Due to ever increasing interest in LibreTexts open homework and assessment system, ADAPT, the LibreTexts team has added a virtual ADAPT workshop on December 9, 2022 from 9-3 PST.
We will demonstrate how instructors on any campus can use ADAPT to augment existing and newly constructed OER textbooks with summative exercises and embed them in LMSs, LibreTexts textbooks, in a standalone application, and in-class clickers. Discussions will demonstrate how the ADAPT homework system empowers faculty to build and use existing questions in multiple modalities. 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.
Time permitting, we will also introduce the LibreStudio platform 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.
We will conclude with an overview of the analytics infrastructure to provide real-time learning analytics to instructors on student progress with pre-defined learning objectives.
Registration is free but required. Register here: https://forms.gle/FuJAa3ehKGhrZzdP7.
Optional: If you’d like to receive LibreTexts swag as part of your registration there is a $25 fee.
Note: The ADAPT platform is sponsored by a grant from the California Education Learning Lab (CELL) as a free homework assessment platform for all California instructors and students, but is available to educators at any institution in other states as well.