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Supplementary material for all AOU courses

AOU Learning Management System

Copyright © 2004 Arab Open University

User’s Manual
Tutors and students

Contents
Preface........................................................................................2 User accounts and logging in.....................................................2 Browsing through your course ...................................................4 Administering your group ..........................................................8 The weekly outline ......................................................................9 TMA grading ............................................................................12 Grade reports
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If your are a staff tutor, a course author, or a system administrator, then you better consult the Administrator ’s Manual. There you will find more information on how to administrate the AOU learning management system as well as other sources of information on managing courses and users. User accounts and logging in If this is you first time to use the AOU learning management system, the you need a username and a password. These should be available in the welcome letter addressed to you from the course team. If this letter didn’t make it to you then contact the one of course coordinators at your branch. Once your account is set up, go to your URL of the AOU learning management system in your branch and click on login in the upperright corner, or click on one of the course names.

This will bring you to the login screen where you should fill in your username and password. Fill in the information and click on Login to enter the your courses area.

AOU Learning Management System – User ’s Manual

2004 © – Arab Open University

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Click on one of the courses you are tutoring and see the next screen which looks like the following snapshot:

Note: The dates and number in all snapshots in this document are NOT to be taken literally. They are given only for explanation and are not meant to be valid dates for any of the AOU

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