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    Creating a Social Learning Environment using ZOHO Creator Creating a Social Learning Environment using ZOHO Creator Presentation Transcript

    • Social Learning How to develop a Environment With Zoho Creator
    • The Assignment: Locate 3 journal articles on the topic of the week, summarize them, and share them with the class. Then read everyone else’s summaries. *Adapted from Mike Wesch’s 94 articles activity: http://mediatedcultures.net/ksudigg/?p=202
    • To do so, we’ll create a form in Zoho Creator for students to fill out.
    • Then, we’ll configure a page that displays all the student entered article summaries (called the view)
    • Then, we’ll pull the page into Blackboard
    • 1 Sign up for a Zoho Account at http://creator.zoho.com/
    • Click the ‘sign up for free’ button
    • Click the ‘sign up for free’ button
    • Create a Form for Article Submissions 2
    • Click the ‘create new application’ button
    • Click the ‘create new application’ button
    • Interpersonal Comm. Bibliography 1. Name your application (can be anything - I used the course number) 2. Name the form you’re creating (I called it Bibliography) 3. Click ‘create from scratch’ 4. Click the ‘create now’ button. This will generate a page that looks like this:
    • Create the form by dragging & dropping fields into the blank workspace (one at a time) and configuring each.
    • Create the form by dragging & dropping fields into the blank workspace (one at a time) and configuring each.
    • Types of fields used in this form:
    • Types of fields used in this form: Dropdown Field
    • Types of fields used in this form: Dropdown Field Single Line Field
    • Types of fields used in this form: Dropdown Field Single Line Field Multi Line Field
    • Once you drag a field onto the workspace, a configuration window will pop up. Label each field (in this case I’m creating a dropdown list so students can pick the topic of the week). Clicking ‘Options’ will let you customize your form further (handy but not necessary).
    • Click ‘This is required field’ if you want to make sure students don’t submit the form without filling out this field. You can also enter instructions to students under ‘Appearance’
    • Click ‘This is required field’ if you want to make sure students don’t submit the form without filling out this field. You can also enter instructions to students under ‘Appearance’
    • Click ‘This is required field’ if you want to make sure students don’t submit the form without filling out this field. You can also enter instructions to students under ‘Appearance’
    • Once you’ve added all the fields, click ‘Access this application’
    • Once you’ve added all the fields, click ‘Access this application’
    • Click ‘More Actions’ & select ‘Permalink’ to get the URL for the form. Now, let’s create a link from Blackboard to this form.
    • Click ‘More Actions’ & select ‘Permalink’ to get the URL for the form. Now, let’s create a link from Blackboard to this form.
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’ 4. Click add ‘External Link’
    • Name: Enter a name for the link which will appear in the Course Menu (I used ‘Article Entry’) URL: Paste the ZOHO Form URL here Click ‘Submit’
    • The form is now accessible from the Blackboard Side Menu
    • The form is now accessible from the Blackboard Side Menu
    • 3 Configure the View
    • 1. Click the ‘Views’ tab 2. Click ‘Access this application’ * By default your view will display all the records. You can restrict the display of records by setting criteria under ‘records.’ For instance, you could set the criteria to only show records entered under a particular ‘topic of the week.’
    • 1. Click the ‘Views’ tab 2. Click ‘Access this application’ * By default your view will display all the records. You can restrict the display of records by setting criteria under ‘records.’ For instance, you could set the criteria to only show records entered under a particular ‘topic of the week.’
    • 1. Click the ‘Views’ tab 2. Click ‘Access this application’ * By default your view will display all the records. You can restrict the display of records by setting criteria under ‘records.’ For instance, you could set the criteria to only show records entered under a particular ‘topic of the week.’
    • View as: Select ‘List’ * By default the view will display information for each field, which may make the page look crowded. For that reason you may want to hide some fields by clicking ‘Show/ Hide Columns.’ The data will still be there for you to view when logged in, but your students won’t see it.
    • View as: Select ‘List’ * By default the view will display information for each field, which may make the page look crowded. For that reason you may want to hide some fields by clicking ‘Show/ Hide Columns.’ The data will still be there for you to view when logged in, but your students won’t see it.
    • Select which fields you want students to be able to view Click ‘done’ to save the changes
    • Click ‘More Actions’ & select ‘Permalink’ to get the URL for the form. Now, let’s create a link from Blackboard to this form.
    • Click ‘More Actions’ & select ‘Permalink’ to get the URL for the form. Now, let’s create a link from Blackboard to this form.
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’
    • 1. Log into Blackboard 2. Click on Control Panel 3. Select ‘Manage Course Menu’ under ‘Course Options’ 4. Click add ‘External Link’
    • Name: Enter a name for the link which will appear in the Course Menu (I used ‘Article Summary’) URL: Paste the ZOHO View URL here Click ‘Submit’
    • The view is now accessible from the Blackboard Side Menu * Note that the view will be empty until you fill out at least one form. Test your form by clicking on ‘Article Entry’ and filling it out. Then click on ‘Article Summary’ and verify that the information you just entered is displayed there.
    • The view is now accessible from the Blackboard Side Menu * Note that the view will be empty until you fill out at least one form. Test your form by clicking on ‘Article Entry’ and filling it out. Then click on ‘Article Summary’ and verify that the information you just entered is displayed there.