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CALENDAR

Overview

The Calendar tool can be an important communication tool in your unit. It enables you to schedule and communicate unit-related events for all the participants.

You can add, edit and view important dates for workshops and tutorials, guest lectures, assessment due dates, your office hours, and any exam information. You can also add personal events to track group meetings, milestones, and deadlines. You can choose to share personal events with other users, groups, sections or organisational units; and view events that others have shared with you.

Unit-related events are automatically shared with all users in the organisational unit in which you create the event. Users can view unit events that you post through the Calendar tool. You can create unit-related events in other tools and set them to appear in Calendar. This works with Checklist, Resources, Discussions, Assignments, Grades, Quizzes and Surveys.

Access Calendar tool
  1. Go to a unit site Home page.
  2. Under the Calendar widget, click on the action menu of the Calendar and select Go to Calendar.
    In this view, you can:
  • See a single day, week, or a month at a time.
  • Use the Day, Week, and Month tabs across the top of the page to change the calendar display.
  • View the events for a specific day by clicking a specific date on the Date Picker widget and also on the Calendar Grid.
Add an Event

Note: Ensure that the Unit Codes are always added to each Calendar entries. This helps students and staff to distinguish between calendar entries from different units. e.g. ABC101 – Assignment 1 due

  1. Click Create Event.
  2. Type a title for the event in the Title field.
    If you want to add a description, type in the Description field.
    Select the Attendees using the drop-down box or select the list of groups.
    Select a Start and End date/time for the event.
    If you want the event to repeat, click the Add Recurrence button and choose a pattern for the recurrence.
    Use the Add Restriction to set the visibility of the event.
    Enter a Location.
    Click Create.
Add a Task

You can add tasks that you need to complete to the Calendar tool.

  1. From the Calendar page, click on Add a task… text box on your right hand side. Enter a title for the task.
  2. To add a due date or a note to the task, click on the title of the task.
  3. Click on No due date, select a date and click the Save icon.
  4. Click on Add a note… to add notes for yourself.
Change your Calendar Settings

From the Settings page, you can set personal display properties for your calendar.

  1. From the Calendar page, click Settings located on the top right side.
  2. Change your settings accordingly.
  3. Click Save.
Edit an Event

Note: You cannot change a unit-related event to a personal event, however, all other fields are editable.

  1. On the Calendar page, click List to see all the events.
  2. Click on the title of the event you wish to edit.
  3. Click the Actions button next to the title and select Edit Events.
  4. Make the changes and click Save.
Print your Calendar
  1. On the Calendar page, click on the Print button.
  2. In the pop-up window, select your print options.
  3. Click Print and click OK from the pop-up window.
Delete an Event
  1. On the Calendar page, click List to see all the events.
  2. Click on the title of the event you wish to delete.
  3. Click the Actions button next to the title and select Delete Events.
  4. Click Yes to confirm that you wish to delete.

CLASSLIST

Classlist Overview

The Classlist can be a helpful tool for contacting your students and monitoring their progress. Additionally using the Demo Student in the Classlist, will let you view the unit as a student, which can help you in the design phase of your unit.

From the Classlist tool you can view students who are enrolled in your unit, check out who is online and send emails. You can also view user profiles, user progress; print a Classlist and check enrolment reports.

View User Profile

To view profile about your users, click on the image icon of the user.

Impersonate the Demo Student (Student View)
  1. Click on Classlist from the Tools drop-down list.
  2. Click on Impersonate from the context menu of _Student, _Demo.
  3. Click Yes to continue. Note: Only Unit Chairs and Lecturer roles can impersonate the Demo Student.
  4. To return back to your own account, click on the context menu of  _Demo_Student located on top right hand corner.
  5. Click on button to stop impersonating.
Enrol other staff

Note: Not all roles have the ability to enrol other staff. Refer to Roles and Permissions for more info. Unit Chair role do not have the ability to enrol student role.

  1. To enrol staff, click on Classlist from the More drop-down list.
  2. Click on Add Participants then select Add an existing user.
  3. Enter a name or username at the search box and click on the Search button.
  4. Under the search results, tick the box next to the staff who you wish to enrol.
  5. Select a role that is suitable for this staff. If you use section in your site, select the appropriate section.
  6. Click on Enrol Selected Users.
View User Progress
  1. Click on Classlist from the More drop-down list.
  2. Click on View Progress for from the context menu of the user whose progress you want to check.
  3. A list of reports is available to view. Click on the title of the tools to view the report.
Check Who's Online from Classlist

The Online Status icon (green dot) indicates the user is currently online.

