Posts Tagged: Assessment

Articulate Storyline

Beginning July 1, 2017, Northeastern will have a number of licenses available for Articulate 360 and Storyline 360. Current users of Storyline 1 or 2 will be able to continue using these versions, but no further updates will be provided. We recommend moving to Storyline 360 when convenient. Read more about the upgrade and request access... Read more »

Playposit Interactive Video

It is recommended that you build and complete bulbs using the Chrome browser. Some loss of editing and viewing functionality can occur using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. For additional information go to Playposit's Technical Requirements page. Playposit is an online learning environment to create and share interactive video lessons. The simple and intuitive browser... Read more »

Respondus Test Creator

Respondus 4.0 Test Creator can help you create an assessment with many questions more quickly by allowing you to bypass cutting and pasting test questions, answer choices, and feedback from a Word document or Excel spreadsheet. For example, you would write the following question on a Word document:   3) Who determined the exact speed… Read more »

TurningPoint – Instructor Resources

Because of the integration with the Blackboard learning management system, proper registration can be unwieldy for students. If students do an internet search, they will likely discover a different process for registration that will fail to make the link correctly to the system, resulting in their clicker or ResponseWare responses being lost. As a result,... Read more »

Poll Everywhere Student Response

For information on student response systems in general and others in use at Northeastern University, including Top Hat, Turning Point, and Learning Catalytics, please click here. Northeastern Information Technology Services has secured a license for online and on-ground classroom use of Poll Everywhere, a student response solution that allows students to respond to polling questions... Read more »
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