【M2B(Mitsuba) Manual ~for Students~】

【M2B(Mitsuba) Manual ~for Students~】
【M2B(Mitsuba) Manual ~for Students~】
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【M2B(Mitsuba) Manual ~for Students~】
Version 1.0
April 28, 2017
Inquiries
Kyushu University Ito Campus
Central Building 1, Room 1410, Information
and Counseling Office
Telephone: 092-802-5892
Email:[email protected]
Copyright© Learning Analytics Center, Kyushu University
Contact the above office when making changes to this manual.
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【M2B(Mitsuba) Manual ~for Students~】
Manual Layout
Getting Started...
Consent Form
Page 5
Classroom Use...
Taking Attendance
Page 7
Submitting Reports
Page 8
Viewing Materials
Page 11
Quizzes
Page 12
Surveys
Making Groups
Page 15
Writing Journal Entries
Page 17
App Operation
Page 27
How to Use the App
Page 32
Sharing Journal Entries
Page 19
Commenting on Journal
Entries
Page 21
Other Features
Page 14
Page 23
Other...
Viewing BookLooper Usage
Status Page 32
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Malfunction Support
Page 31
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Table of Contents
1.
Introduction ................................................... 5
1.1 Moodle e-Learning System ............................. 5
1.2 Mahara e-Learning Portfolio System ............ 5
1.3 BookRoll Digital Material Distribution
System ....................................................................... 5
1.4 Agreement for Participation in Planning of
“Research on the Measurement and Analysis of
Student Learning Activities” ................................... 5
2.
Moodle ........................................................... 6
2.1 Moodle Login ................................................... 6
2.2 Course Enrollment (Self-Enrollment) ........... 6
2.3 Attendance ...................................................... 7
2.3.1 Taking Attendance ...................................... 7
2.3.2 Checking Attendance .................................. 8
2.4 Submitting Reports......................................... 8
2.4.1 About Assignments ..................................... 8
2.4.2 Viewing Assignments .................................. 8
2.4.3 Submitting Reports ..................................... 9
2.5 Using Forums ................................................ 10
2.5.1 What is a News Forum? ............................ 10
2.5.2 Viewing Forums ........................................ 10
2.5.3 Replying in Forums................................... 10
2.6 Viewing Materials ..........................................11
2.6.1 About Materials (Resources) on Moodle ...11
2.6.2 Reading Materials ..................................... 12
2.7 Quizzes .......................................................... 12
2.7.1 What are Quizzes? .................................... 12
2.7.2 Taking Quizzes .......................................... 12
2.7.3 “Pausing” and “Reopening” Quizzes with no
Time Limit .............................................................. 13
2.8 Questionnaire ................................................ 14
3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.8.1
3.8.2
Mahara ........................................................ 14
Mahara Login ................................................ 14
Creating Groups............................................ 15
Inviting Members to Groups ........................ 15
Writing Journals ........................................... 17
How to Write in Provided Journals .......... 17
Creating New Journals ............................. 18
Creating New Journal Entries ................. 18
Sharing Journals .......................................... 19
Creating Pages .......................................... 19
Adding Journals to Pages ......................... 19
Sharing Pages ........................................... 20
Viewing Shared Journals (Pages) ................ 21
Adding Comments to Journals ..................... 21
Other Contents on Pages .................................. 22
Put the image on the page ........................ 22
Examples of Other Features .................... 24
4.
BookRoll ...................................................... 25
4.1 About BookRoll ............................................. 25
4.2 Logging in and logging out ........................... 25
4.2.1 Logging in .................................................. 25
4.2.2 Logging out ................................................ 25
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4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.6
BookRoll screen ............................................. 26
Header ........................................................ 26
Dashboard .................................................. 26
List of bookmarks ...................................... 26
Online course material viewing screen .... 27
Viewing the course materials........................ 27
Full-screen mode ........................................ 27
Bookmark function .................................... 28
Highlight function ..................................... 28
Memo function ........................................... 29
Intra-course materials search function .... 30
Course materials search................................ 30
Folder search .............................................. 30
Keyword search .......................................... 31
About System Failure Support ..................... 31
5.
