Student view of LectureTools. At Point “A” students can choose for the list of courses that have adopted LectureTools. At “B” (and similar areas) they can type notes, synchronized with the lecture slides. At “C” they are asked to self-assess their confidence in understanding the material being discussed. At “D” they can pose a question during lecture that will stream on the instructor’s web site and the web site of the assigned teaching Assistants for which they can post responses without the name of the questioner attached. At “E” the student can pop up the slide, draw on it and save the drawing. “F” represents an opportunity for student response to a question. Clicking there offers the question for consideration. Button “G” become visible if, after class, the instructor uploads a podcast for this lecture. At “H” the student can list the slides and their notes to print (3 slides to a page) for off-line review. Popup window “I” lists questions from students and answers by the teaching assistant during class or instructor after class.
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