This workshop will showcase the ADAPT and LibreStudio platforms.
This workshop will showcase the ADAPT and LibreStudio platforms sponsored by the California Education Learning Lab as free homework assessment platforms for all California instructors and students. We will demonstrate how instructors can use ADAPT to augment existing and newly constructed OER textbooks with summative exercises and embed them in Canvas and LibreTexts textbooks. Discussions will demonstrate how the ADAPT homework system (https://ADAPT.libretexts.org) empowers faculty to build and use existing questions in multiple modalities: (1) formative vs. summative, (2) autograded vs. open-ended grading, and (3) embedded in Canvas or textboos. Workshop participants will learn how to build autograded questions based on four technologies - H5P, WebWork, IMathAS, and native (QTI) - that can be used interchangeably to allow for maximal impact. We will introduce the LibreStudio platform (https://studio.libretexts.org) for construction, storage and distribution of H5P assessments. Participants will be able to join LibreStudio to create and share H5P assessments, review the H5P of other authors, and build/join a community within Studio.
[For materials used at the event, please see the bottom of the page]
WHERE: College of the Canyons, 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road Santa Clarita, CA 91355
WHEN: December 3rd, 2022 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
ROOM: UCEN-258 (Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center)
PARKING: Guest parking permits will be provided.
- Light breakfast and lunch will be provided
- A laptop will be needed
For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please contact Selena Silva at selena [at] asccc.org (Two weeks advance notice for accommodations is requested)
**More event information coming soon**
Registration is free and space is limited. Register and reserve your spot today!
If you are unable to attend please email oeri [at] asccc.org before the cancellation deadline (November 26, 2022). Cancellations must be received in writing.