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Live Trainings

ALEKS BASIC SESSIONS

During this one-hour session we will provide you with an overview of the ALEKS system, share best practices for use, and answer any questions you have about your ALEKS implementation. Participants will explore ALEKS as both a student and as an instructor and includes the Initial Knowledge Check (student’s initial assessment), setting up your teacher and student accounts, as well as course selection and creation. This session is intended for educators that are just getting started with ALEKS or those in need of a refresher.

Tuesday, Thursday 3:30pm (EST)
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Wednesday 12:00pm (EST)
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If you can't join live, you can watch a pre-recorded webinar.

ALEKS ADVANCED SESSIONS

This one-hour session will provide you with an overview of the more advanced features of ALEKS, including diving into the different reports that are available, creating assignments, and using data to drive instruction. This session is intended for experienced users that are seeking in-depth guidance on their ALEKS implementation. Q&A will be available.

Tuesday, Thursday 11:00AM (EST)
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Wednesday 3:30pm (EST)
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Training Guides

ALEKS User Guides​

These user guides provide an in-depth, comprehensive analysis of how ALEKS works, including available features and their functionality, best practices, and more.​

User Guide for Instructors
User Guide for Students​

ALEKS At-A-Glance Task Guide​

The ALEKS At-A-Glance Task Guide gives you a quick overview of the features and actions that are available in your Instructor Module.

Instructor Module Reference Guide​

The ALEKS Instructor Module Reference Guide provides a detailed overview of the tools and features available in the Instructor Module. This must-read document is perfect for anyone who is new to ALEKS!​

New Student Module Reference Guide

The ALEKS Student Module Reference Guide provides an in-depth overview of the various features and tools available in the new ALEKS Student Module. This guide is intended for instructors and can be used to help students get started in ALEKS.​

Digital Teacher and Student Guide​

The Digital Teacher & Student Guide provides step-by-step instructions on getting started and completing the most commonly used tasks within Student and Teacher modules.

Training Videos & Tutorials

Introduction to ALEKS

Topic Video Tutorial
Getting to Know ALEKS
Provides an overview of ALEKS from both a student and teacher perspective. This is intended for educators that are just getting started with ALEKS or those in need of a refresher.​
 
Logging into ALEKS & Basic Navigation
A brief introduction on how instructors can log in to ALEKS and navigate their Instructor Account.​
 
Overview of Student Accounts
In-depth overview of the student experience in ALEKS. This video should be shared with students as an introduction to ALEKS.
 
Overview of QuickTables
An in-depth overview of ALEKS QuickTables from the perspective of an instructor.
 
Exploring the New K–12 Student Module
A detailed overview of the new Student Module that guides instructors through the redesigned interface.​
 

Classroom Management in ALEKS

Topic Video Tutorial
Creating a New Class
A step-by-step guide on how to create new classes in ALEKS.
 
Choosing an ALEKS Student Registration Method​
A chart that compares the various student registration methods in ALEKS to help you find what best fits your needs.
 
Pre-Registering Students
A detailed overview on how to pre-register students in the Instructor Module.​
 
Student Self Registration
Detailed overview on how students can self-register or switch to a new ALEKS class. ​
 
Extending Student Accounts
A step-by-step overview on how to extend student accounts. ​
 
Navigating the Class Summary 
A step-by-step guide on how to navigate the Class Summary feature. 
 
Overview of Assignments
Detailed overview on how instructors can create and manage assignments within ALEKS. ​
 
Scheduling an Assessment
A detailed overview on how instructors can request optional, additional assessments for students.​
 
Using the Class Roster
A detailed overview of how the Class Roster can be used to view student information and complete common class management tasks such as moving students.
 
Navigating Class Tools
A step-by-step guide on how to navigate the Class Tools menu.
 
Add Class and Topic Level Resources
A detailed overview on how to add class and topic level resources from your Instructor Account.
 
Using the ALEKS Gradebook
An in-depth overview on how to set up and manage the internal ALEKS gradebook.
 
Using the Message Center
A brief overview on how to communicate with students through the built-in ALEKS Message Center. 
 
Completed ALEKS Pie View (Student) 
A step-by-step guide on how the ALEKS Pie looks like when a student has completed all topics in each slice. 
 
Student Account Home
A detailed guide on how the Account Home feature works for students.
 

Reports in ALEKS

Topic Video Tutorial
Introduction to Reports
An in-depth overview of the various reports found in the Instructor Module.
 

Customization in ALEKS

Topic Video Tutorial
Textbook Integration
An overview on how to direct student learning by integrating a textbook with your ALEKS course.
 
Creating Objectives
An in-depth overview of how instructors can create custom learning objectives to direct student learning.
 

Administrator Functions in ALEKS

Topic Video Tutorial
Master Template
An in-depth overview of how ALEKS administrators can create and manage master templates for their institution.
 
Batch Registration
In-depth documentation to help school and district administrators register a large number of students across their institution.
 
Subscription Management System
A detailed overview of the Subscription Management System (SMS) for district and school administrators.
 
Extending Student Accounts for Administrators
A detailed overview of how administrators can extend student accounts from the school or district level.