Send an email from Classlist

Note: Teaching staff can also send email from the Assignments area or from the Gradebook.

  1. Select the users you want to email and click the Email icon.
  2. Type your subject and message in the appropriate fields. If you need to attach a file to your message, under Attachments, here you can drag and drop files from your computer into the upload target area. If this function is not available in your browser, click Upload and select the file then click on Open.
  3. Click Send.
    Note: if you are trying to email via the Classlist and you receive an error:
    “Error: Not authorised. You are not authorised to view the page you are trying to reach.”
    It’s likely that you have an active Quiz in progress.
    Go to your Update alerts and check if you have a Quiz in Progress; and if so, complete and submit the Quiz to re-enable your ability to send email within CloudDeakin.

CLASSLIST

Classlist
The Classlist can be a helpful tool for contacting your students and monitoring their progress. Additionally using the Demo Student in the Classlist, will let you view the unit as a student, which can help you in the design phase of your unit.

 

From the Classlist tool you can view students who are enrolled in your unit, check out who is online and send emails. You can also view user profiles, user progress; print a Classlist and check enrolment reports.

View user profile

To view profile about your users, click on the image icon of the user.

Impersonate the Demo Student (Student View)

  1. Click on Classlist from the Tools drop-down list.
  2. Click on Impersonate from the context menu of _Student, _Demo.
  3. Click Yes to continue.
    Note: Only Unit Chairs and Lecturer roles can impersonate the Demo Student.
  4. To return back to your own account, click on the context menu of  _Demo_Student located on top right hand corner.
  5. Click on button to stop impersonating.

Enrol other staff

Note: Not all roles have the ability to enrol other staff. Refer to Roles and Permissions for more info. Unit Chair role do not have the ability to enrol student role.

  1. To enrol staff, click on Classlist from the More drop-down list.
  2. Click on Add Participants then select Add an existing user.
  3. Enter a name or username at the search box and click on the Search button.
  4. Under the search results, tick the box next to the staff who you wish to enrol.
  5. Select a role that is suitable for this staff. If you use section in your site, select the appropriate section.
  6. Click on Enrol Selected Users.

View user progress

  1. Click on Classlist from the More drop-down list.
  2. Click on View Progress for from the context menu of the user whose progress you want to check.
  3. A list of reports is available to view. Click on the title of the tools to view the report.

Check who’s online from Classlist

The Online Status icon (green dot) indicates the user is currently online.

Send an email from Classlist

Note: Teaching staff can also send email from the Assignments area or from the Gradebook.

  1. Select the users you want to email and click the Email icon.
  2. Type your subject and message in the appropriate fields. If you need to attach a file to your message, under Attachments, here you can drag and drop files from your computer into the upload target area. If this function is not available in your browser, click Upload and select the file then click on Open.
  3. Click Send.
    Note: if you are trying to email via the Classlist and you receive an error:
    “Error: Not authorised. You are not authorised to view the page you are trying to reach.”
    It’s likely that you have an active Quiz in progress.
    Go to your Update alerts and check if you have a Quiz in Progress; and if so, complete and submit the Quiz to re-enable your ability to send email within CloudDeakin.

 

CLASS PROGRESS

Overview

The Class Progress tool helps teaching staff to track students’ overall progress in a unit. There are 9 different progress indicators:

  • Resources: displays how far the student has progressed through the resources in the unit.
  • Objectives: displays how each student is progressing through the objectives assigned.
  • Login History (Last 30 days): displays the number of logins to the system each day and summed as a total. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column, including date and number of sessions.
  • Grades: displays the current final grade as well as a visualisation of the scores of the last 15 items. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column, including grade item name and score.
  • Discussions: displays the key indicators of engagement for each student across all discussions, including the number of messages the student has read, the number of new posts and the number of replies have made to other messages.
  • Assignments: displays the current average on all assignments submissions as well as a visualisation of the scores of the last 15 items. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column including the assignment name and score.
  • Quizzes: displays the current average on all quizzes as well as a visualization of the scores of the last 15 items. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column including the quiz name and score.
  • Checklist: displays how far the student has progressed through the checklists in the unit.
  • Surveys: displays how far the student has progressed through the assigned surveys in the unit.
Access Class Progress
  1. Click on Tools on the navigation bar and select Class Progress.
  2. This page displays students’ name, username, student ID along with 4 progress indicators. By default: Resources, Objectives, Logins and Grades.
  3. To view individual student’s progress summary, click on the student name.
  4. Click on Class Progress to return to Class Progress page.
Replace Class Indicator

You can switch which progress indicators to display based on your preferences.

