Poll Everywhere is certainly a great tool for engaging students during your lectures. Additionally, it has other ways to help facilitate instruction and one such example is using a Q&A poll question. Below, is a walkthrough video on setting up a Q&A question and the variables you need to adjust – such as allowing the…Keep reading
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Live transcription is now available for Zoom meetings. Here’s how you enable it. This feature must be enabled by the host presenter and uses automatic voice recognition to create a real-time transcript; also thought of as closed-captions. There are two steps (three if you need to update Zoom!). The version used below is version 5.8.4…Keep reading
One of the great benefits of being a part of the AU/UGA Medical Partnership is the strength that comes with being part of much larger institutions. Among those is access to the Adobe Creative Cloud and also the myriad of training material available through LinkedIn Learning (formerly Linda.com). Adobe Creative Cloud – available through AU…Keep reading
Our (semi)weekly blog featuring a case study from our new tool – Poll Everywhere: Engaging 100 Radiology Students with innovative polling Please note that although Dr. Shah indicates using the tool to assess, the real potential of this tool is its ability to facilitate engagement. Students can use their laptop, mobile device, or tablet to…Keep reading
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