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Tutorials, resources, effective practices ,and frequently asked questions about the various technologies supported by TLP.

Bb Learn Tutorials

  Test Options and Deployment Tips and Recommendations

 

Pools & Importing/Exporting Tests, Surveys, and Pools

 Creating and Using Pools

 Importing & Exporting Tests, Surveys, and Pools 



Kaltura

 

Kaltura Within Blackboard Learn

Kaltura can be used within Bb Learn or externally with MediaSpace, allowing faculty, staff, and students a way to easily create, upload, edit, and share media content.

Below you will find the Kaltura User guide and popular tutorials used by users.

TLP recommends scheduling a consultation with one of the Information Technology Consultants to ensure a successful implementation of this tool within your instructional materials and delivery.

Zoom

Zoom, Chico State’s new video and web conferencing tool, is now available to all students, faculty, and staff. Zoom allows for video, audio, and screen sharing between up to 200 participants. It can be used from any computer, laptop, tablet, or phone, and it works on PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices. Zoom also works with rooms equipped for video conferencing. Any Chico State user can initiate a video or audio meeting, allowing Zoom to be used for any online meeting, whether between two or many people.

Getting Started Guide for Zoom at Chico State

 Zoom Portal https://csuchico.zoom.com

Zoom Help and Tutorials



Turnitin

Turnitin enables instructors and students to check the similarity of student work comparing submissions to other sources on the Internet and in Turnitin's extensive database. Additionally, instructors can directly mark-up student submissions - saving your frequently used comments in libraries of "quick marks" for improved work flow - as Turnitin integrates into your existing Blackboard Learn.

Why Should I use Turnitin?

  • Check for potential plagiarism
  • Drag and drop frequently used feedback comments
  • Leave voice comments
  • Grade by rubric 

iClicker

Why Clickers?

Clickers, also known as student response systems, are used to increase student engagement during class. Clicker technology makes it easy for faculty to check student understanding of lecture and homework material.  The immediate display of student responses allows faculty and students to see how well they understand the content.

 Why?



Proctorio

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Respondus

Why Use Respondus?

Respondus offers several advantages over creating quizzes and surveys in Blackboard Learn:

Import Questions

You can import entire tests or question banks directly from text and Microsoft Word files. This can greatly save time for faculty using previous paper-based exams or publisher-provided test banks.

Insert Assesments into any Blackboard Learn Course

Once you've created a quiz, self-test or survey with Respondus, it's a snap to tell Respondus which course section you wish to upload that assessment into, and you can even automatically create an icon linking your assessment in any folder of your course's content area.



Camtasia

Camtasia is a screen-recording and video production program by Techsmith that has been used by faculty to create pre-recorded lectures, demonstrations, tutorials, and other presentations.

Features:

  • Record anything on the screen including websites, application, PowerPoint slides, or a combination of these.
  • Record a voice-over track simultaneously, or after the screen-recording is done, as well as a small webcam video if desired.
  • Extensive highlighting, zooming, hot-links and other mark-up capabilities.
  • Add interactive quiz questions to reinforce content or collect feedback.

Google Apps for Education

CSU Chico offers a school-sponsored Google Apps for Education account to all students, faculty and staff. Students use the Gmail service exclusively, while faculty and staff continue to use the Exchange mail system. In addition to Gmail, a number of other Google Services are accessible through the Wildcat login, including YouTube, Picasa, Blogger, Maps, Google+ and more.



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