TILT: Double Header – Collaborative Portfolio Grading & Google Docs Meets Wimba

What: “Grading Portfolios Collaboratively in Vista” and “Online Student Presentations with Wimba Presentation”
Who: Cindy Ratekin, of the Child Development Program
When: Previously recorded on Wednesday, March 10 at 2:00 p.m. pacific time
Where: Archive that is Online in Wimba Classroom

Archive for: Collaborative Portfolio Grading

Archive for: Google Docs Meets Wimba

In this archive Cindy Ratekin discusses two separate Vista experiences that were initiated in the Fall 2009 semester that allowed student assignments to
be transferred to an on-line format. The first involved the Child Development Senior Seminar course. This course uses 6 different Child
development faculty to review and grade Senior Portfolios electronically. The second experience involved moving student
presentations that were previously done during class sessions into an electronic format.

What is TILT?
The Technology in Learning and Teaching consortium is an informal research and interest group consisting of faculty, staff, and others with interests or experience in technology as it relates to learning and teaching. You can attend these faculty presentations in person, live online through the Internet, or via a later archive. For more information, visit the TILT Web page: http://www.csuchico.edu/tlp/tilt. Presentations take place on Wednesdays in MLIB 031, in the basement of Meriam Library.

Viewing a TILT Symposium Online
Participant Logins do not require a password for this presentation.

For questions, information or suggestions for future TILT sessions please contact Ann Steckel at X6780 or asteckel[at]csuchico.edu.

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