Hypothesis is an annotation tool that can be used to facilitate online class discussions and other activities. Hypothesis is integrated with Sakai. To learn why instructors might use Hypothesis and to view examples of its use, refer to the Hypothes.is on Sakai page on the PLU iTech website. To get started using Hypothesis, visit the PLU Knowledge Base for instructions.
The Zoom Meetings tool in Sakai is available to instructors to add to course sites to schedule Zoom meetings relevant for a course while providing a designated location in Sakai where students can join scheduled meetings for that course.
More information about Zoom Meetings is available in the PLU Knowledge Base.
Watch the video below for a tutorial on how students can submit assignments that instructors have prepared in the Assignments tool. More details are available in the Assignments help documentation, including How do I submit an assignment? and How do I view my assignment feedback?
Watch the video below for a tutorial on how students can use the Forums tool to participate in online discussions. More information is available in the Forums help documentation, including How do I post to a forum topic?, How do I reply to a forum post?, and the Sakai Forums Survival Guide for Students.
Watch the video playlist below for a tutorial on how instructors can use the Tests & Quizzes tool effectively. More information is available in the Tests & Quizzes help documentation.
Watch the video playlist below for a tutorial on how instructors can use the Assignments tool effectively. More information is available in the Assignments help documentation.