Vermont Department of Libraries

November 13, 2007

UNT ( LE@D – University of North Texas) to upgrade Learning Management System

Filed under: Continuing Education, WJ-VT — vtdeptlib @ 12:00 pm

If you are enrolled in any LE@D – University of North Texas online workshops through WebJunction or are planning to enroll in any in the next couple of weeks, please read the following message and pass it along to your co-workers. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions at 828-3261 or mara.siegel@mail.dol.state.vt.us.

Mara

From the latest LE@D Newsletter:

In order to serve you better, the University of North Texas will be upgrading from WebCT Vista 3.0 to Vista 4.2 over the Christmas holidays. Therefore, all current LE@D courses must be completed by December 17. Registrations received after December 17 will open January 3 in the new learning management system. Courses on the old server will be closed and will no longer be accessible.

Q. What happens if I start a course before December 17, but don’t finish it?
A. Anything you did in the course prior to the upgrade will not transfer. If you completed the pre-test, for example, that score will not transfer to the new upgrade.

Q. If I have finished the course before December 17, will I have access to the course material in January?
A. No.

Q. I want to register for a class, but don’t think I can finish by December 17. Should I wait to register?
A. Even though a LE@D tutorial can be finished in 2 to 3 hours, we promise a minimum of 30 days access to a course. Registrations received after December 3 will not be activated until January. If you can’t complete the course before December 17, please wait to register.

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