  1. Click on Settings to change the progress indicators.
  2. Select Replace from the context menu of the progress indicator you want to replace.
  3. Click on the progress indicator you want to use.
  4. Select Move Up or Move Down from the context menu of a progress indicator to rearrange the order in which it appears in Class Progress.
  5. Click Save and Close.
Customise Progress Report

Unit chair can customise how the progress reports look and can also control the thresholds for the colour indicators used in the visualisation charts.

  1. From the Class Progress page, simply click on a student name.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Un-check tools that you do not wish to include in the User Progress report.
  4. You can change the colour indicators and the score.
  5. When done, click Save and Close.

CLASS PROGRESS

Overview

The Class Progress tool helps teaching staff to track students’ overall progress in a unit. There are 9 different progress indicators:

  • Resources: displays how far the student has progressed through the resources in the unit.
  • Objectives: displays how each student is progressing through the objectives assigned.
  • Login History (Last 30 days): displays the number of logins to the system each day and summed as a total. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column, including date and number of sessions.
  • Grades: displays the current final grade as well as a visualisation of the scores of the last 15 items. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column, including grade item name and score.
  • Discussions: displays the key indicators of engagement for each student across all discussions, including the number of messages the student has read, the number of new posts and the number of replies have made to other messages.
  • Assignments: displays the current average on all assignments submissions as well as a visualisation of the scores of the last 15 items. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column including the assignment name and score.
  • Quizzes: displays the current average on all quizzes as well as a visualization of the scores of the last 15 items. Hovering over each bar provides details of each column including the quiz name and score.
  • Checklist: displays how far the student has progressed through the checklists in the unit.
  • Surveys: displays how far the student has progressed through the assigned surveys in the unit.
Access Class Progress
  1. Click on Tools on the navigation bar and select Class Progress.
  2. This page displays students’ name, username, student ID along with 4 progress indicators. By default: Resources, Objectives, Logins and Grades.
  3. To view individual student’s progress summary, click on the student name.
  4. Click on Class Progress to return to Class Progress page.
Replace Class Indicator

You can switch which progress indicators to display based on your preferences.

  1. Click on Settings to change the progress indicators.
  2. Select Replace from the context menu of the progress indicator you want to replace.
  3. Click on the progress indicator you want to use.
  4. Select Move Up or Move Down from the context menu of a progress indicator to rearrange the order in which it appears in Class Progress.
  5. Click Save and Close.
Customise Progress Report

Unit chair can customise how the progress reports look and can also control the thresholds for the colour indicators used in the visualisation charts.

  1. From the Class Progress page, simply click on a student name.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Un-check tools that you do not wish to include in the User Progress report.
  4. You can change the colour indicators and the score.
  5. When done, click Save and Close.

DISCUSSIONS

Overview

Discussions allow participants to discuss aspects of the unit with other students and staff teaching the unit.

The Discussions tool is a learner engagement space (or communication and collaboration space) where you and your students can read and reply to messages on different topics, share thoughts about unit materials, ask questions and share files.
Before you create a discussion topic, you must create at least one forum. You can use forums to organise your discussion topics in categories. Discussion topics do not stand alone, but are categorised into Forums. A Forum can contain any number of discussion topics. For example: in a unit with three assessments, an Assessment Forum could contain three discussion topics, one per assessment.

 

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Settings

You can personalise your Discussions settings.

  1. Click on Discussions link in the Site navigation bar.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. There are two ways to view posts inside a topic: using Grid View or Reading View.
  4. If you modify any of the settings, click Save.

Grid view

In this view, a list of posts appears at the top of the page, showing the subject, author, and date for each post.

Grid View

Note: The Reading View is the only available view if you access a post via the Resources tool.

The following threading styles are available:

  • Threaded: Groups posts together with their replies.
  • Unthreaded: Sorts posts by author, date, subject, Post ID, or average rating.

