Tegrity Campus 2.0 has been updated and there are new features now available that we wanted to make you aware of. Some of these include:
Video for Macs
- Mac users can now record video along with their screen recording in a Tegrity lecture.
Ability to send questions to the professor
- Students can easily flag and email a specific point in a lecture (and an associated question) to their professor or fellow student. The recipient simply clicks the attached link to start the playback at that point.
- Tegrity Bookmarks enable students to “set” bookmarks during class by clicking a single key on their iPods, iPhones, browser-enabled cell phones or regular browsers. Students can set bookmarks to denote “action items” for later review, referencing specific points they didn’t understand or information that seemed critical for a test. Later, when reviewing classes with Tegrity Campus, the student can easily navigate to these bookmarks, check them off after review, and set new ones.
Instructors can also set bookmarks to highlight key points for the entire class, for example, to flag items to be tested. By setting public bookmarks, students and instructors can collaborate around the content, creating a content (class)-centric discussion board.
Improved student recording workflow
- Not only can students record with Tegrity, but the instructor controls whether student recordings can be viewed by the Professor alone, the entire class, or only a portion of the class. This degree of personalization is only possible with Tegrity dataset integration.