In this video tutorial, you will learn about the capabilities of blogging within the itslearning platform including privacy settings, who can blog, how to add a blog entry as welll as how to access someone's blog for viewing and commenting.
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication". It is a way to easily distribute a list of headlines, update notices, and sometimes content to a wide number of people. Instead of manually updating course dashboards and pages, why not let the pages update themselves!
In this video, we will demonstrate how you can easily embed RSS feeds into your course dashboards, school or district landing pages and your course content pages.
Teachers have asked, “How can I use itslearning to give students more ownership in their learning? I want them to be creators and not just consumers." That’s a fabulous question! How about a survey round robin!
Using groups and permissions in itslearning, you can let groups of students be creators or authors of surveys, takers of surveys, as well as analyzers of data in surveys.
So let’s say you create 3 groups for your class.
Group A might create a survey for B to take and B could create a survey for C to take.
You get the picture. Let’s dig in deeper by watching this short tutorial.
A collection of portfolios that is published as an entity on the Internet constitutes an ePortfolio. In itslearning, the ePortfolio is a collection of your work, a blog, an 'About me' page, and external links. Users are free to customize portfolios by changing skins and adding content. In many ways, your ePortfolio is your digital identity.