Build Easier Course Schedules

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Build Easier Course Schedules

Course scheduling is notoriously fiddly. Picking begin and end dates is a pain, with all that module and activity scheduling. But to be fair to your learners, you’ve got to be as specific as possible.

The PDF Assignment Builder (PDF), developed by George Joeckel and his colleagues at Faculty Assistance Center for Teaching (FACT) at Utah State University, aims to make the chore a little easier. The tool lets you build a tidy PDF-formatted syllabus, which is also helpful when planning your course.

It’s easy enough to use, but here’s a video that shows step-by-step instructions.

Our $150 Public Display of Affection

We at Talance have no problem with public displays of affection, which is why we’re laying it out there this month with our annual Customer Appreciation Month.


How’s it work?

Work with us on any new or existing development or design this month and mention the Customer Appreciation Month discount. We’ll automatically give you $150 off through August 2012.

Take it as a token of our love that it’s so darn easy.

With love,