All GPS courses use LATTE (Learning and Teaching Technology Environment). Each course has a dedicated course page where faculty can upload the course syllabus, share readings and multimedia; accept assignments; and organize online discussions with students. Students are able to participate in discussions, submit assignments, receive feedback, and interact with other members of your learning community.
Approximately one week before classes begin, your instructor will release the LATTE course for student view. You can access your LATTE courses by logging in with your UNet ID and password.
The Student Guide to LATTE contains many pages to help you become oriented with our online learning environment. In particular, you may find these pages helpful:
Additional LATTE materials are included in GPS LATTE course sites, near the top of the course homepage.
Brandeis Library and Technology Services (LTS) recommends using Mozilla Firefox when using LATTE. Many other browsers are unable to display all of LATTE's features.
Content within a LATTE course may be in a variety of file formats including:
Other tools/software may be required depending on your course's subject matter. These requirements would be the same as those of an equivalent classroom course. Your instructor will provide these details at the start of your class. In general, you should be familiar with:
You may wish to view these tips for students on using LATTE, including netiquette guidelines.
For LATTE-related assistance:
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