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RESPONDUS Changing Personality

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description:

Switch Respondus’s Personality for working with Learn.

RESPONDUS Import Questions

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description:

Import Questions from a text file.

RESPONDUS Publish

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description:

This tutorial demonstrates how to upload to Learn.

RESPONDUS Publish Settings

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description: Watch this video for instructions on setting up your Respondus to connect to LEARN.

RESPONDUS Quiz Retrieval

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description:

Retrieve Quiz’s from Learn.

RESPONDUS Random Questions

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description:

Learn how to create random questions.

RESPONDUS Settings Tab

February 25, 2013

Tagged in: Respondus, How to Videos

Description:

This guide will demonstrate the settings in Respondus.

LEARN Attendance

February 19, 2013

LEARN Attendance Tool

  • To access the Attendance tool click “Assessments” (1) and then “Attendance”.
  • First, you may wish to set up a custom Scheme, click “Attendance Schemes” (2) and “New Scheme” (3)

LEARN Attendance Tool;To access the Attendence tool click "Assessments" (1) and then "Attendance". First you may wish to set up a custom Scheme, click "Attendance Schemes" (2) and "New Scheme" (3)

  • Give your scheme a name (1), fill in the Symbol, Full Name, and % value (2). The % value will allow you to set a cause for concern threshold so typically present will be worth 100%.
  • If you need more statuses enter the number needed and click “Add Statuses” (3).
  • Click “Save” (4) and then “Cancel” if it doesn’t return to the previous screen.

;Give your scheme a name (1), fill in the Symbol, Full Name, and % value (2). The % value will allow you to set a cause for concern threshold so typically present will be worth 100%. If you need more statuses enter the number needed and click "Add Statuses" (3). Click "Save" (4) and then "Cancel" if it doesn't return to the previous screen.

  • You will now need to set up one or more “Attendance Registers” (1), click “New Register” (2).

;You will now need to set up one or more "Attendance Registers" (1), click "New Register" (2).

  • Your register will need a name (1),  select which Attendance Scheme (2) you wish to use, and add a “Cause for Concern %”(3). The cause for concern is the threshold where you wish to be alerted if a student has dropped below it.
  • Select any other settings you wish.

;Your register will need a name (1), select which Attendance Scheme (2) you wish to use, and add a "Cause for Concer %"(3). The cause for concern is the threshold where you wish to be allerted if a student has dropped below it. Select any other settings you wish.

  • Add the “Session Name” (1), and add any extra sessions you need by entering the number and clicking “Add Sessions” (2).
  • Once done click “Save” (3) and “Cancel” if not returned to the previous screen on saving.

;Add the "Session Name" (1), and add any extra sessions you need by entering the number and clicking "Add Sessions" (2). Once done click "Save" (3) and "Cancel" if not returned to previous screen on saving.

  • To view or add Attendance Data click the menu button beside the register (1) and click “View Attendance Data” (2).

;To view or add Attendance Data click the menu button beside the register (1) and click "View Attendance Data" (2).

  • To add data for a Session click the “Enter Attendance Data” button beside the session name (1).

;To add data for a Session click the "Enter Attandance Data" button beside the session name (1).

  • Typically the majority of students will be receiving the same status, so click “Set Status for All Users” (1). You can then adjust the ones who require alternate statuses.

;Typically the majority of students will be receiving the same status, so click "Set Status for All Users" (1). You can then adjust the ones who require alternate statuses.

  • Set the desired status (1) and click “Save” (2).

;Set the desired status (1) and click "Save" (2).

  • Set the individual students “Attendance Status” (1) and click “Save” (2) when done.

;Set the indevidual students "Attenance Status" (1) and click "Save" (2) when done.

Video:


Tagged in: How to Videos, LEARN V10

Description: The attendance tool is used to help organize your daily attendance. This video will show you how to set one up.

LEARN Demo Student

February 19, 2013

Demo Students in LEARN

Demo students are used for checking anything in your course which requires a students view. The demo student also allows you to check against grades schemes or rubrics. To request a demo student be added to a course simply email LEARN support at learn@rrc.ca, please be sure to include the name of the course you wish to have the demo student added to.

Impersonating a Demo Student

  • Enter your course
  • Click “Communication”, and “Classlist”
    Clicking Communication and Classlist in LEARN
  • Click the dropdown menu beside the demo student’s name (1) and select “Impersonate” (2)
    Impersonating a Demo Student in LEARN Classlist
  • You are now able to view the course as a student completing assessments, viewing feedback, viewing the gradebook etc. Note that release conditions based on content viewed will not be activated by impersonating a demo student.
  • When done impersonating the demo student, click the demo students name in the upper right-hand corner of the page (1) and click the “X” beside “Impersonating: Demo _Student” (2).
    Ending a Demo Student impersonation session

Video

Tagged in: How to Videos, LEARN V10