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Introduction to Campus Instruction

I know that we are doing some troubleshooting with the new Infinite Campus: Campus Instruction site, but I'm wrapping up my preparations for this week's technology professional development workshops and I'll be covering Campus Instruction (IC Basics) with those in attendance. During my research, I found this YouTube video from IC, which I originally saw last spring. For those of you who want to get a glimpse of what is coming, it gives you a pretty good and quick look at it.


So, what do you think? Looks pretty cool, right?

For those of you who used the old gradebook last year, we warned you that the old gradebook would be going away. And it has. So it is in your best interest to get your bearings now. Check out this page for help setting up your gradebook and getting a hang out the initial new points to gradebook beta. And here is an additional resource from my blog about Gradebook Beta itself.

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