How to add Content

Drag new section int the sections area

Sections allow you to group your content. Students can use sections to navigate your Easy Generator Course.  

Your Easy Generator Course must have at least one section.

Drag content or questions into the section

Content allows you to add information in text, images, and other information.  

Questions allow students to answer questions and receive immediate feedback. Students must answer all questions correctly before completing the easy generator course (see setting up your course on how to change that). Students have the ability to change their answers until they answer correctly.

Note: "Open Questions" are not graded so students only need to input an answer to complete the course.

Read more about the various question types here: https://help.easygenerator.com/en/articles/677432-question-types

 

Note: the scenario question type has been deprecated and should not be used.

Open the Content / Question to Edit It

Drag content items  from the left-hand menu

 

Text: https://help.easygenerator.com/en/articles/1384281-adding-text

Images: https://help.easygenerator.com/en/articles/677428-adding-images

Media: We ask that you not use the Easy Generator Video tool, but instead use one of the Tufts supported media tools. Contact edtech@tufts.edu to set up a consult on the best use of video in easy generator.

Documents: https://help.easygenerator.com/en/articles/867657-adding-documents

Interactive: https://help.easygenerator.com/en/articles/1384573-adding-hotspot-on-image

 

Add Immediate Feedback in Responce  

Feedback is very important.

Research shows that feedback given immediately after the question is very helpful for students learning.  

Students can navigate anywhere in the Easy Generator Course, so hiding important information in the feedback section is a good way to ensure that students are meaningfully interacting with the course. For instance, if you are creating a case, one of your final pages may explain to the students the final diagnoses of the case. If you require the students to input their final diagnosis into an open question, they will not see the real diagnosis until they meaningfully answer the question.

If you have questions on how to best structure your course so that it encourages meaningful interactions email edtech@tufts.edu.