Interactive Presentation is a Beta feature that is available for users who want to try out and help validating this new product ingredient. If you want to make use of this Beta feature, please contact us at [email protected].

Once you've published your Interactive Presentation, an extra element is added to your setup screen: Overall student progress. Here you can see statistics related to attendance and the percentage of correct answers/answers overall, either on average or per individual. You can sort the table by clicking on the header of each column. 

Once you're ready to present, click on Present Live in the upper right corner. This will open a screen displaying a link for the presentation (note that this will only work if you are using the Interactive Presentation tool directly from the FeedbackFruits website; if you're using it via an LMS such as Canvas, Brightspace or Blackboard, your students will have to join directly from the LMS's interface) as well as the option to start the presentation. You are now live and students can join your presentation.
Your students join the presentation by navigating to the Interactive Presentation in their course in their LMS. 

As soon as they join, you will be informed on this screen. 

Now that your audience has joined, you can start the presentation by clicking Start Presentation.

Note that your students will only see slides as you change them (i.e., they will only see the first one until you skip to the next). Also, if you switch to fullscreen, you will only see one slide at the time, as would normally be the case with a presentation (i.e., not like in the screenshot above, where you can see slides lined up at the bottom).

As soon as you enter a question slide, you will see a screen like one of the two below, depending on whether you are asking an open question or a multiple choice question.

As soon as people answer, it will be updated just below the question (in blue text).

Note that you can delete the timer (by clicking on the little bin), pause it (via the pause sign) and end the timer/close the question (by clicking the "next" sign), as well as restart the timer if the question's closed (by clicking the "refresh" icon), edit it once it's paused (by clicking the little pencil) or set a new timer once it's deleted (by clicking the Add Timer button).

As soon as you get answers from everyone on want to go further, you need to click Next at the bottom/move on to the next slide, in order to show results, and then reveal the correct answers (in case you have set some).

Note that this process will be identical for open questions.

The Show Results screen:

The Reveal Correct Answers screen: 

As soon as the lecture is over and you exit fullscreen, you can go back to the statistics screen, which will now have been updated with the results recorded from your students, as shown below.

This concludes the teacher's view tutorial.

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