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1.5. Changes to HuskyCT Spring 2013

An important HuskyCT message for Fall 2012 instructors

We are in the process of transitioning from our current version of HuskyCT, which expires January 2013, to our new version of HuskyCT, we are calling "HuskyCT Next Generation." Since both systems will be operational this fall, instructors planning on using HuskyCT in Fall 2012 need to choose the version of HuskyCT they wish to use for their class(es).

Starting March 26th, instructors can request HuskyCT sites for Fall 2012 classes using the Student Admin System (PeopleSoft). The process for creating a HuskyCT site has not changed except that instructors need to select which HuskyCT system each class will be in - either HuskyCT Legacy (OLD version) or HuskyCT Next Generation (NEW version). This help file<http://www.irc.uconn.edu/LearnHelp/requestHuskyCTcourse.pdf> contains illustrated instructions on how to make this request. If you do elect to use the new version of HuskyCT in the fall, you can also submit a restore request to have content from our HuskyCT Legacy system copied into your HuskyCT Next Generation site.

Since all HuskyCT classes will be in the new system starting January 2013, we encourage you to consider using the new system for at least one course this fall. The Instructional Resource Center staff will be better able to provide individualized assistance for instructors who schedule time to work on their class site(s) before the start of August. Once you log into HuskyCT Next Generation you will find links to a variety of online help resources. We will also be offering workshops on using the new system starting March 30th.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you have about the upcoming transition.

Kim Chambers irchelp@uconn.edu (860 486-5052)

Stacey Valliere Office Assistant Institute for Teaching and Learning 368 Fairfield Way - Unit 2001 Storrs, CT 06269-2001 Phone: 860-486-2686 E-mail: stacey.valliere@uconn.edu Web: http://www.itl.uconn.edu P Please consider the environment before printing this e-mail.

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