Teaching Math Online Using OER - Shared screen with speaker view
Veronica - follow up with me after - firstname.lastname@example.org I’d like to see if I can help you find the sorts of resources that you are looking for.
Thank you MIchelle, I will do that.
is this for math?
Yes, this is for math.
I can't remember who this invite came from. Like what organization?
Veronica was looking for something very specific within the broader world of math.
This is from ASCCC - Academic Senate.
Specific to ALL community colleges.
I have not
I have been using it for two years
sounds familiar so maybe a few years ago
I've been using it for Statistics
I am using for a while
I have not either
register as a new student?
College Algebra; statistics; trigonometry
I teach stats mainly :/
Stats and Calculus II
All transfer-level: College Algebra and Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus
cindy, you said we put your name in the verification box?
yes, when you register for the instructor account put Cindy Moss for verification
How the answers are coded?
If they are by Graphing calculators or by hand>
PJ Nuzman, I just approved your MOM account, :D.
thank you :) I received the email as well
How i can access these question library?
makes it harder to google too haha
Where's Ellen Sue on the list? ;)
How can I go about learning how to code questions?
This is really easy to learn. When you start using
So, if there is a question with an error and it is fixed, that fix well be pushed to all the assessments that are using it?
Yes, that is correct, Michelle.
say that again. all videos are captioned?
Sorry, I'm totally new to this. Could you please show how to create a course with lecture notes, a quizz, and an exam?
Can I say something
We know there are certain types of questions that are more likely to have issues as opposed to others. But it might make sense to offer a guide as to which are most likely to be all-good.
You’re adopting textbook X and then using MOM.
what is a latepass?
This is how students can complete late assignments
LatePass allows student to submit Late assignments.
throughout the whole semester?
You could set many days after the due date
For example, you could allow 5 day extensions or 120 days, your choice.
that is what I love about MOM, it gives me the freedom.
So is this book available to anyone in LibreTexts?
yes, it's completly open to all
that's fantastic hah
are we anti- free online calc emulators/
wow this has been so engaging I cant believe the time already
Can you please repeat how you get to this Canvas Page?
You can also use - tinyurl.com/ASCCC-OpenEd
My school is providing technology too
My college provides chromebooks to anyone who need it.
thank you so much for having this meeting. I will try OER later maybe next semester :-). have a nice day
We’re good - no time limit.
Same to you, Hoang.
i just make my questions hard to google haha
Have to sign off for kid duty. Bye everyone!!!!!!
I have to run but thank you for all the information.
I noticed that the LibreTexts have an option to import into a LMS. Can you show what that looks like in Canvas?
Importing into Libre from Canvas is VERY easy. If you got into Commons and search ASCCC you will see some examples. I will be uploaded a shell for stats soon - but you can see how what other texts look like.
We should have an archive of a how to move a text from Libre to Canvas available soon - it was done last Friday. I am not sure what happened to the archive.
I just imported the stats Libre Text into my Canvas Sandbox - it was super easy. Download the .imscc file from Libre, go into Canvas Settings, select import course content
I was just curious what it looks like when it is imported
It’s pathologically easy. It embeds the pages.
I'm looking at mine right now, it goes in as modules, and each section is in a scrollable window inside Canvas with the textbook content.
there are two tutorial videos on writing questions in the Training Course
There's a more thorough course on question writing. See course ID 33010 Enrollment Key: MOMRocks
YAY!!! That is awesome. I like teaching probability first in stats. That's cool to know!
Will a remixed textbook import to Canvas the same way as well?
Thank you all!