are always excited to see faculty members using Isidore features that
others might not know about. Dr. Kevin Schulte in the School of Business
uses the Hot Spot question type in the Tests & Quizzes tool in
Isidore to ensure his students can correctly identify parts of a
are some other hot spot example questions to give you some ideas of how
this question type could be used. Click on the images below for larger
Instructor view of a hot spot question asking students to identify parts of a geologic cross-section.
Instructor view of a hot spot question asking students to identify areas of an H-R Diagram.
Animated image of a student answering a hot spot question about identifying countries of Africa.
you know that 69% of students reported using flashcards in our very
formal, peer-reviewed poll conducted via Twitter? (And yes, that is
Did you know that only 4 faculty members at UD have created flashcard sets with the Flashcard Learning App in Isidore?
Flashcards represent a form of perceptual learning that can help students quickly and effectively achieve
lower-level thinking skills like memorization of specific facts. To
help facilitate student learning in your course, consider creating
flashcard sets using the Flashcard Learning App in Isidore.
Find out how to use the tool by watching the 3 minute video below, or read more in our E-Wiki.
you have an idea for a flashcard set, but aren't sure how to get
started or don't have the time to build out the set yourself, let us
know, and we'll help you build out the set.*
*For a limited time only. Limit one set per customer. Just kidding, please let us help!
Upcoming Training Opportunities
Spring is quickly passing us by, and before we know it, it will be the season of online learning!
If you are teaching online this summer, we highly recommend popping by our Teaching Online Drop-In Sessions to
have your Isidore course sites reviewed, discuss online teaching best
practices, shoot lecture videos, and more. Come by for 3 minutes or 3
hours - we'll be happy to see you.