These recorded webinars let you learn about My Big Campus on your own time.
Learn how to make a free school or district web site using My Big Campus from middle school assistant to the principal Charles Motter who single-handedly created the Cumberland County middle school’s hosted school website.
MBC Documents are shareable, collaborative online documents with advanced text formatting, change tracking, and compatibility with popular online and offline file formats such as text, HTML, Pages, and Microsoft Word. You’ll learn how to create, edit, and organize them.
Whether you’ve used Schoolwork before, or it’s all new to you, you’ll come away ready to create and manage assignments, quizzes, and polls; import test questions; review and grade submissions; use academic reporting to ensure mastery of core curriculum standards; and more!
Groups are most commonly used to group together all the members of a class—just like your classroom. But you can also have groups for professional development, teams, clubs, and so on. Learn how to use them to share resources, hold discussions, assign schoolwork, and lots more!
An e-portfolio is an electronic collection of artifacts that are used to showcase exemplary work, demonstrate competency, show evidence of growth, or a combination of the above. My Big Campus makes it easy to create ePortfolios — with your students or of your own work.
Learn how to use Bundles to collect videos, group content, documents, text and assessments into self-contained online lessons — searchable, shareable, and tied to standards.
This webinar, geared to IT, will help you set up and deploy My Big Campus across your district.
Answer the questions “Why bother?” with Web 2.0 and “Why Use My Big Campus?” over the alternatives. Then take a tour of campus and see all you can do.
Join us for live webinar events to learn about My Big Campus — from an overview down to the details.
Sorry, there are currently no upcoming live webinars.