WileyPLUS Release Notes: 2018-November-9

Version 3

    If you have any questions about the latest release features, please contact your WileyPLUS Customer Success Specialist or send a message to customersuccess@wiley.com.

    Instructor features

    In this release on November 9th, instructors now have the ability to reset assignment progress for individual students.  Instructors can also search for question sets by title and view the list sorted alphabetically by default.

    Student features

    Students are able to enter Mathpad answers correctly now that the formatting has been fixed.

     

    While completing accounting assignments, students now have enough width in accounting text-entry fields to display their whole answers. 

     

    Questions in all WileyPLUS courses that use tables to align answers or formulas have been reformatted for better clarity.

     

    The responsive design in the student onboarding flow has been improved, as well.

     

    The release also includes various platform improvements to ensure system scalability and security, improvements to the content production and delivery workflows, and bug fixes.

     

    The features found in WileyPLUS can be adjusted based on user feedback and testing, so please follow our release notes for our most up-to-date release information! 

     

     


     

     

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    Want to explore the new release functionality further? Check out the screenshots below!

     

     

    1. Instructors now have the ability to reset assignment progress for individual students. 
      1. From the gradebook, an instructor can select the student whose assignment they would like to reset.

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      2. Click the Grades button from the right hand side popup screen

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      3. Click into the assignment you would like to reset

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      4. Click on the “Reset Assignment for this Student” button.

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      5. Review the warning message about resetting an assignment and click the “Reset Assignment for this Student” button

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      6. You will see a confirmation screen of the time/date of the assignment reset.  This will not clear out the score in the gradebook. If you would like to do so, you must then change the score, as well.

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      7. A student whose assignment has been reset will see the following warning message when they go back into that assignment.

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    2. Instructors now have the ability to search for question sets by title and view the list sorted alphabetically by default. 
      1. Once in the assignment builder, click the “Start with an existing question set” button.

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      2. Your pre-created question sets will now be listed alphabetically and by title.

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