CIS 2 Computers and the Internet in Society - Syllabus
[DeAnza CIS2] WELCOME to CIS 2 - Computers and the Internet in Society
CIS 50: Introduction to Computers, Data Processing, and Applications
[DeAnza CIS50] WELCOME to CIS 50: Introduction to Computers, Data Processing, and Applications
Teaching, Learning and Retention
Terms of Service
Technology Supported Learning and Retention (TSLR)
TEI.2007 - Technology Enhanced Instruction
CIS 2 Computers and the Internet in Society - Syllabus
De Anza Icons
CAOS 131 - Quick Presentation
CAOS 132 - Quick Web Site
CAOS 132 Notes for DeAnza Faculty
CAOS 133 - Using Email in Instruction
Basic Education Online Project
WIKIS for Knowledge
CIS2 at wikia.com
The Digitals are coming...
MEET Grant Update
* De Anza Icons
* Supervising and Evaluating Online Teaching : Online Instructor Evaluation
Learning Objects and Open Courses
Group Projects and Online Collaboration, Group Project Project, Group Projects Overview
Online Learning Blogs
CIS 2 Computers and Society meets Moodle, Catalyst / Moodle, Moodle - faculty review
Excellence in Online Teaching and Learning, Evaluating Online Courses
DL Course Management Support, Learning Management
TEI - Online Teaching and Learning, TEI-3 Main
Accessibility in Web-delivered Teaching
HTML in 90 Minutes
QAAL - Question and Answer LibraryQAAL Main Page
DL Faculty Survey September 2002
DL Faculty Survey July 2002
The form or questionnaire is associated with an email address. [somewhat secure - just need email and password]
The results submitted will be directed to that email address automatically
[send result of each entry/submit to email] [log results - trigger dump of all results collected todate]
What it is
What it isn't (and why)
- Quick and easy way for faculty to create online surveys and feedback forms
- Multiple formats for questions and answers [examples]
- Templates for standard surveys and feedback forms - Course evaluation, student presentation feedback [samples]
- Scoring / grading [right/wrong answers, points per answer, report grades to student, record grades for instructor]
- Automatic replys based on right/wrong answer
- Automatic replies for each answer choice
- Action/display based on score - send email to instructor when student gets over 80% on orientation pre-test [as per Cafarelli]
- Allow students to retake quiz/parts of quiz they missed previous time [score not sent to instructor until score threshold reached]
- Use existing form as basis/model for new form [sharable forms - general/system, own account forms, other accounts]
- Select set of answer choices - True/False, Strongly Agree...
CREATE A FORM
Need an easy way to collect information from students for your Distance Learning course? Use the Distance Learning survey tool - QAAL - Question and Answer Library. When student complete the form and click Submit, the information is automatically sent to you by email.
QAAL - Question and Answer Library Example
Student Evaluation Survey
- WebCT gradebook - WebCT already has very comprehensive questions, answers, scoreing, responses, tracking, secure reporting for student/instructor, random questions selections, unique exams, calculations in questions. If you need this functionality, it is worth the effort to learn to use WebCT.
Creating a Form with QAAL
As students complete and submit the form, you will receive an email with the information provided by the student. There is no information about the source of the email, as this is all handled by a program. For an anyonomous survey like the Student Evaluation, this is good. However, if you need to respond to the student, be sure to provide "questions" for the student to include their name and email address.
Open the QAAL main page in your browser window.
Create a QAAL account. Your ID is your email address. Enter a password as well. Once you have created an account, you can Login from the main QAAL page, using your email address and password.
You will see a list of pre-built surveys under Open Source Forms. You can choose to use one of these as the basis of your own form by clicking on link to the form title. A copy of this form will be made and added to your list of forms.
- If you want to create an entirely new form, click on the Create Form link on the left of your screen. Compete the requested information and click the Create Form button.
- Now that you have a form set up, you can add or modify questions in your formy. Click on the link to your form
to move to the questions update page.
To ADD a question, click on the Add Question link on the left of your screen. Fill in the question text, select from the predefined set of answers or compose your own. Then Click on the Create Question button.
- Add questions one at a time using this process, until all your questions have been added.
View your sform. Click on the View this Form link at the top of your screen.
Your QAAL formy can be accessed directly from the Short URL listed at the top of your screen.
There is a Question Sequence Number box in the question input/update page.
(This is an advanced feature so it is not visible in the default Novice mode. If the Question Sequence Number is not visible, navigate to Edit Account to change your account profile User Level from Novice to Intermediate)
For each question you want to reorder, access the question page and fill in a sequence number in the order that you want the questions to appear.
You can leave gaps in the numbers to allow for possible later additions and changes. Any questions that do not have a specific Question Sequence Number will display in the order they were entered above questions with assigned Question Sequence Numbers.
- Access the question to be deleted and click the Delete question button
- QAAL can be used for other kinds of quizzes with right and wrong answers.
- You can provide text to be displayed depending on the student's response.