05-02. Viewing material contents

日本語版(Japanese)

The material contents include distributed materials and materials you should read for preparation and review. The following explains how to view material contents.

  1. In the Lectures window or Contents window, click the material contents you want to view.
  2. The detailed information of the selected material content is displayed.
    Click the file name of 〔Attach file〕.

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    Depending on the setting by the teacher, the explanation window may not be displayed. In that case, the file is displayed.
  3. The "ファイルのダウンロード (File Download)" window appears.

Items in the Material contents window

Item Information Remarks
Title Name of the material  
Posted by Name of the teacher who posted the material content  
Attach file Material contents Click the file name to see the contents.
Reference period Available period of the material content
Reference
Difference between the Reference period and Accessible period ⇒ Difference between the Reference period and Accessible period
Accessible period Period when the material content is accessible as a back number

Difference between the Reference period and Accessible period

The Reference period and Accessible period are both accessible periods set by the teacher.

  • Reading the material during the Reference period: The access is recorded and the teacher can see who reads the material, as well as how many times and when.
  • Reading the material during the Accessible period: The access is not recorded and the teacher cannot tell who reads the material how many times when.
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Some teachers may give grades only to those students who read the material during the Reference period.

Notes on viewing material contents

  • The Reference period of a material content is determined by the teacher. Ask the teacher, if you want to see the content before or after the Reference period. Each teacher sets material contents in his or her own way.
  • Teachers can get the record of each student’s history of referencing material contents. Some teachers may take the reference record into consideration when they give a grade.

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