myViewBoard Classroom PeerHub

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Use the PeerHub screen to browse, review, and save courses and lessons into your library.


My Library User Interface

To access the PeerHub screen, go to myViewBoard Classroom > PeerHub.


Save a complete course into your library

To browse courses that are publicly available, go to myViewBoard Classroom > PeerHub > Public.


To review a course before adding it to your My Library collection:

  1. Go to the PeerHub public tab.
  2. Go to the Course tab.
  3. Click the course card to review.
  4. On the pop-up:
    • Review the details appearing on the Overview, Plan and Lessons tab.
    • Click View Shared Course to view the details on the Course Detail screen.
    • On the Course Detail screen, the following options are available:
    ~ View Shared Course to preview how the course appears during presentation
    ~ Add to my library to save the course into your My Library collection.
    ~ Back to course library to go back to the previous screen.


To quickly add a course to your My Library collection:

  1. Go to the PeerHub public tab.
  2. Go to the Course tab.
  3. On the course to review:
    • Click the    icon
    • Click Download to save the course to your library.


Save individual lessons into your library

To save individual lessons to your My Library collection:

To review a course before adding it to your My Library collection:

  1. Go to the PeerHub public tab.
  2. Go to the Lessons tab.
  3. Click a lesson to review from the list.
  4. On the pop-up:
    • Review the details/thumbnails appearing on the Overview tab.
    • Click View Shared Lesson to preview how the lesson appears during presentation.
    • Click Back to return to the Lessons tab.


To quickly add a course to your My Library collection:

  1. Go to the PeerHub public tab.
  2. Go to the Lessons tab.
  3. On a lesson to review from the list.
    • Click the    icon
    • Click Download to save the course to your library.


Monitor course / lesson download progress

To check if the course was successfully downloaded:

  1. Go to the PeerHub > Download list screen.
  2. Go to the Course tab.
  3. Locate the course you selected earlier from the list.
  4. Note the status of the task. If completed, it should show a 'Download Finished' date.

Once the task is complete, it should appear in the My Library > Courses screen.


To check if the lesson was successfully downloaded:

  1. Go to the PeerHub > Download list screen.
  2. Go to the lesson tab.
  3. Locate the lesson you selected earlier from the list.
  4. Note the status of the task. If completed, it should show a 'Download Finished' date.

Once the task is complete, it should appear in the My Library > lesson screen.


Entries in this list may also show the following statuses:

  • New
  • In progress
  • Success
  • Failed


Create Classrooms

If you do not have any classrooms or lessons yet, go to the myViewBoard Classroom screen to create one. The Classroom tab has the following sections:


The home tab provides an overview of what's current in the class. Use Announcements to communicate with your class in real-time. Since myViewBoard Classroom is integrated with Google Classroom, students can read your posts in Google Classroom.
Provide a lesson plan to accompany the lesson. The lesson plan should either provide an outline of the lesson, or instructions/guidelines on how the lesson should be taught. In case the lesson is shared, this greatly helps others who have decided to use your lesson in their own classrooms.
Create a lesson to present in this classroom. A lesson contains one or more chapters. Lessons can be shared with others. Likewise, you can also use and modify lessons shared by other users.
Use this tab to invite students. Add students to your class by either importing them from Google Classroom, or inviting them through email.
myViewBoard Classroom also allows you to create assignments to test your students' comprehension.
Upload files to use in the classroom. Uploaded files can be inserted into lessons.