ATI Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Hello Everyone, This is Mauricio and I am here to help answer questions.
Hello everyone, when you need assistance, please go to this site and fill out the short form: https://www.csusb.edu/academic-technology-innovation/designer-request-form
the 24/7 support, is technical support. this is not support for your specific course. So, if students have Bb problems (connection, video replay, etc.) they will be able to assist. If the student needs assistance inside your course, they still need to contact you or the design team at ATI.
Does anyone have any questions?
Not now, but thanks! mm
Can you show us how to do the subdivided sections?
What if the students are not responding to one another and just posting their individual comments?
Do the students get notification about discussions? Or do they have to log on and look at the discussion?
Students get notifications if they choose to "subscribe" to the post. But, not commonly.
If a discussion board is graded, and a column is automatically entered, does the grade populate or must we enter that? Is the grading automated?
We need to grade it manually
Grade is automatically populated in the gradecenter. You still need to manually grade it within the discussion board, but once you do, it populates in the grade center
So it creates it's own specific zoom room for the course, separate from the one he showed was assigned to me by a CSU faculty?
Yes. When you create a Zoom within your course, it is unique to your course. This is to prevent having a generic Zoom room for you and then have multiple students from multiple courses login.
This way, if you have the same course, but say, 3 sections, every course will have a unique Zoom room for section1, 2, and 3. This way, a student from section 2, won't accidentally login any other session.
Are there any limitations as to how many students can participate--like a class of 300..
No, there is no limit (actually 200 I believe), but there is a limit of 20 students showing on the screen.
2000, not 200... sorry
Are your comments automatically played with each slide or must the students click on your picture?
Comments will begin to play in the order they come in.
Is voice tread used instead of zoom? We wouldn’t do both, correct?
Students can stop or jump in between
VT is separate from Zoom. we don't recommend using them at the same time.
And their recordings are recorded so I can grade it later?
VT is a more sophisticated way of using power point with audio. Plus it saves it on the cloud, and therefore, there is no space, size, or time limitations with Bb
Hello Todd, yes. You can
So this is for asynchronous lectures that are recorded and they can view anytime?
Todd, and the faculty can download the videos to access offline. Students cannot download.
And this can be organized in groups so you effectively have a group discussion recorded?
Hi Todd, yes, yes you can!
have Ron show how students then record their voice to the slide show
Yes, this is coming up.
Do these presentations get bogged down by storage size? Does a sound file for every slide become too cumbersome to load well at low internet speed, for example?
Can I use the voice thread in another online session
Because this is all in the cloud, there is no slow down for upload or bandwith.
Or do I need to create it again?
The only limitation is on the students' capacity (data, wifi connection speed, etc)
You need to create a copy of the VT to deploy in the different section class.
Got it. Thanks
Unless you consider having a global presentation to which you ask all your students in all your sessions to contribute.
Is this better than turnitin?
No Marcia. This is more limited. Turnitin is more robust,
But the assignment does not populate to the grade center like Turnitin right?
Also Turnitin has more robust feedback features
Ok I will stick with TIN
Anything that has a grade is populated into the grade center.
What I meant to say is that "SafeAssign" is just a plagiarism check. The assignment still shows and populates in the grade center
Thank you. This was very helpful. I can see that this session I being recorded. Where can I find the recording?
All the recordings of all our workshops will be available on our website. A message will go out to faculty about where to find the recordings for each workshop.
Is the annotation features compatible with an iPad and stylus? Basically can I “write” on a graded doc or should I download it as a PDF and do it outside Blackboard?
This works for papers, but isn't that great for Physics homework. Is there a way to create a grading rubric
Yes, you can create a Rubric. I actually give a 60 minute workshop on how to use rubrics in Blackboard
I'll be happy to meet with you to walk you through using Rubrics
Hello Guyhepp. Yes, you can use an ipad to use the stylus for hand written comments.
And one more thing about the voice thread --how would students ask questions about the recorded audio again?
FYI, you can upload previously written questions as long as they are formatted correctly. There are online generators that can help with this.
Hello everyone, this is the test generator we recommend:
Hi Marcia, for Voice Thread, students would click on the audio and click on the arrow at the bottom to ask questions or post a comment.
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can you access a test that you build in one blackboard course and deploy it in another course?
So then you would be using the voice thread synchronously at the hour of the course to be able to field their questions?
There is a way to load test questions aleady created in word?
When does the zoom meeting start? Stay tuned to this zoom meeting?
Thanks, this was helpful!
Thank you so much.