Help

EdHub is a resource for educators from various backgrounds and positions. After logging in, EdHub resources can be found in the Library link at the top of the page. The Library has a list of Series that contain various Topics designed to provide educators with knowledge and tools for pedagogical enhancement.

EdHub Instructions for Teachers


The EdHub Instructions for Teachers are sent out each year to all teachers by the building principal or an assistant principal. The steps work without a hitch for most people. If you experience any problems, try the following:

  1. Don’t use Internet Explorer. Chrome, Safari, and Firefox will all work well.
  2. The Username is cap sensitive. If you used any capital letters in your email address when you created your account, you will have to use those same caps each time you login.
  3. If you are creating your account and setting it up for the first time, you must complete Step #2 before the subscription tokens in Step #3 will work.
  4. When entering any of the tokens be sure that you copy and paste the whole token. Sometimes email clients will divide the token over two lines.
  5. There should be no space at the beginning or in the middle of the token.
  6. Be sure to enter the group token on the My Groups page and the subscription token on the My Subscriptions page. They are not interchangeable.

Guides and Demonstrations

 

EdHub Quick Start Guide - A brief guide to help all users get started with EdHub.

The Journal User Tool - A brief demonstration of how to add, filter, and share journal entries. 

Adding to Knowledge Repositories - Each EdHub Topic contains a Knowledge Repository where users can explore and create items that can be used in the classroom. This demonstration shows how to add new entries, submit entries for publication, and share entries with particular users. 

Accessing NEE recommendations - The Network for Educator Effectiveness (NEE) data tool provides recommended library content for NEE member teachers based on observation data. This demonstration shows how to access these recommendations. This demonstration shows what to do if the observations data did not result in any recommendations - No NEE recommendations.

Changing your email address - The Network for Educator Effectiveness (NEE) data tool and The EdHub sites use email addresses to match individuals between the two sites. For that reason, it is important that an individual use the same email address for both sites. However, there are occasions when email addresses change. This demonstration shows how to change your email address in the EdHub site. 

Principal Access - Each school group in EdHub can have one or more individuals assigned as a principal. Individuals with principal access have a limited ability to monitor teacher work. Click the link to read the full details concerning principal access.