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L&S Lessonshare 2.0 (African, Statistics, English 100, English Literature): Add a new user

June 30, 2015 by Sue Weier

These instructions explain how to add a new user to the newest versions of Lessonshare, currently used for African Languages and Literature, Statistics, and English 100.  You will need to be the department contact for the Lessonshare site for this to work, and you will need the new person's NetID to complete this procedure. Read more »

L&S LessonShare 1.0: Approve or Delete a user account

August 29, 2013 by Sue Weier

This page applies to the first generation of LessonShare websites: Dutch, Classics, English 201, English Literature, French, German, Italian and Russian. It does not apply to the African, Statistics, or English 100 Lessonshares.

If someone with a NetID visits one of the LessonShare websites, an account is automatically created and an email is sent to the department contact for that website.  The account doesn't have access to any content until the department contact makes it a valid site user.  If the account was made in error, it can be deleted.    Read more »

L&S LessonShare 1.0: Add a new user

December 19, 2012 by Sue Weier

This page applies to the Dutch, Classics, English 201, English Literature, French, German, Italian and Russian Lessonshare websites.  It does not apply to the African, Statistics, or English 100 Lessonshares.  Directions for adding a user to African, Statistics, or English 100 Lessonshares can be found at http://lss.wisc.edu/how-to/1106. Read more »

LSS Innovations in the Spotlight at Showcase

April 1, 2008 by Doug Worsham

Sue Weier, Doug Worsham, and Sara Ziemendorf with L&S Learning Support Services had a great time presenting a poster sess Read more »

LessonShare in the News

February 22, 2008 by Doug Worsham

L&S LessonShare, our online tool to help communities of instructors in L&S departments share, organize, and collaboratively improve their lessons, handouts, and other teaching materials, was recently featured in the January 28th edition of Wisconsin Week. The article, TAs drive development of a teaching tool, describes the grassroots development of LessonShare by LSS staff in collaboration with German and Italian language instructors. Read more »

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