Odysseyware Academy

Schools all over the country are discovering benefits of partnering with Odysseyware Academy to build a technology-based, comprehensive distance learning environment to serve the diverse needs of their students.

Created for 21st century students in grades 3-12, our fully accredited virtual school has all of the essential components to support teaching and facilitate learning. With dynamic, interactive content, full administrative services, flexible curriculum, and innovative features, Odysseyware Academy is the solution you need to get the results you want.

Odysseyware Academy provides a robust and relevant curriculum, teachers uniquely qualified to teach specific courses in a fully online environment, and services that simplify administrative functions. They bring it all together inside a technology-driven, individualized learning environment that reinforces 21st century skills.

Educators interested in purchasing Odysseyware Academy should contact the Lincoln Cyber Café at 717-718-5852 or email dbodien@iu12.org.

 Something new for Oddysseyware students.

 

What is Academic Virtual Office? 

The Academic Virtual Office is a place where students can get real time daytime support in a virtual office from a core content specific teacher. The Academic VO will be hosted in a Blackboard Collaborate session for students to access as needed. Students will access the Academic VO through a link like they would do to attend their individual teacher’s office hours.

The Academic Virtual Office will be available Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm EST.  Later hours maybe available in the future.

Click on the icon below to access the Academic Virtual Office.

 Odysseyware Academic Virtual Office

Odysseyware Academy Login   

Odysseyware Academy Website                                                                 

Odysseyware Academy Course Guide

Odysseyware Virtual Office Guide (pdf)

OWA Student Guardian Handbook (17-18)

 

Links to Helpful Videos 

Academic Integrity

Conducting Research

How to Do a Works Cited

How to Take Notes from the Lesson