Data Analysis Features ............................... 32
5.1 Learning Log .................................................. 32
5.1.1 How to View the Learning Log ................. 32
5.1.2 Highlighter ................................................. 32
5.1.3 Viewing Time per Page .............................. 32
5.2 Active Learner Process .................................. 33
5.2.1 What is the Active Learner Process? ........ 33
5.2.2 Viewing the Active Learner Process Panel
33
5.2.3 Checking the Active Learner Process ....... 33
5.2.4 Viewing the Active Learner Process Detail
Page Graph .............................................................. 33
5.3 Active Learner Distribution .......................... 34
5.3.1 What is Active Learner Distribution? ...... 34
5.3.2 Checking Active Learner Distribution ..... 34
5.3.3 Viewing the Active Learner Distribution
Detail Page Graph................................................... 34
5.4 Active Learner Rankings .............................. 35
5.4.1 What are Active Learner Rankings? ........ 35
5.4.2 Checking Active Learner Rankings .......... 35
5.5 Response Button ............................................ 35
5.5.1 What is the Response Button? .................. 35
5.5.2 Using the Response Button ....................... 35
5.5.3 About the Response Button Panel ............ 35
5.5.4 Checking the Response Button Detail Page
36
5.6 Reading Page Rankings ................................ 37
5.6.1 What are Reading Page Rankings? .......... 37
5.6.2 Checking Page Reading Rankings ............ 37
5.6.3 How to View Page Reading Rankings ...... 37
5.7 Word Clouds ................................................... 38
5.7.1 What are Word Clouds? ............................. 38
5.7.2 Checking Word Clouds .............................. 38
6.
6.1
6.2
End .............................................................. 38
Inquiries ......................................................... 38
Links ............................................................... 38
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Introduction
1.
The Kyushu University Faculty of Arts and
Science aims for the “development and
introduction of teaching portfolios,” with the
purpose of improving education by sharing
practical knowledge at the Faculty of Arts and
Science, through Enhanced Education Program
(EEP) initiatives. The Faculty will share digital
teaching materials used at the Faculty of Arts
and Science, integrate browsing histories and
e-learning systems information from those pages,
create educational big data, and plan to create
detailed educational and learning support. This
was selected by the National Institute of
Information and Communications Technology
(NICT)’s 2014 “Research and Development of
Social Big Data Use, Application, and Basic
Technology.”
This document will explain the e-learning
system Moodle, the e-portfolio system Mahara,
and the digital material distribution system
BookLooper, which are used in these projects.
The learning environment encompassing all
three of these systems is called M2B (Mitsuba).
1.1
Moodle e-Learning System
The Moodle system is used as a computer-based
learning support system (e-learning system). A
Moodle course is created for each lecture course,
and attendance, quizzes, distribution of
materials, submission of reports, surveys, and
other materials are handled digitally on Moodle.
1.2
Mahara e-Learning Portfolio
System
The Mahara system is used for digitally storing
evidence of the process of daily learning and
education. For example, instructors can use it as
a teaching portfolio for revising teaching
materials, recording things they noticed about
the lecture in the class log, and improving their
classes. Students can use it as a learning
portfolio by writing in the class log and
reflecting on lecture contents, leading to
improved interest in learning and improved
teaching for instructors.
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1.3
BookRoll Digital Material
Distribution System
BookRoll is a system used by the university to
distribute digital versions of course materials
(pdf files) for use during lectures. With lecture
notes available ahead of time on BookRoll, they
can be used during lectures as well as to prepare
and to revise. They can also be utilized as a tool
to improve course materials. Furthermore, a
record of the use of these notes by students can
be made and, via a link with Moodle, the
accumulated data can be used to visually
represent in graph form the overall average
trends in viewing the notes and the sections
that tend to be highlighted.
