New assessment screens and combined content libraries
For release 71 we added some pretty cool new features! It mainly focusses on ‘task force’ projects again making the platform even more user-friendly. Check out the main features below in this short video.
Brand new assessment screens for instructors
We added a set of brand new screens, which makes assessing much clearer and easier for the instructor. Easily check who handed in new questions and assignments for each activity. Assess the answers and assignments one by one or one after the other.
Combined evaluation & knowledge content libraries
Why not combine evaluation and knowledge-type content into one content library? That is much easier. With this release, the two types of content libraries no longer exist. They have been combined into a single ‘content library’. Of course you can continue to create evaluations. If you create a new question, you can indicate whether it is a knowledge-type question (standard) or an evaluation-type question. Quite convenient!
Sequence and Sections tab merged with the Activity Content tab
In our last release we improved the way you select content in an activity. In release 71, we added the ‘Sequence and Sections’ tab to the ‘Activity Content’ tab. Therefore, it is now possible on one screen, to not only create and select content, but also to change the order and create sections within the activity. Nice!
Stripe added as payment provider. Along with Buckaroo and Paypal, we have now added Stripe as a payment provider for the catalogue. Check out the Stripe website.
The ‘Select all’ option is now available for managing the instructor functionalities in a course. On the Instructor tab in the course settings, it is now possible to select/deselect an entire column at each functionality.
If you have any questions regarding this release, please don’t hesitate to contact support!
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