Checklist: Building and launching your LMS subject
Use this checklist to make sure you have covered off all key areas when building your LMS subject this semester, and that it is ready to publish to students.
This checklist has been updated for Semester 2, 2022.
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Training and professional development
We recommend completing a combination of the following training options to suit your needs and availability.
Access your current Subjects and Communities
Build and update your subject
If applicable, ensure your subject content is copied over from a previous delivery of the same subject. For further information, see the LMS subject creation and subject copy forward process guide. If you are creating a new LMS site, see our downloadable LMS templates for sample templates you can load into your subject to assist in your subject’s build.
Assessment and feedback
For copyright compliance and best student experience, we strongly recommend providing subject information directly in pages rather than uploaded files.
Check your content and settings
Ally is a tool that assesses the accessibility of your content on the LMS and provides guidance for improving its accessibility rating. Ally also has the ability to provide students with alternative formats of your LMS content. Students will never see the speedometer or accessibility rating of files in your subject or community. See Making your subject content accessible using Ally for more information.
Preview with Student View
The following should be checked using Student View within your subject. See the How do I view a course as a test student using Student View? for more information.
Make the subject available to students
Student enrolment and management
Publish the subject
In order for students to have access to a subject in the LMS, the subject must be published. The automatic publishing of Subjects is managed by LMS faculty representatives. Subjects are typically published at 10 am 10 days before their start date as recorded in StudentOne. Staff with the role of Subject Coordinator or Instructor can publish the subject any time.