1.4
Agreement for Participation in
Planning of “Research on the
Measurement and Analysis of Student
Learning Activities”
When using the M2B (Mitsuba) system, notify
students to submit the agreement for
participation in the planning of “M2B システムを
用いた学習活動の分析に関する研究」への参画に関す
る同意書”
This agreement only needs to be turned in one
time per person. Students who have already
submitted the agreement in another course do
not need to submit it again.
Instructors should also submit one agreement
per person (not one for every course).
Agreement forms can be submitted from a link
on the top page of the Moodle system
(https://moodle.kyushu-u.ac.jp/).
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Moodle
2.
2.1
Moodle Login
3. When course enrollment is complete, you
can view the course contents.
Access the following link:
https://moodle.kyushu-u.ac.jp/, and enter your
username and password to log in.
The Moodle system login username is your
SSO-KID.
2.2
Course Enrollment
(Self-Enrollment)
1. From “Search for Course” search for the
course you will take, and click the course
title
(Course name example)
2014 年度前期・月 1・プログラミング演習(九大太郎)
2. The enrollment option screen will open.
Click “Enroll me” to complete enrollment in
the course.
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4. Courses to which you are enrolled will
appear in the “My Courses” section on the
Moodle top page. Afterward, you will be
able to access the Moodle course from the
My Courses list.
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2.3
Attendance
Semi-Automatic
2.3.1
Taking Attendance
You will be marked present by sending your
attendance from an attendance link. Follow the
procedure below.
This section will describe how to mark yourself
present in class using Moodle.
There are three methods for taking attendance:
manual, automatic, and semi-automatic.
Attendance-taking procedures differ depending
on the method chosen, so check with your
instructor beforehand.
About Dishonestly Signing in as
Present
Credits may be withheld from students who are
caught dishonestly marking themselves present in
class.
Dishonest behavior such as logging into the course
regardless of not being present is prohibited.
1. On the course page, click “Attendance
Link”.
2. Get the keyword from the instructor, enter
it, and click the “Submit” button. (If there is
no keyword field, there is no keyword
necessary.)
Manual
The instructor will take attendance in class by
checking students’ presence or absence.
Automatic
Your presence will be marked automatically
when you open the course you are taking. You do
not have to do anything to mark yourself present.
3. “Attendance is submitted” will be
displayed and the screen will return to the
attendance chart.
*If you are logged into the course before the
lecture starts, always log in again after the start
of class, or reload your browser.
*If you are late to class, open the course as
quickly as possible.
Check that you are marked “P” in the
attendance field, and click “Return”. The
screen will return to the course page.
*Always access the Moodle course after
connecting to Edunet (on-campus LAN). If you
log on from an IP address other than Edunet, you
may not be marked present.
*Always access the Moodle course after
connecting to Edunet (on-campus LAN). If you
log on from an IP address other than Edunet, you
may not be marked present.
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2.3.2
Checking Attendance
1. Your attendance status is displayed in the
attendance control panel on the left of the
course screen. To check your attendance for
each class meeting, click the “Details”
button.
2.4
Submitting Reports
This section will explain how to submit report
assignments on Moodle.
2.4.1
About Assignments
For assignments posted on Moodle, you can submit
reports over the web by uploading reports created
in Word and Excel to Moodle, or by directly
inputting text to the input field on Moodle.
You can also use Moodle to check your assessments
(grades) from your instructors for reports.
Assignments are displayed on the top page of the
course using the icon shown in the diagram below.
2. Your attendance list will appear. Check
your attendance status. Click the “Return”
button to return to the course.
2.4.2
Viewing Assignments
1. Click the title of the assignment.
2. The assignment’s details and deadline will
be displayed.
Check with your instructor about specifics
for the submission period. The next section
will explain submission of assignments.
