Printing Photos of Your Students

It is possible to view photos of students registered in your class (the photos come from their student ID cards, which are stored digitally). Some instructors like to print the page(s) of photos and bring them along to class, the better to learn student names. Here is a walkthrough on how to print the photos:

  1. Sign in to Webcourses at webcourses.ucf.edu.
  2. Click "Settings" in the upper-right corner near your profile name (between "Inbox" and "Logout").
  3. On the left-hand navigation menu, select "Class Photos".
  4. Choose the class from your roster for which you would like to print photos.
  5. Select "Print" at the top of the photo grid.
 

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