Quickly assess your students’ understanding with automatic and manual grading tools. Specify correct answers, points, and give feedback for correct and incorrect responses. Identify frequently missed questions that need further review in the response summary.
Google documentation-Create Quizzes with Google Forms
LinkedIn Learning video-Create a Self-grading Quiz
The Quiz activity in Moodle allows a teacher to design and build quizzes consisting of a large variety of question types, including multiple-choice, true-false, short answer, and drag and drop images and text. Read more »
A Moodle discussion forum is an activity where students and teachers can exchange ideas by posting comments. A forum can contribute significantly to successful communication and community building in an online environment. Read more »
The groups feature in Moodle allows teachers to assign students to one or more groups for the entire course or an individual activity.
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By default in Google Drive, people who can edit your shared files can:
- Share the file with others.
- Add or remove specific people.
- Copy, print, or download the file.
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When attending or hosting a web conference using software like Google Meet or Zoom, establishing good audio and video, and following other best practices, will be beneficial for the other meeting participants. Please follow the guidance on this page to make the most out of your meeting. Read more »
Occasionally, there is the need to take a new video to publish into WordPress, Moodle, or any number of other platforms. Because many of these services offer limited storage space, it is better to host your video on a platform such as YouTube or Google Drive. Follow these steps to embed a video from Google Drive. Read more »
Google Classroom now comes with its own built-in gradebook.
To set it up, create gradebook categories under Class Settings:
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Academic Information Technology Services is pleased to announce a Software Carpentry workshop on data management with R.This upcoming workshop is a hands-on, two-day event that covers the core skills needed to be productive in a small research team. Short tutorials alternate with practical exercises, and all instruction is done via live coding. Led by a certified Software and Data Carpentry instructor, this workshop is tailored to the needs of Colby students, staff, and faculty.
Dates: June 25 and 26, 2019
Location: Davis 201
Note: Space is limited to 35 participants
REGISTER by June 18th, 2019
*Please complete this pre-workshop survey*
Workshop objectives include:
- Reducing the barrier to entry into programming, data management, and analysis
- Imparting skills for continued learning and engagement
- Supporting a forum for continuous learning to enable and enhance data-driven research in diverse disciplines
- Creating a strong community of scholars
- Empowering innovative and effective research
Instructors: Jacob Fosso Tande, Manny Gimond
Helpers: Randy Downer, Alex Lelchuk, Jeff Earickson
Event support: Ellen Freeman
Questions? Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join Academic ITS to learn about Google Drive and Team Drives. In this session, you’ll learn how to:
- Upload and create documents
- Work with files
- Share and collaborate
- Access from any device
- Team Drive
Date: July 16, 2019
Location: Miller Davis Classroom
Get started now learning about Google Drive and Team Drive!