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2.4.3
Submitting Reports
This section will explain how to submit reports
on the Moodle system.
1. Open the assignment to show its details.
Click the “Add Submission” button.
*Depending on the instructor’s settings,
items like “Online Text” or “File Submission”
may be displayed.
4. After inputting your report, click the “Save
Changes” button.
Check with your instructor for details about
submitting assignments!
5. ①Check that the Submission status reads
2. If “Online text” appears, input the contents
of your report directly.
3. If “File submission” appears, attach the
report you wrote on Word or other program
and submit.
*Left-click to drag and drop directly into the
submission file field to attach the report
directly.
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“Submitted for grading”.
The report has been submitted.
②Check that the text entered into the
“Online text” has been displayed.
③Check that the file of your report has been
attached in “File submissions”.
④Click the “Edit submission” button to
re-edit your assignment.
(Editing is permitted until the submission
deadline.)
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2.5
Using Forums
This section will explain how to use forums on
Moodle.
2.5.1
What is a News Forum?
Bulletin boards for exchanging information are
called “forum” on Moodle. In the forums,
instructors can send notices to students, and
course participants can deepen their friendships
and discuss different themes and topics.
The types of forums made and run in each course
is entrusted to the instructors, so students should
use them according to their instructor’s
directions.
3. The selected discussion will appear.
To reply, click “Reply” in the relevant
comment and input text.
(Continued in the next section.)
To return to the course top page without
replying, click the course name in the
navigation bar at the top of the screen.
Forums are displayed at the icon in the diagram
below on the top page of the course.
2.5.3
Replying in Forums
1. Write your reply directly in the “message”
field that will appear under the comment on
which you clicked the reply button.
2.5.2
Viewing Forums
1. Click the title of the forum.
2. ①Click the “Add a new discussion topic”
button to create a new discussion.
②Click the discussion title.
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2. When you are finished writing your reply,
click the “Post to forum” button.
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3. The reply will be posted.
To return to the top of the course, click on the
course title at the top of the page.
*Comments can be edited within 30 minutes
of posting by clicking “Edit”.
*Click “Delete” to delete a posted comment.
*The “Edit” and “Delete” buttons will not
appear beyond 30 minutes after posting.
2.6
Viewing Materials
This section will explain how to read materials
on Moodle.
2.6.1
About Materials (Resources) on
Moodle
Files and other materials such as text, and Word,
Excel, and Powerpoint files uploaded to Moodle
are called “Resources”. The kinds of resources
provided in each course are up to the instructors,
so students should use them according to their
instructors’ directions. Resources are marked
with the following icons on the top page of the
course depending on the application used to
create them.
URL
Texts
Word
Excel
PowerPoint
PDF
Others
Folder
To view a Word document uploaded to Moodle,
Word or an application for viewing Word
documents must be installed on the receiving
computer.
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2.6.2
Reading Materials
1. Click the title of the material you would like
to see on the course page.
2.7
Quizzes
This section will explain how to take quizzes on
Moodle.
2.7.1
What are Quizzes?
Take quiz posted on Moodle on the Moodle
system. You can also see the results
(assessments) of those quizzes on Moodle.
Quizzes are shown with the icon shown in the
diagram below on the top page of the course.
2. Select “Open with program” and open the file.
(The selection screen will differ for each
browser.)
*If the file does not open properly, save the
file and try to open the saved file.
2.7.2
Taking Quizzes
1. Click the title of the quiz you are taking.
3. The material will be displayed.
2. Click the “Attempt quiz now” button.
For quizzes with time limits or retake limits,
a message to that effect will be displayed.
Click “Start attempt”.
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3. The quiz will begin. If it has a time limit, the
time remaining will be shown in the “QUIZ
NAVIGATION”.
Answer the questions, and click the “Next”
button.
6. If multiple tries are permitted in the
problem settings, you can retake the quiz by
clicking the “Re-attempt quiz” button.
