Friday, August 19, 2022, 12:25 AM
Site: eLearn MCOE
Course: Getting started with eLearn (GettingStarted)
Glossary: Frequently asked questions

Adding a co-teacher to your eLearn course

(Last edited: Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 5:18 PM)

You can add a co-teacher to your eLearn course. That co-teacher can either be given the role of teacher or non-editing teacher.

A teacher can add, edit, or delete lessons, while a non-editing teacher can only view students, view student work, and grade student work.



How do I create my eLearn account?

(Last edited: Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 3:15 PM)


Go to this link for directions on how to create your eLearn account.








How do I fix the links that are not turning orange?

(Last edited: Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 5:28 PM)

How much does eLearn cost?

(Last edited: Friday, November 19, 2021, 1:12 PM)

Design-Your-Own Course

Description: You will be provided access to an empty shell of an eLearn course. You (the facilitator/teacher) are responsible for constructing the content to be used with participants (students).

Duration: You will have access and editing privileges for 1 year. Your subscription is renewed annually without loss to your existing content.

Option A

Option B

Option C

Cost: $1 per student

+ $100 for 1 hour of eLearn training for the facilitator provided by MCOE

Cost: $1 per student

+ $500 for 4 hours of eLearn training for the facilitator provided by MCOE

Cost: $1 per student

+ $1000 for 8 hours of eLearn training for the facilitator provided by MCOE

If you are a teacher for a site/district in Merced County, then there is NO COST for you to create your eLearn account and request a course to play with.

Once you are ready to use eLearn with your students, contact Matt Edwards to purchase access for your students.



Pre-made content (per site)

Cost: $1 per student

          + the cost✝ of the premade course

          + $100 for 1 hour of eLearn training for you (the facilitator/teacher)

Description: You are purchasing a premade eLearn course created by MCOE staff to be used at a single site. As the facilitator, you are responsible for running the course and facilitating its activities with the participants at a single site. You may edit and modify the course as desired, however, will incur additional fees if assistance from MCOE is needed to make those modifications.

Duration: The duration of the subscription will vary depending on the premade course.

Premade course cost: The creator of the course will determine its cost. The cost will be primarily based on the time required to create the course itself using $100 per hour as the labor cost. For example, a course that required 35 hours to create might cost $3500. Additional considerations may also contribute to the course cost such as travel required to create the course, difficulty of course creation, etc.



How to create a Google assignment

(Last edited: Monday, August 24, 2020, 5:38 PM)

Create your Google doc (or slides).

Then select G-Suite Assignment from the Activity Chooser.

Students will each get their own copy of your original file. Students complete the assignment and then submit it for grading.

Super simple to use! 





How to create an account AND enroll yourself into a course

(Last edited: Monday, September 20, 2021, 5:21 PM)

How to embed a video from Google Drive

(Last edited: Thursday, August 27, 2020, 5:34 PM)

How to embed a video from Google Drive...




How to get your course Enrollment code

(Last edited: Tuesday, September 1, 2020, 11:20 AM)

To access the enrollment code for your course:

Click on the key button at the top left corner. 

You can now see your enrollment code.

Here is a quick tutorial:





How to share a video from Google Drive

(Last edited: Tuesday, September 1, 2020, 12:42 PM)

A simple way to all your students to see your video is to just paste the link directly into eLearn. Nothing fancy...just the link.



How to take a screenshot with my device?

(Last edited: Friday, August 21, 2020, 5:26 PM)
Screenshot on a Windows Device: WINDOWS+Shift+S

 Screenshot on a Chromebook: Control+Shift+SwitchWindow
 Screenshot on a Mac: Command+Shift+4