Jan 18, 2018 · ARCHIVED: Oncourse. This content has been archived, and is no longer maintained by Indiana University. Information here may no longer be accurate, and links may no longer be available or reliable. Important: Oncourse is retired. For details, see About the Oncourse retirement.
Oncourse, IU’s legacy online collaboration and learning environment, powered by the Sakai community, has been supporting teaching and learning, committees, projects, research, and portfolios for Indiana University’s community of students, faculty, and staff since 2005. With the upcoming retirement of Oncourse, all instructors are
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May 20, 2016 · Oncourse, the open source learning management system that is used by IU, was created right here – and is constantly being revised, tweaked, and improved. (Technically Oncourse is our version of Sakai). Oncourse provides a place for collaboration and learning for faculty and students. Every course taught at IU automatically gets an Oncourse site.
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For most tasks, Oncourse has no autosave feature. You can lose your work in Oncourse in some situations, especially when you’re typing in a text box or field. Therefore, UITS recommends saving your work often. See below for details. About the timeout period. The Oncourse server disconnects your session after two hours of perceived inactivity.
There are two options for entering grades – Choose the option that meets your needs (either One.IU or Oncourse), and use only that option for entering/submitting all grades. Reasons to choose Oncourse You already maintain course grades in Oncourse. There may be performance benefits, especially if using a slow internet connection