Allows teachers and students to administrate, document, track, report and submit work online.
In an asynchronous online discussion forum the students can discuss, collaborate and solve academic problems together. It is suitable for student participation and reflection and also for creating and maintaining a good learning environment in the course.
PowerPoint, Keynote and Google Slides are all great for creating presentations, if used well – but how can they be used to support learning goals and create interactive teaching?
Torben Heien Nielsen : Torben uses collaborative notes to enable the students to document and share group work results online in class.
Helle Overgaard Larsen : By blending online and face-to-face activities, Helle is trying to take the best aspects from both approaches.
Susanne Rosthøj, teacher in biostatistics. : By introducing training activities, screencasts and automated feedback in Absalon, Susanne has significantly improved the learning outcome of the students in her biostatistics classes.
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