The following display settings are available:

  • Show the preview pane: Select this setting to open all posts in a preview pane, or clear it to open all posts in pop-up windows.
  • Show the search bar: Use the search bar to search for posts. You can also show or hide the search bar by clicking Show Search or Hide Search from the More Actions button inside a topic.

Reading view

In this view, the full text of every post always displays once you click on a thread.

Reading View

Post a Discussion Message
  1. Click on Discussions link on the navigation bar.
  2. If you are presented with a list of topics, click on the required topic to view the message(s) in that topic. 
    a. To post a new discussion message, click the Start a New Thread button.
    b. To reply to a particular message within a topic, go to the desired message, then click the Reply to Thread button.
  3. If the discussion topic is created as group topic, select the group where you wish to post your message from Post Thread to dropdown list.
  4. Enter the Subject of your message.
  5. Enter your Message.
  6. You can select to unsubscribe to your message.
  7. If you need to attach a file to your message, click Add a File.
  8. Here you can drag and drop files from your computer into the upload target area. If this function is not available in your browser, click Upload and select the file then click on Open. If you have set your viewing method to Grid View, click Add to attach files.
  9. Click Post to post the message.

For more information about how to read, subscribe, flag, search and print refer to the Discussions of student help guide.

Create a New Forum
  1. Click on Discussions link in the navigation bar.
  2. On the Discussions List page, click New and select New Forum.
  3. Enter a Title for the forum.
  4. If you want to automatically create a topic, select the Create a new topic in this forum with the same title check box.
  5. Enter text in the Description field, this will appear at the top of the discussion topic.
  6. Choose the required forum Options.
    a. Allow Anonymous Posts: Checking this option will allow anonymous messages to be posted to topics created within this forum. Anonymous messages are displayed with the message author ‘Anonymous’ in the Message List. Note that anonymous messages cannot be evaluated.
    b. Posts must be approved before being displayed: Checking this option will require messages posted to topics created within this forum to be approved before they are displayed to all users.
    c. Users must start a thread before they can read and reply to other threads in each topic.
  7. Availability
    a. To hide a Forum, select the option Hide this forum. This will ensure that the forum is hidden till the Forum is always visible option is chosen.
    b. To choose a specific date range, select Forum is visible for a specific date range, then tick Has Start Date and select the date and time from when the Forum should be visible. To select the End Date, tick the Has End Date box and select the end date.
    Note: You can use the Now button to choose the current Date and Time.
  8. Locking Options
    a. To lock the forum when it is created, select Lock forum. Students can no longer post until Unlock forum is selected again.
    b. To choose a specific date range, select Unlock forum for a specific date range, then tick Has Start Date and select the date and time from when the Forum should be locked. To select the End Date, tick the Has End Date box and select the end date.
    Note: You can use the Now button to choose the current Date and Time.
  9. Click Save to save the forum, or Save and Add Topic to save the forum and create a new topic within it.
Create a New Topic
  1. On the Discussions List page, click New and select New Topic.
  2. Select the Forum in which the topic needs to be created from the dropdown menu.
  3. Select the Topic Type:
    Discussion Topic
    a. Open topic: use this option for discussions topic that is available to all students. You can also use this option for group discussions with Group Restrictions under the Restrictions tab.
    b. Group or section topic: this option is best for group discussions. That is one discussion topic is created for an entire group and posts within it are associated with specific groups. Teaching staff can use the All Groups filter on the topic to view all posts or to only view posts for a specific group.
    Discussion Filter
    Students only see threads from their own group.
    Note: Once you’ve created and saved the topic, you cannot change the topic type.
  4. Enter a Title for the topic.
  5. Enter a Description in the HTML editor (this will appear at the top of the topic while students are composing their messages).
  6. Choose the required Options.
  7. Availability
    a. To hide a Topic, select the option Hide this topic. This will ensure that the topic is hidden till the Topic is always visible option is chosen.
    b. To choose a specific date range, select Topic is visible for a specific date range, then tick Has Start Date and select the date and time from when the topic should be visible. To select the End Date, tick the Has End Date box and select the end date.
    Note: You can use the Now button to choose the current Date and Time.
    c. Users must start a thread before they can read and reply to other threads.
  8. Locking Options
    a.To lock a Topic when it is created, select Lock topic. Students can no longer post until Unlock topic is selected again.
    b. To choose a specific date range, select Unlock topic for a specific date range, then tick Has Start Date and select the date and time from when the Topic should be locked. To select the End Date, tick the Has End Date box and select the end date.
    Note: You can use the Now button to choose the current Date and Time.
  9. Click Save to save the topic, or Save and New to save the topic and create a new topic.
  10. Click the Restrictions tab for more topic options such as Release Conditions and Group Restrictions.
    a. Release Conditions: Click Create and Attach or Attach Existing to add release conditions to your Discussion topic. For more information regarding conditional release, see the Release conditions guide.
    b. Group Restrictions: While you can use Group Restrictions here, it is easier to create Group-restricted discussion topics using the Groups Tool. To restrict access to specific groups or sections, tick beside Restrict this topic to the following groups. Then click Add Groups to select the groups or sections that should have access to the topic. For more information on how to create groups, see the Groups guide.
  11. If you wish to have a grade and/or rubric attach to the discussions topic, follow the steps below:
    a. Click on Assessment tab and click on New Grade Item.
    b. From the pop-up window, enter a Name and Max Points.
    c. If you wish to attach rubric, click Add Rubric. From the list of rubrics, select the rubric that you wish to use and click Add Selected.
    Note: You must use this method to ensure that students are able to view the graded rubric through Grades tool.
    d. Click Save.
    e. Enter Score Out Of.
    f. Click Save and Close.
Grade a Discussion
  1. Click on Discussions link in the navbar.
  2. Select Assess Topic from the context menu of the topic you’re going to grade.
  3. Click on Topic Score.
  4. If you’ve attached a rubric to your discussions, you’re able to see the rubric.
  5. Scroll to the bottom to read student’s postings.
  6. If you’re grading with analytic rubric, it automatically transferred the score to Topic Score. If not, enter a score under Topic Score.
  7. Tick the box of Publish score on save.
  8. When you’ve finished grading, click Save and Close.
  9. Repeat step 3 to 8 for all students in your class.Copyright 2017 | Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code 00113B

