Here you will find step-by-step instructions on how to sign up, schedule and take your ProctorU proctored exam.
If your instructor allows it, you may choose to use TurningPoint Mobile (previously known as ResponseWare) on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop instead of a physical clicker.
Sometimes a clicker will behave erratically. It will not light green as it should when an answer is submitted or the screen does not display properly when you attempt to answer. The key to what the flashes and colors is shown here.
To ensure that your clicker registration is correct log into your Turning Technologies Account look to be sure that you see three green check marks.
Some classes require the use of student response devices, often called clickers. Clickers are handheld devices that enable instructors to pose questions to students and immediately collect and view the responses of the entire class. They are often used give quizzes, take polls, open discussions, and take attendance.
If your instructor uses the Blackboard rubric tool, you can view rubrics attached to any assignment through the My Grades tool in your course. Instructors who use the rubric to grade, frequently leave feedback within the rubric.
Before you can use your clicker in your classes you need to register your clicker to an account on Turning Technologies’ website.
Once you have finished recording video using Kaltura Capture, you will need to upload your video to Kaltura’s My Media to use it on University of Arkansas sites and Blackboard courses. Additionally, you can upload pre-existing media to Kaltura. This article will walk you through those processes.
Kaltura has a native media editor online called Kaltura Editor. The Editor is great for creating a clip from a longer video, trimming the beginning or ending or a recording, or deleting an interruption in the middle of the recording.
This quick introduction will explain recording settings, common uses for different recording settings, and presentation tools during screen capturing recordings.