Accudemia: How can I help manage the Waiting Line or Student Intake System?
If the college has set it up, when students try to meet with a tutor, they will be sent into an Intake System, otherwise known as a virtual waiting line. From here, students can be selected individually to receive help or be sent to other tutors. Typically, tutors don't start with this permission and will need to contact an Center administrator to receive it. If they decide to give the permission, send them the following link to a step-by-step instruction on how to do so.
Accudemia: How do I cast the waiting line to another monitor for student to see, using the Manage center?
Introduction Using Accudemia, it's possible to take the screen of a computer containing a queue, and cast it to a more visible screen facing a waiting room. Students will then be able to see where they stand in the queue while they wait for their ...
Accudemia: How do I give tutors the permission to take students from the waiting line and send them to other tutors?
Introduction Tutors in Accudemia can be given the ability to circumvent the virtual waiting lines by administrators. Normally, when a student signs in to a Center to receive tutoring, they choose a specific tutor to wait in a virtual line for. If ...
AccuCampus: How do I manage a waiting line as a Tutor/Instructor?
INTRO AccuCampus allows you to create wait lines for locations, specific services at a location, specific courses at a location, and specific staff members at a location. Additionally, wait lines can be made “virtual”, this means that students can ...
Accudemia: How do I fix the "The waiting line seems to be stuck" error?
Introduction In Accudemia, the waiting line feature (when enabled) is a virtual queue that students wait in until they're selected by a tutor. This stops tutoring sessions from being interrupted every time a student clicks on a tutor's meeting link ...
Accudemia: How do I enable/disable the virtual waiting line?
Introduction Administrators in Accudemia can enable or disable the virtual waiting lines students are placed in before seeing a tutor. Waiting lines are typically used to control the flow of students entering tutor meeting rooms. This is to avoid ...