I was wondering if there was a certificate that can be printed or saved after the completion of an Assessment. If a student reach %90 or more on any given assessment, they could print out a certificate that says they are Highly Proficient with Digital Skills.
I was hoping that you would have a series of short tutorials that dealt with the issues around Information Literacy on the College level. I see that there are some tutorials about citation style, plagiarism, searching the free web, but how about something on using library databases, narrowing a search topic, identifying keywords for searching, etc. Take a look at the free tutorials available from the CLIP consortium ...more »
Since they are a Google school it would be super easy to push that through to each student.
Have an app for Windows 8.
From Andy Lynch @MarketingJazz (via Twitter):
@AtomicHigherEd @SNHUBusiness Hoping for additional social media skill assessments to support student/faculty/staff learning goals
Atomic Learning can only show teacher or student, we would like an additional flag to have for staff to differentiate between staff and teachers.
Have a dashboard in Blackboard that an instructor can add series to and see if the students have completed that series. For example, in English 1302 an instructor might want the students to have watched the series on avoiding plagarism, APA formatting, and Word 2013 Building References Training. At the same time the student is required to watch the APA formatting series for a PSYC 1301 course. It would be nice if the ...more »
It would be nice that I could calculate the total amount of time for all the videos in a course (or by folder) so that it is easy to report when it comes to calculating amount of time required of the students. This can be really helpful when it comes to justifying the credit hour information in higher education.
Within your Google Extension series, I feel strongly that you should include information regarding the risks that a person takes when installing and enabling some of the extensions that grant complete access to all the data on your computer, including banking information, passwords, search history and so many other things. If you need more information about the hazards, I can direct you to many articles written on this ...more »
A customer reported today they are seeing a shift in their faculty moving their courses from their LMS to WordPress. As a result he would like to see a plug in to help integrate AL into those WordPress courses that are being created. He acknowledges that they could create easy links and paste into WordPress, but says it would help in integration.
As I am browsing the projects, I would like to be able to refine the topics by grade- elementary (upper/lower), middle, high school.
I had a customer request come in that they would like to have a version list available (either from the Account Manager or available right off the site). They would like for that list to have the various versions we have created with a description of what and why for each.