Classroom Assessment Technique

Tegrity and the muddiest point

The “muddiest point” is a classroom assessment technique that faculty can use to gauge understanding of material presented in class or in readings. Ann Carlson has a great explanation of how this technique can be used (from the Western Washington

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What is the best length for a Tegrity recording?

Faculty can use Tegrity, the lecture capture tool licensed by the University of Alabama, to record their in-class lectures or provide supplementary videos that automatically upload to Blackboard. The in-class lecture recordings, as you might imagine, tend to last about

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