Go to lms.jaccd.edu.gh
Click on the login button at the right corner
Click on Google or Facbook login button
Enter your Facebook or Google username and password
You are now logged in.
Go to http://lms.jaccd.edu.gh
Click the Register button on the right corner
Fill the form and click on Create my new account button
Check your email to confirm registration on JACCD online
Now click on the login button on the right corner
Enter your username and password as you used for the registration.
Go to http://lms.jaccd.edu.gh
Click the Login button on the right corner.
Enter your username and password. (the username and password you used when registering on the website)
You are now logged in!
Click on the course category you wish to join. (Fashion Design, Fashion Business, Branding or Fashion CAD
Now click on the course you wish to join
Scroll down and Click “Send payment via slydepay” to complete your payment
Click on the payment option of your choice (mtn mobile money, airtel Money, visa and master card) If you have slydepay account, login with your user details
Enter the account details per the option selected
You are now enrolled to your paid course.
Use the same Account to login. That is if you used Google to login first and made payment with that, please continue to use the same account to access the paid course.
Click on Courses. You should see “Navigation”. Click on “My Home” a list of your courses will appear. You will also see them in the "My courses" box on the left. Courses will not show up if you are not enrolled in or paid for any courses.
If you are enrolled in any courses already, they should appear in the "My Courses" or “My Home” page. You can access them on the left side of the JACCD online main page when you log in and click on Courses.
To access a JACCD online course for the first time:
On the main menu, Click on Courses
Click on one of the categories you are interested in
Browse for the course that you need and when you find it click on the course name
Click on the “Pay via slydepay” and make your payment using your favorite payment option
Note: You can only pay for one course at a time.
Your profile is your identity on JACCD online. Your profile also contains email information. Make sure your email account is active as it is the means by which your instructors will be contacting you about assignments and other class matters.
To edit your profile:
To view your profile, click on your name next to the “Profile Settings” link under Administration. Then, click the “Edit profile” tab . There are several settings that are accessible from your profile that will help make your use of JACCD online more productive.
Email format: You can choose to have emails sent from JACCD online portal in Plain text format or Pretty HTML format.
Forum auto-subscribe: If you select yes for this it will mean that when you post a message to a forum, you will be subscribed to that forum and receive email copies of all messages for that forum. You may unsubscribe from forums if you wish as well.
Email digest type: You may choose to receive all emails from JACCD online in one daily message. There is also the option to receive either the complete message or just the Subjects from forums you subscribe to
You can also change your user icon by browsing for a picture next to the “New Picture” field. Please keep the picture small, about 100x100 pixels, and 500kb or less in size. Please use either GIF or JPG format. Again, remember that this profile is accessible to all members of the JACCD online community, including your teachers as well. The same caution is applicable to your description..
If your teacher has put a forum in your course, the link on the main page will look like this: Forum name goes here
To post a new thread in a forum, click the link, then click the “Add a new discussion topic” button at the top of the list of threads. Give the thread a title in the “Subject” heading, and type your post in the “Message” section. When you are done, check your post for errors and click the “Post to forum” button at the bottom. Be sure to change the Subscription setting to how you want it—if you want to receive emails of every post to the forum, set it to “Send me email copies of posts to this forum.” If not, set it to “I don’t want email copies of posts to this forum.” Some teachers may have set their forums to force you to be subscribed or to not allow you to be subscribed, in which cases this option will not appear. After you’ve posted, you will have 30 minutes to edit your post.
To reply to a thread, click on the name of the thread in the forum, and click the “Reply” link at the bottom right of the post you want to reply to. The fields are the same as they are for making a new thread.
You can change whether you’re subscribed to a given forum at any time by clicking on the name of the forum, then clicking the “Subscribe/Unsubscribe me from this forum” link in the top right of the window.
Some teachers will use groups. If you want to see the forum posts for a particular group, select the group name from the drop-down menu that will appear on the forum’s page. Depending on how the teacher has set it, you may be able to see only posts made by members of your own group.
The forum activity allows you (students) and your teachers to exchange ideas by posting comments as part of a 'thread'. Files such as images and media may be included in the forum posts. The teacher can choose to rate forum posts and it is also possible to give students permission to rate each others' posts.
In the (default) Standard forum for general use, students will see an introduction text in a separate space above the list of discussions. Students see a button to start a new discussion (thread).
Students can set their forum preferences via Preferences in the user menu top right.
Track read and unread forum posts
Access the Preferences page from the user menu and select 'Forum preferences'.
For 'Forum tracking', choose Yes: highlight new posts for me and if the forum administrator has set the 'Read tracking for this forum?' to On or Optional then unread posts will be highlighted for you:
The posts will be highlighted in the following places:
Within the forum itself
In the forum discussion threads
Click to mark as read:
A discussion thread may be displayed in four ways. Use the pull down menu at the top of each forum discussion to select a display type.
Display replies flat, with oldest first
Display replies flat, with newest first - The discussion will be displayed in one line and the chronological order from the newest to the oldest. This is the same as the above, just a different sort order.
Display replies in threaded form - Only the post starting the discussion will be displayed in its full form; replies will be reduced to the headlines (including information about its author and date of release) and organized chronologically; moreover, replies will be shifted towards the right so that only replies to the same post were in the same line.
Display replies in nested form - All posts are displayed in their full forms; replies will be reduced to the headlines (including information about its author and date of release) and organized chronologically; moreover, replies will be shifted towards the right so that only replies to the same post were in the same line.
Students can type directly, upload files or add media. The options are in the Submission types section and if you don't see a particular option, get the admin to check the Site administration settings in Assignment settings documentation.
Online text: Text typed into the Atto editor is automatically saved and the teacher can set a Word limit which will display a warning if students exceed it.
File Submissions: Students can upload files of any type the teacher can open. Students may be able to add a note (comment) to their teacher when they submit their work.
How Students take a quiz
Click on the quiz link on the course homepage and read the information to check you're in the right quiz.
Click on "Attempt quiz now" button.
Click on the "Next" button at the bottom of the page to see the next page of questions
Click on the "flag" in the box next to the question to put a temporary marker on it
Notice the Quiz navigation block in the upper right corner. You can use it to jump to any question. Question boxes for the current page are in bold. Flagged questions will have a "red corner" in their box
To finish the exam,click "Finish attempt" in the navigation block of "Next" on the last page of the exam.
The "Summary of attempt" page - reviews the questions and alerts you to questions not attempted.
Click on any question page number or "Return to attempt" to go back to the quiz.
Click on "Submit all and finish" to have your quiz scored. A warning will pop up telling you you can no longer change your answers.
How Students review a quiz
In the quiz navigation block incorrect answers are RED: partially correct answers are YELLOW and correct answers are GREEN. The flags are still visible:
In the questions themselves, correct answers will be in green with a check mark. Incorrect answers will be in red with a cross. will have a green check mark next to your correct answer
According to your teacher's settings, you might get general feedback, specific feedback on each question and/or overall feedback on your final score.
Although the quiz may have been split into multiple pages, the review will show all the questions on a single page to make it easier to navigate. You can chose to review the quiz with separate pages as it was when you took the quiz.
How Students review a quiz
If your teacher has allowed multiple attempts, when you click on the quiz again you will be informed how many attempts you have remaining along with your previous score.