○ Set up a webinar activity
- You would like to plan a webinar with an external webinar tool that learners can start from their learning journey.
- You want to give learners an assessment afterwards.
Which role do you need?
1) Schedule a meeting via an external tool
This can be done via Join.me, appear.in, webex, GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar, Adobe Connect, ClickWebinar or Socrative.
These tools have been developed for organising online meetings. Create an account with one of these tools and plan a meeting. Then you can put the link to this meeting in the Webinar activity in aNewSpring.
Webinar tools where each learner gets a separate link can not be used in this activity.
Click Edit under the Templates tab . Click + Activity under the tab Template and choose Webinar .
2) Activity settings
After publishing, not everything is adjustable anymore. These settings are marked with a * below.
In the description you can give an explanation of the activity. Normally the webinar would open directly after clicking Start in the learning journey. If you added a description, it will first open a page with the description and learners can access the webinar with the Open content button.
Place the link that refers to the meeting in the webinar tool here. You do not necessarily have to fill in a link, the supervisors can do this themselves in their own courses.
The link can no longer be modified in the template after publishing, but the instructor still has the possibility to do so. See the article Organising a Webinar.
Include this activity in the advice
By default, the webinar is not shown as a suggestion at the end of activities because it often takes place at its own pace. By checking this option, this activity can be used in the advice.
The easiest way to set the success limit is to choose Percentage. Would you prefer to round on decimals, whole or half digits? Then first read the article How do I correctly set the threshold of an assessment, relative to the grade?.
- Tutorial: How do I create a basic course?
- General settings of activities
- Creating learning objectives and linking them to questions
See step 3 for adding learning objectives to activities.
- Add conditions to an activity