eCourseware Faculty Support

eCourseware Documentation


Shorten Your Wait!

Faculty and students, your courses in eCourseware will no longer take 24-48 hours to be available! Yep, you read that right! You asked and we listened. You will have access to courses shortly after registration (or being assigned to a course) during the semester’s enrollment period.

Course Combines

A Course Combine allows multiple course offerings, to be merged into one eCourseware course shell. It consists of one Primary Course and at least one Secondary Course. Only the classlist of the Secondary Course(s) is combined with the Primary Course. All student names will appear in one gradebook and a single classlist. See our web page which describes the course combine procedure.

Virtual Classroom

What is Virtual Classroom? Virtual Classroom allows you to virtually collaborate in a user-friendly setting. Instructors can schedule a synchronous meeting with individual students or multiple students in your course.

To get started using Virtual Classroom see our guide.


This ePortfolio tool combines social sharing and experiential learning concepts. This allows learners to store, share, and reflect on achievements that have shaped their own personal journeys.



Use the Content tool to post and organize course content. The Content tool clearly displays information about course expectations, course syllabus, lecture notes, and important dates.



The Dropbox tool allows you to see users' submission times and download dropbox folders to your computer. You can also view submissions with the document viewer on the Evaluate Submission page and associate dropbox folders to rubrics. Finally, you can return submissions to students with grades and feedback.



The Discussions tool is a collaboration area to post, read and reply to threads on different topics. Instructors and students can share thoughts about course materials, ask questions, share files, or work on assignments and homework.


As an instructor or course designer, you can set up your grade book to best reflect your approach to evaluation. This can include the grading system and grade scheme that is most appropriate for your course.


The Quizzes tool enables you to create and manage points-measured assessments. As part of your quantifiable assessment procedures, you can use quizzes to help evaluate users' learning progress and learning outcomes.