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Frequently Asked Question for Teachers

1. How to request for a new course?

  a. You can request for a new course through DILC Helpdesk; just indicate the course title and course code.
  b. You can ask a course creator assigned in your College to create a course for you.

2. How to enroll your students in your course?

These steps:

    i. click on "Turn editing on" (on the upper left corner) | "Add a resource" | "File" 
   ii. type in "Name" of file | "Select files" | "Upload a file"  | Save 

3. I want my students to upload their files (not send to me those files as attachments). How can I let my students do that with UVLe?

After logging in at UVLe using your DilNet account, go to your course and follow these steps:

    i. Click on "Turn editing on"
   ii. Click on "Add an activity" under the relevant section
  iii. Under "Assignment", click on "Advanced uploading of files" (if you want your students to upload multiple files) or "Upload a single file"
    * If you do not want any submission beyond a set deadline, enable "Prevent late submissions" option. 
    * If you expect that a single submission involves a large file, adjust the upload size accordingly.

4. Who can create an UVLe course?

If a request is sent to uvle@upd.edu.ph, the DILC will create an UVLe course for any current faculty member of UP Diliman. Deans, department chairmen, College IT officers can also be authorized to create UVLe courses for their teachers.

5. What's the upload limit on UVLe?

For each file: 50Mb. No limit on the number of files. For files bigger than 50Mb, please see our torrent service.

6. How can I reuse my course?

You can reuse your course using this instruction. Reusing or reseting a course is better than starting a new one.

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