Who can see your viewing activity?
can we add rubrics to peer reviews?
Yes, if you attach a rubric to an assignment and require peer reviews, they will have access to that rubric. I believe Jann will demonstrate this.
that’s a great assignment.
If you have multiple sections cross-listed in a course, you should require group members to be in the same section, because this can be a is a FERPA concern.
Where can I find the scaffolded worksheets?
can the surveys be posted using Quizzes?
I believe Jann is referring to scaffolded worksheet that you create and upload into your course.
Yes, surveys are created using the quizzes tool.
ok, will she show to create scaffolded worksheets or some info available on canvas?
I recommend that you reach out to your dedicated instructional designer, who will be able to look at your course content and provide recommendations about how to create them based on your course design and discipline.
Ok thanks Katie!
You can find your instructional designer on this website: https://www.unf.edu/cirt/services/id/service_consultations.aspx#liaison-groups
The first 2 topics were “learner to” and the last is “instructor to”…Is Learner to Instructor an assumed reciprocal of Instructor to Learner?
Learner to learner, Learner to Content, and Instructor to Learner
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Is the issue that students stop watching after 10 minutes, or they dpm
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*don't start watching if the video is longer than 10 minutes
Great question. When Jann pauses to ask for questions, she can elaborate more on this.
So, if I’d normally do a 30-minute lecture or demo on a topic in a face-to-face class, is it just a matter of splitting that into 10 or 15-minute chunks? Or do I need to edit the content down to fit within a single 10-15 minute video?
You can absolutely split the content in to a few successive videos. Doing this not only helps with the student engagement piece, but also with the uploading/processing time of the videos as you add them to your course.
So it’s more about splitting things into manageable chunks suited to the online learning format, not cutting content itself?
Correct. No need to water down or cut your content.
If a student is learning Canvas, they may not know how to view the annotations. Walking them through it is helpful.
Yes! The way students need to get in to view the annotations is not very intuitive. They need to click into the assignment and there is a "view feedback" button, but they do not see this from the grades view.
Where do I go to set up a survey?
This has been quite useful, thank you.
Thank You, Jann!
surveys can be created in quizzes. When you create a new quiz, you can select survey from the dropdown menu in the quiz settings.
Thank you, Jann
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Thank you Jane and CIRT for this informative session!
yes, very helpful. Thanks.
Thank you for session!
Very useful information. Thanks a lot!
Thank you so much! Very helpful!
I’d like to recommend this video. How can I access it?
Thank yo very much ! It was very informative and helpful.