GROUPS

Overview

Teamwork is one of Deakin’s graduate outcomes. CloudDeakin can help you set up groups and group work in your unit to facilitate this outcome.

The Groups tool is used to create group work areas for students and tutors. Groups can be used to organise students’ work on projects or assignments, or to create special work areas for users with different learning needs.

Students can belong to any number of groups in the same unit. For example: a student could belong to a group for each class project, a special interest discussion group, and a group for advanced students all at the same time. Each group can have its own discussion, assignments folders, and locker area to work in. Members of groups can be graded as a team or individually

Create groups

You have options to create groups and let the system to automatically assign students to groups or you can let your students to self-enrol into groups. Self-enrolment allows users to enrol in groups on their own. Unit Chairs/Teaching Staff may use this option when they want users to have the freedom to choose their own group members or to be a part of a group on a topic that interests them. Unit Chairs need to ensure that the Groups link is available on the Navbar for students to self-enrol.

  1. Click on Tools and then click on Groups.
  2. Click on New Category.
  3. Enter a Category Name. This is the name for the group or the title for the group. e.g. Assignment 1, Group Discussions.
  4. Enter a Description if you wish.
  5. Select one of the following Enrolment Type:
    • # of Groups: No Auto Enrolments: You need to manually enrol students in groups
    • Groups of #: Each group will have a maximum of # number of students
    • # of Groups: # number of groups
    • Groups of #: Self-enrolment
    • # of Groups: Self-enrolment
    • # of Groups of #: Self-enrolment
    • Single user, member-specific groups. Using this option creates a group with a single student where the first name and last name of the student is the name of the group. Go to Step 10.
  6. Enter the Number of Groups. If you’ve selected # of Groups of #, enter Number of Users.
  7. Enter the Group Prefix if you wish.
  8. If you’ve selected # of Groups or Groups of #, you’ll have the options to Auto-Enrol New users and Randomise users in Groups.
    Note: Add users who enrolled late to a group manually if Auto Enrol New Users is not selected.
  9. If you’ve selected self-enrolment options, you can set the self-enrolment expiry date. You can also allocate unenrolled users after Self-Enrolment Expiry Date.
  10. Create Workspace can help create a discussion area/set up a locker/set up an Assignment for each group separately.
  11. Click Save.
Modify or add users to groups

You can manually change which group a user is enrolled in or search for users who have not been assigned to a group.

