The following resources will assist you as you take your eCampus courses. However, in the event you need additional assistance, please contact us.
How to Check Email and use Office 365 Web Apps
All official eCampus Virtual High School communication (i.e., grade reports, course announcements) is sent to your Peoria Unified student email account. You should use your student email account for all communication to eCampus faculty and staff. In addition, all students now have access to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel online through Office 365. The tutorials below will get you started on using email and Office 365. Furthermore, Peoria Unified's partnership with Microsoft allows students to install Microsoft Office on up to 5 compatible PCs and Macs, plus 5 tablets.
- PDF tutorial that shows how to check email.
- Check email tutorial. Download video.
- Access OneDrive via Office 365 tutorial. Download video.
- Microsoft Word Web app tutorial. Download video.
How to Track Time
You must log a minimum of 400 minutes per week for each eCampus course you are enrolled in during the fall and spring semesters. During the summer, full credit eCampus courses require 800 minutes per week. The eCampus student tracking system is where you track your time daily. You can view student tracking system tutorials (in video or PDF format) that will assist you on tracking your time.
How to Check Grades
StudentVUE is how you check your grades, attendance, etc. You will need your Peoria Unified username and password to login. You can view the "How to Check Grades" tutorial for steps on how to login and view your official course grade for your eCampus course. In addition, your eCampus instructor will send progress reports to your student email account and you can always email your instructor if you have any questions about your grade in the course.
How to Print Parent Verification Report
In order to exit the eCampus course and for a final grade to be posted, you must print the Parent Verification Report which shows all the time spent on the course. You and your parent/guardian will need to sign and date the report and bring it to your instructor on your scheduled final exam date. You can watch the short training video or view the PDF tutorial on how to print the report from the student tracking system.
Moodle Student Guide
The Student Moodle Help course will help you navigate your way within our Moodle Learning Management System (LMS).
First Week Checklist
The first week checklist is a quick guide that will help you get off to a successful start in your eCampus courses(s).
Allow Pop-Ups in Browser
You may need to allow pop-ups for some of the eCampus course content.
- Allow pop-ups in Google Chrome
- Allow pop-ups in Firefox
- Allow pop-ups in Microsoft Edge
- Allow pop-ups in Safari
- Allow pop-ups in Internet Explorer
The planning guides listed below are a great way to stay organized on all course assignments. We highly recommend printing and using the current academic planning calendar. Using a printable planning guide or a digital tool will go a long way in helping you be a successful online learner.