Add a Lesson
SNAP Lessons are a group of interactive tutorials
Each lesson convers a chapter or section of textbook content
A lesson can contain from 2 to 20 tutorials.
A single grade is returned to the grade book when the lesson is completed
Tutorials cover a specific Office skill using visual and voice prompts
Each tutorial contains a Guide and Practice component
Guide explains the skill and guides the user through each step of the process
Practice challenges the user to solve the skill with little assistance
The student must complete the Guide and Practice, including solving the Practice, before receiving a grade.
Each tutorial can have a different point value.
Log in to SNAP 2016.
Click Courses and select your course from the list, or, if it is not visible in the quick list, click "All Courses" and find it in the complete listing of your courses.
Go to your course assignments page.
Find and launch the SNAP Connect Admin Tool, typically located at the bottom and only visible to instructors.
Click "Add an activity or resource" under the heading you would like your project or exercise to appear in.
Select Lesson, scroll down, and click add.
Under course administration in the controls to the right, click "Turn editing on".
Apply your desired settings to the lesson. When you're done, click "Save and display".
This brings you to a largely empty page with the title and description of your lesson, and some controls to the right. From those controls, select edit lesson, and click add to select tutorials for your lesson.
Select the tutorials (Sections of video instruction and guided practice that compse lessons) you want to add to your lesson, scroll down, and click "Add Tutorial".
If the tutorials added correctly to the lesson, you'll see them show up in the list above "Add".