How to Locate Pictures on BSD Online

With the rise of distance learning around the globe, we’re working with many non-coding teachers who are adopting BSD Online tools alongside LMS platforms like Google Classrooms. I’ve included 3 of the most common use-cases below:

1. Custom, sequenced presentation of classroom materials
One nice feature of BSD Online’s classroom dashboard is that it allows teachers to present their existing material as a cohesive experience. By uploading your own content to a classroom 5 on BSD Online, students can transition seamlessly from one resource to the next. As opposed to with a shared folder of documents, you have control over the sequence in which your students access the information.

2. Tracking student activity and progress
Once your material is hosted on BSD Online, you will be able to track exactly where your students are in real time. The image below shows 3 sample students:

Screen Shot 2020-04-09 at 3.32.54 PM
  • The green, yellow, and gray dots next to the student avatar correspond with active, inactive and signed out respectively.
  • Each progress bar shows the students’ current positions in real time. Han is not in the classroom, Alicia is on page 1 of a custom PDF, and Clark has finished an assignment.

3. Linking to external software
Finally, many teachers use BSD Online a centralized hub for linking to various online resources. Feel free to check out this support video 8 for a detailed walkthrough of this process as well as a template classroom portal that you can use.

“I already built the student portal. My students do not want to use it. They feel that logging into BSD is an unnecessary step since they already have direct access to Google classroom. What else can I do with BSD?”

With the rise of distance learning around the globe, we’re working with many non-coding teachers who are adopting BSD Online tools alongside LMS platforms like Google Classrooms. I’ve included 3 of the most common use-cases below:

1. Custom, sequenced presentation of classroom materials
One nice feature of BSD Online’s classroom dashboard is that it allows teachers to present their existing material as a cohesive experience. By uploading your own content to a classroom 5 on BSD Online, students can transition seamlessly from one resource to the next. As opposed to with a shared folder of documents, you have control over the sequence in which your students access the information.

2. Tracking student activity and progress
Once your material is hosted on BSD Online, you will be able to track exactly where your students are in real time. The image below shows 3 sample students:

Screen Shot 2020-04-09 at 3.32.54 PM
  • The green, yellow, and gray dots next to the student avatar correspond with active, inactive and signed out respectively.
  • Each progress bar shows the students’ current positions in real time. Han is not in the classroom, Alicia is on page 1 of a custom PDF, and Clark has finished an assignment.

3. Linking to external software
Finally, many teachers use BSD Online a centralized hub for linking to various online resources. Feel free to check out this support video 8 for a detailed walkthrough of this process as well as a template classroom portal that you can use.

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