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Accessing Your Courses

To access any of the courses that you are enrolled in this semester, log into my.methodistcollege, click on the "My Courses" link on the left side of this page under the Quick Links area. Then click on the name of the course that you want to access.
 
The system will list courses under the "My Courses" link based on start and end dates of the course. Your courses should appear 2 weeks prior to the start of the course and will remain within the "My Courses" area until 2 weeks after the course end date.
 
To find the start and end dates for a particular course you are enrolled in, do the following.
  1. Click on the "My Student Information" tab
  2. Click on "Student Schedule" header or Click on "View Details" link on the Student Schedule portlet.
  3. The dates of the course are listed on the right hand side
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Questions About My.Methodistcollege
Computer Questions
Title Description
1 minute video explaining how you can determine which version of Internet Explorer you have on your computer.
6.5 minute video explaining how to record voice narration into your PowerPoint presentation.
NOTE: This is an for PowerPoint 2003. It should still be applicable to newer versions of PowerPoint.
4.5 minute video that explains why copying and pasting from Word can cause problems in the my.methodistcollege system.
Discussion Forum Questions
Title Description
5 minute video explaining how to reply to a post and add a new post to a discussion forum topic.
2.5 minute video explaining how to change a View/Reply Option that may be causing you to exceed your allowed character count for a forum reply.
2.5 minute video of a way to possibly get your text to stay when you post to a discussion forum. (This was tested on a system running Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9)
2.5 minute video of a way to possibly get your text to stay when you post to a discussion forum. (This was tested on a system running Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 9)
3 minute video explaining why the text from a post you are replying to shows in your reply and how to keep this from happening.
Dropbox Assignment Questions
Title Description
2.75 minute video explaining how to submit a paper into a Dropbox.