  1. From the Manage Groups page, use the Categories dropdown list to navigate to the categories you wish to add users.
  2. Click Enrol Users in Selected Group from the context menu of the category name.
  3. Select whether you want to display All Groups or a specific group.
  4. Enter information in the Search For field to search for a specific user or use the Not Enrolled option to find users that still need to be added to a group.
  5. Click Search.
  6. Enrol users or adjust enrolment using the check boxes in the Enrol Users grid. 
    Note: It is necessary to untick the group the student is currently enrolled in
     (appears next to the student name in the list) to avoid student from being in two groups.
  7. Click Save when you are finished.

Note: Manually enrolling users allows you to exceed the enrolment limit for a group.

Edit groups and categories

Note: Changing the Group Prefix will only impact on newly created groups – existing groups will retain as the previous name.

  1. From the Manage Groups page, use the Categories dropdown list to navigate to the categories or groups you wish to edit.
  2. Click on the name of the group or category you want to edit.
  3. Update the appropriate fields.
  4. Click Save.
Delete groups and categories
  1. From the Manage Groups page, use the Categories dropdown list to navigate to the categories or groups you wish to delete.
  2. Select the check box beside the group or category you want to delete.
  3. Click the Delete Selected Groups button.

What happens when you delete a group?

  • If Auto-Enrol New Users is selected, users are automatically distributed in the remaining groups.
  • If groups are set up for manual enrolment, users must be added to the remaining groups using the Enrol Users page.
  • Group discussion forums remain available for reference. They can be deleted using the Discussions tool.
  • Group locker areas and the files they contain are deleted.
  • Group assignment folders and the files they contain are deleted.

What happens when you delete a category?

  • Users are no longer enrolled in groups because they do not exist.
  • Group discussion forums remain available for reference. They can be deleted using the Discussions tool.
  • Group locker areas and the files they contain are deleted.
  • Group assignment folders and the files they contain are deleted.

 

NEWS

Overview

The News tool enables you to communicate updates, changes and new information to your students quickly and effectively.

News postings appear in the News widget on the unit homepage. Since this is the first page that the users often see when they log in or access their units, it’s a good way to display pertinent information.

 

Create a News Posting
  1. Navigate to the News widget.
  2. Click on Add News Item.
  3. Type the posting headline in the Headline field.
  4. Type your posting text in the Content field. You can use any of the features of the HTML Editor.
    Note: When using images in your news posting, ensure that the maximum image width is 650 pixels.
  5. If you do not want the date to appear by the headline, deselect the Always show start date check box.
  6. Select the Start Date.
    Note: If you set a posting’s start date to a date in the future, the posting will not be visible to students until that date. For example, if you want a News posting to appear first thing Monday morning, you could create it on Friday afternoon and specify a start date of Monday at 9.00 am.
  7. If you want to specify an end date for your News posting, select the Remove news item based on end date check box and specify an end date.
    Note: You can still see the posting after this date, but it is hidden from students.
  8. You can add attachments to your News posting, such as pictures or other files. To add an attachment, click the Add a File button in the Attachments section, drag files over an upload target (contain the text ‘Drop files here, or click below’) then click Add. If this functionality is not available in your browser,
    • click Upload to locate the file that you want to upload
    • click Open
    • then, click Add.
  9. You can also release the News item using release conditions. Only those students who have met the conditions will be able to view the News item.
  10. Click Publish.

Note: Your News posting appears on the unit homepage on the date that you selected. If you selected Show Start Date, the date of the posting appears beside the headline.

 

Edit a News Posting
  1. Select the Edit icon from the News item you wish to edit.
  2. Make your required changes.
  3. Click Update.
Reorder News Postings
  1. Navigate to the News widget.
  2. Click on See all News.
  3. Click on the More Action button and select Reorder.
  4. Select the new position for a News item using the Sort Order dropdown box. The positions of other folders or categories will adjust accordingly.
  5. Click Save.
Delete a News Posting
  1. Navigate to the News widget.
  2. Click on See all News.
  3. Click the Delete icon from the context menu of News item you wish to delete.
  4. Click Yes in the confirmation message.

Delete an attachment from a news item:

  1. Click the Delete icon for the attachment you want to delete.
Restore a News Posting
  1. Navigate to the News widget.
  2. Click on See all News.
  3. Click on the More Action button and select Restore.
  4. Tick the box on the News item you wish to restore and click on Restore.