The first item in the website is the heading bar. The linear reading for the heading bar is as follows: 1) website logo, 2) search bar for searching theCN.com, 3) notifications, 4) emails, 5) new followers, 6) missed chat requests, 7) courses drop down menu to create a new course or navigate to a course page, 8) HELP, 9) a user CN number link that lead to your profile page, 10) an account settings drop down to edit your profile, change your password, edit email notification settings, create a course, create a Network, access the CN Channel (if enabled), choose a system display language, and log out of theCN.com.
Following the heading bar is the body of CN. On the left side are modules including 1) the user’s profile, 2) courses and Networks navigation, and 3) a list of the most recent members to have logged into theCN.com.
When in a course or Network page, the modules on the left side will include 1)the course or Network description, 2) the Anar seed analytics bar, 3) information about the course including links to the course about, public course page, course syllabus, course posts, polls, events, and quizzes, the course DropBox, the course GradeBook and the course roster, and 3) a list of the most recent course or Network members to have logged into theCN.com.
In the main bod of theCN.com, to the right of the left body, the modules are 1) CN tools, 2) a sorting/filtering option for the post feed, and 3) the post feed.
Use the following accesskeys to focus on a section of the site.
- 1: Jump to main
- 2: Jump to left sidebar
- 3: Jump to Calendar
- 4: Navigate video player
Different browsers use different keystrokes to activate accesskey shortcuts, as shown below:
- Common Windows Browsers: Shift + Alt + [the accesskey]
- Shift is optional in some browsers.
- Common Mac Browsers: control + option + [the accesskey]
HTML Editor Shortcut Keys
|Focus/jump to menu bar||Alt+F9||Option+F9|
|Focus/jump to toolbar||Alt+F10||Option+F10|
|Focus/jump to element path||Alt+F11||Option+F11|
|Close menu/submenu/dialog (also gets you back to editor area)||Esc||Esc|
|Redo||Ctrl+Y / Ctrl+Shift+Z||Command+Y / Command+Shift+Z|
|Find and Replace||Ctrl+F||Command+F|
|Arrow select text||Shift+arrow key||Shift+arrow key|
For grading, it is recommended to use the Individual Grading page. Learn more about Individual Grading.