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CE Notes Student User’s Guide. Version-2; Module 00-A Revised: 1/6/2003. Points to Cover. Why – What is the purpose? What – What does CE Notes do? How – What makes CE Notes work? Where – what is the URL? cenotes.tamu.edu. Purpose.

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ce notes student user s guide

CE Notes Student User’s Guide

Version-2; Module 00-A

Revised: 1/6/2003

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points to cover
Points to Cover
  • Why – What is the purpose?
  • What – What does CE Notes do?
  • How – What makes CE Notes work?
  • Where – what is the URL?cenotes.tamu.edu

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  • The main purpose is to enhance (add value to) the exchange of information between Instructor and Student without creating extra work for ourselves – i.e., HTML maintenance.
  • Make possible a number of enhancements (add more value): capturing e-mail addresses, distributing individual grades, etc. without creating extra work – i.e., make course administration more routine.

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how it works basic concept
How it Works -- Basic Concept
  • Students may retrieve, print, view any file in the server’s folder/file structure from any browser. (This is the easiest way to administer files.)
  • Students may retrieve, print, view and files on the server by week. (85-95% of the 349 and 111 students asked for this feature.)

This is what adds the value to what we are already doing.

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basic concept
Basic concept … …
  • Properly registered Students may retrieve their grades by email.
  • There are plans to develop collaboration modules this semester.
  • There are plans to develop interactive graded exercises this semester.

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hands on examples follow
Hands On Examples Follow
  • How to Access CE Notes
  • How to Log On
  • How to Browse Material
    • By Folder\File
    • By Week
  • How to Get Your Grade

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registration hints
Registration Hints

It is important that everyone understand that doing this correctly and thoughtfully is key to future success.

  • Remembering 5-digit SID, and UserID, and password is essential to accessing Grade reports, graded exercises, and the like.
  • A guest UserID and Password is “students” and “study” may be available at the Instructor’s option.

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what the student sees
What the Student Sees!
  • Public Folders and Files
  • Public Files Organized By Week
  • Access to Their Grades in Your Class

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Click-on the Student Menu and you can:
    • Browse Folders and Files
    • Browse Weeks, and
    • Have your Grades emailed to your email account.
other functionality
Other Functionality
  • Assignments may appear on the Announcements Link.
  • Assignments may appear on the Assignments Link.

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answers to faq s
Answers to FAQ’s?
  • URL? – cenotes.tamu.edu
  • Netscape display looks “funny?” Use IE5.
  • Yes, you can see thru the TAMU Firewall.
  • Why can’t I get my grades.
    • You have to have registered with the correct SID for this to work.
    • Sometimes grade e-mails with the “tamu.edu” tag are treated as “spam” by YAHOO and HOTMAIL
    • Make sure your mailbox has enough space to receive messages.
    • Bad luck, life is not always fair.

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