Wednesday, September 6th
Wednesday, October 4th
Wednesday, November 1st
Notifications can be raised at anytime by going to Blackboard > Starfish > MyStudents
Starfish training will be available to ECU faculty and staff during the fall 2017 semester on the following:
Monday, 9/11 from 9-10am
Monday, 9/11 from 3-4pm
Tuesday, 9/12 from 8:30-9:30am
Tuesday, 9/12 from 3:30-4:30pm
You can sign-up for a training through Cornerstone under Academic Affairs. All sessions will be held in Austin 309.
If training days/times do not work with your schedule, we are available for individual or department training. Contact John Trifilo (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kelly Reddick (email@example.com).
What is Starfish?
Advisors and other support personnel have the ability to track notifications raised on their students. You must have a connection to a student through Starfish to see any notifications raised. For more information, please see guide below:
Instructors will have the opportunity to complete a course Starfish Progress Survey three times per semester. Once a survey is submitted, instructors will not be able to send notifications again through this survey method until the next survey is released. Instructors can always raise notifications through Starfish > Students > MyStudents.
For more information, please see guides below:
YouTube - Starfish Two Minute Tips:
Please note that basic information provided in these videos will help you navigate Starfish. However, these videos are not customized to each institution so your view of information may differ from the view in the video.
You can also select Help l Support in the upper right hand corner of your Starfish page for other guides and tips.
Starfish notifications will be sent to your ECU e-mail account and can be viewed on your Starfish page.
If you receive a academic difficulty notification, please take action!
note that NOT all instructors will be using Starfish. You may have
several instructors who do NOT raise flags/kudos. Not receiving a
Starfish notification does NOT
indicate good/poor academic performance. You should always speak with
your instructor if you are unsure of your academic status in the
For more information, please see guide below:
Having Trouble? Want to learn more?
Contact: John Trifilo (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kelly Reddick (email@example.com)