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LPC Presentations for TA


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LPC Presentations for TA

  1. 1. Preparing for Team Presentations For Instructors and Teaching Assistants
  2. 2. Presentations Please note that these guidelines are for instructors, teaching assistants, or program directors that are leading a group of teams. The following will show how to set up the back-channel for leaving feedback on team presentations.
  3. 3. Dropbox Setup An important step to take before anything, is to create a folder in Dropbox where the actual presentation files will be saved. Once you have created a Dropbox folder that all the teams can save their files to, copy the “Share Link”.
  4. 4. Login to LPC Now that you have the “Share Link” for the Dropbox Folder, you should login to LPC as your FACULTY account. (How do I switch accounts?)
  5. 5. 1. Click on Presentations NOTE: This opens up a new window. NOTE: This will open up a new window.
  6. 6. 2. Click on “Create New Presentations”
  7. 7. 3. Complete form • You will need to input the – Date of the presentations – URL to the Dropbox folder you will have the teams upload their presentations to (PDF, PPTX, KEY) – Theme of the presentations (aligned with the LLP Guide) – Teams that are presenting
  8. 8. 3. Complete form
  9. 9. 4. Success! (edit if necessary)
  10. 10. Give Feedback on Presentation On the day of presentations, you will be giving feedback to the other teams. Here are the steps of how to do so.
  11. 11. 1. Click on Presentations NOTE: This opens up a new window. NOTE: This will open up a new window.
  12. 12. 2. Choose specific presentation
  13. 13. 3. Give feedback
  14. 14. 4. Edit feedback
  15. 15. Guidelines There are also Presentation Guidelines and Instructor Critiques that we provide to help make the conversation more constructive. Teams and mentors only see Presentation Guidelines, while Instructors also get the areas they should focus their critiques on.
  16. 16. Team / Mentor View
  17. 17. Instructor View
  18. 18. Going Forward You’re basically an expert at using LaunchPad Central at this point—congrats! For a more detailed description of functions, refer to our Documentation. For any questions you may have in the future: • refer to our Knowledge Base • email us at