How do I create a custom survey, add questions, and attach the survey to a course?

Description  Individual faculty can expand the core set of items asked of students by creating custom questions. Adding additional questions is optional. If you choose to not provide any additional questions, students will only be asked to respond to the core End of Course Survey (ECS). In Evaluation KIT such additions involve steps to: Create a survey Add and edit...

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How do I specify the date and time of when the end-of-course survey is available to students?

Description There is an expectation that the end-of-course survey is completed by students during class time. In oder for this to happen, for each course, the instructor must set the date and start time.  If no changes are made, the student will have access, through Moodle, of the survey on the default dates set for that semester (in fall 2019,...

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Sharing Your iPad Screen via a Windows PC – On Campus

The above video walks you through how to share you iPad screen in a Zoom meeting that’s hosted (joined) on a Windows computer while working on campus. This will be useful for whiteboarding during synchronous classes, or when recording mini-lectures. This is a different method than used at home, shown on the MacDigital site “Sharing Your iPad via a Windows...

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Trust Message Not Showing Up When Connecting iPad to Mac Laptop

To share your iPad screen in Zoom via a cable (or to do other things that require a wired connection between your iPad and your computer), you need to tell your computer to trust your device. You’re usually prompted for the first when you first plug your iPad into your laptop, but sometimes this doesn’t happen. Additionally, security changes in...

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Sharing Your iPad Screen via a Windows PC – Off Campus

The above video walks you through how to share you iPad screen in a Zoom meeting that’s hosted (joined) on a Windows computer. You essentially connect the two devices — your PC and your iPad — via the iPad’s AirPlay protocol. This will be useful for whiteboarding during synchronous classes, or when recording mini-lectures. Notably, this method only works at...

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Getting Files Onto (and Off Of) Your iPad

Whether you’re using your iPad to annotate an article during class or recording a lecture over your Powerpoint slide deck, you’ll need a way to get documents onto (and off) your iPad. The best set up for this depends on a number of factors like what cloud storage or iPad apps you already use. In general, though, the easiest option...

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