Emailing Your Class

MyNEVADA 2.0 provides instructors with the ability to email their class. From the MyNEVADA 2.0 homepage, click on the Instructor Task Center wihtin Essentials:

Screen shot of the Instructor Task Center showing all related tasks listed  

Click on the Class Roster task and then log in if needed:

screen shot of class roster task from mynevada 2.0 homepage

There are two methods an instructor may use to email their class. The first method involves selecting students individually using the Notify checkbox in the roster and then clicking the Notify Selected Students button at the bottom of the roster. You can also quickly email the entire class by clicking the Notify All Students button.

Please note that any student who does not have a Notify checkbox, or does not display as a blue hyperlink, does not have a valid email address on file in MyNEVADA 2.0. Please encourage these students to log-in and submit a valid email address.

Notify Button on Class Rosters

When you select Notify All Students, you will be taken to a notice that lists the students who do not have an email address on file. This is just a warning; you can click Continue to proceed to the next page.

Notify No Email Warning

Once you arrive at the Send Notification page, you will be able to add additional email addresses should you want to CC or BCC any other people with your email. You will notice that MyNEVADA 2.0 sends you a copy of the message and that your students' email addresses are listed as a blind copy to prevent them from viewing their classmates' information. This also prevents students from inadvertently replying to all.

You are allowed to modify the Subject Line of your email. The Message Text includes a spell check feature, which is the icon to the right of the text box.

When you are done authoring your email, you can send it by clicking Send Notification at the bottom of the page:

Send Notification Display