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MyOMLab: New MyOMLab Features for Summer and Fall, 2015

July 15, 2015

myomlab  Jay and I would like to keep you up-to-date on the latest features being added to MyOMLab, so here are some nice new additions.

Dynamic Study Modules:

1.) A new “Interactive Report” that helps determine learner participation, topics that are difficult and those that are well understood, and provides details on how students are answering specific questions.  (Live NOW)

2.)  An updated design to the DSM Mobile App, which will provide more consistency between the look and feel of the full web version.  (Available for Fall 2015 classes)

Learning Catalytics:

1.) A “Math Palette” that can be used with student responses on mathematical expression type questions.

  • This feature enables instructors to use Greek symbols, PI,  Logarithm, Exponent, Trigonometric functions, Absolute value, Square root, Nth square root, and Fractions. (Live July 15th)

2.) A redesigned Question Library that makes it easier for instructors to find questions in certain topic areas, and add multiple questions to a module at once. (Live July 15th)

Reporting Dashboard

Instructors and administrators will now be able to select the portion of the report where they would like to see more detailed information and then see the student results that are included in that portion of the report. They will also be able to sort the results, search for individual students, print or export the detailed results, or email one or more students from within the report. (Live Now)

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