and collaborate with others. The NYU community has developed many tools to help faculty members use Brightspace. You can also create a personal profile, manage files, and re-use content created by NYU classes.
Create a course site Brightspace NYU
NYU Brightspace is a cloud-based learning platform. Its aim is to provide faculty with tools to create and deliver online courses. It is also designed to support self-paced learning. You can get started by following the Getting Started instructions on the main page of the system. If you need additional help,Click consult the Ed Tech support team for assistance.
After registering, create your first course site. You will be asked to input a title for the course. Then, click the “Create Site” button. After that, add the contents and files for the course. If you are not satisfied with the title, make adjustments.
Brightspace NYU has a great interface for instructors and students. Instructors can create, edit, and manage class content from their instructor account. It is easy to manage and sort the content based on the course. Brightspace also offers a classlist tool that lets instructors view course content by groups and sections.
Manage files Brightspace NYU
Brightspace offers a tool to manage files and folders. Files can be uploaded to this tool via a MyCarletonOne login. Brightspace recommends that you organize your files into folders, one for each module of content. You can view the file content by clicking on the file’s name, and use the contextual drop-arrow to view additional options.
The platform allows faculty to customize their dashboards and ensure that all students are working from the same format. The intuitive interface also makes it easy for faculty to manage files and add content. Students can also view the same format regardless of which class they are taking. Brightspace is also compatible with Mac and PC computers.
In addition to the features of Brightspace, faculty can use the platform for communication and collaboration with their students. It also allows them to share multimedia and learning materials. In addition to these tools, Brightspace also offers several options for managing files. One of these options is the Manage Files tool located in the Content area. This tool provides a list of files, their contents, and a tree view.
Create a personal profile
Brightspace is the learning management system used by NYU. The system allows all faculty to create course sites, manage rosters, post announcements to students, and upload and organize course content. Instructors can also manage assignments within the system. The NYU Learning Science Lab also offers training sessions and workshops in Brightspace, as well as office hours for instructors.
The NYU LMS and Brightspace both support Zoom. The tool enables instructors to hold class meetings online and allows students to join from anywhere. Instructors manage Zoom sessions through Brightspace, where they can send meeting links and recordings. To schedule a Zoom meeting, start by signing in with your netID and password.
Reuse NYU Classes content
Reusing NYU Classes content is possible for those who are already using the NYU Learning Management System, or Brightspace. In order to move content from one site to the other, faculty members must follow certain procedures, including adjusting due dates and reordering items. These instructions are available in the “Copy from Another Site” article on the NYU Servicelink website.
Instructors can create new course sites for the upcoming term by activating them in the NYU LMS and Brightspace. If an instructor is planning to attend one of the FITL workshops, she should give the FITL team at least 24 hours’ notice. The workshop is designed for faculty and staff using Brightspace.
NYU IT originally planned to move classes to Brightspace by January 2021, but COVID-19 affected the timeline and forced the university to extend the transition until December 2021. By the end of the fall of 2021, most classes will be on Brightspace. Until that point, NYU Classes will still be available. In the meantime, faculty will start migrating their existing courses to Brightspace.