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Part 2: Create Assignments in Perusall
Part 3: Integrate Perusall Assignments into D2L
Here's the LTI link so you don't have to scroll through the documents to find it when you need it!
Part 2: Create an Assignment In Perusall
This video shows you how to set up an assignment in Perusall.
Part 3: Integrate Perusall Assignments in D2L
This video shows you how to set up the assignment in D2L, link it to Perusall, and set up the gradebook item
- Start with a low-stakes--such as a syllabus annotation--or extra credit assignment so students can learn to use Perusall without the pressure of a high-stakes assignment.
- Add additional content in Perusall as you feel ready. You need not create it all before the course begins.
- Use Perusall-generated scores as the participation grade.
Perusall works with a variety of content, including OER materials, materials you create, websites, library articles, and YouTube videos. Tips for success:
- PDFs and Word documents work best; PDFs should be high resolution
- Portrait format works better for scrolling than Landscape format.
- Powerpoints will work now (as of August 10, 2021). You can use the highlight text function for all text, and the image selector option for the images.
- Website content is often more easily navigable when converted into a PDF, especially on sites with popups. Be sure to include a link to the site. It's recommended to test it out both ways to see how the site you want to use works best.
- Perusall will not display YouTube's automatic captions. It will only display manually-uploaded YouTube captions.
- Contact a librarian with any questions regarding the usability of library articles. Be sure to include links and information regarding how to access Galileo articles.