4. When all questions have been answered and
the quiz is complete, click “Submit all and
finish”. A confirmation message will appear.
Click the “Submit all and finish” button
again.
2.7.3
“Pausing” and “Reopening” Quizzes
with no Time Limit
Essentially, once you start a quiz, you must complete it.
Out of necessity, in case you need to pause and
continue later, please refer to the section below.
For quizzes with a time limit, the clock will not
stop even if you pause the quiz. Therefore, do not
try to pause quizzes that have time limits.
1. If you want to pause a quiz after starting it,
click the navigation at the top left of the
screen and return to the above page, or log
out.
《Warning!》If the “Submit all and finish” button
has not been clicked, the quiz will have a status
of “Incomplete”.
If the “Submit all and finish” button is clicked
before the end of the time limit, the answers will
be saved automatically and a review screen will
appear.
5. Click “Finish review” to show the quiz
results.
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If the quiz is paused, the answers entered
until that point will be saved, and the correct
answers and score will not be displayed.
2. Quizzes paused as above will be saved as
incomplete. The next time you click this quiz,
a button will appear: “Continue the last
attempt”.
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3.
Mahara
This section will explain how to take
quistionnaire.
3.1
Mahara Login
1. Click the survey you want to take.
Access Mahara from a link after logging in to
Moodle.
2.8
Questionnaire
2. The survey screen will appear. Click “Answer
the questions”.
3. The survey questions will appear. Answer
the questions and click “Submit
questionnaire”.
4. When this screen appears, the survey is
complete. Click the course name at the top of
the screen to return to the course screen.
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After accessing Moodle
(https://moodle.kyushu-u.ac.jp/) and logging in,
you can log in to Mahara, which is linked to
Moodle.
Your Moodle username is your SSO-KID.
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3.2
Creating Groups
1. Select “My Groups” from the “Groups” tab.
Click “Create group”.
3.3
Inviting Members to Groups
This section will describe how to add members to
a group whose membership is set as “Invite
Friends” when it was created. This setting can
only be accessed by the creator of the group.
1. Select Groups→My Groups to open the My
2. The “Create Group” screen will appear.
Groups screen, and select the members you
want to add to the group.
Enter the group name.
Set the following parameters for each of the
sections outlined in red below.
2. Select the “Members” tab and click “Send
multiple invitations at once”.
3. Enter the usernames (with spaces between
them) to add to the search field, and click
the “Submit” button.
<Settings>
Membership: Friend invitation
Pages: Hide group
General: Group category = その他
Shared page notifications = None
Feedback notification = None
After setting each parameter, click “Save
group” at the bottom of the screen.
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4. The search results will be displayed in the
potential member field. Select from among
these results (selected names will appear in
a blue background) and click the “>” button.
When invited users join the group, they will
appear under “Current” members.
5. The selected names will be displayed to the
invited users. Repeat the process to register
multiple users.
Click “Submit” to send the invitations to the
selected users
6. “[Number] invitations have been sent” will
be displayed.
The current members will appear on the
member page. Click “Invites” to see
members who have been invited.
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3.4
Writing Journals
Mahara lets users create logs and write articles
in the logs (add entries).
<Journal> Refers to one journal.
3.4.1
How to Write in Provided Journals
This section will explain how to write in a journal
that has been provided with entries already
created for each class meeting. (Some courses
may not have this kind of journal.)
1. Click “All entries” in the journal you want
to write in.
<Entry> Refers to each individual record in the
journal.
2. Click the pencil button
in the entry
frame of the class meeting you want to
write for.
This section will explain the process for writing
journals.
There are several ways to go to the journal
writing screen.
 Method 1
The screen can also be opened from “Write blog”
at the top of the Mahara screen.
 Method 2
Select the “Journals” tab under the “Content”
tab.
 Method 3
The screen can also be opened from the “Write
My Journal” link in the Links panel on the
Moodle top screen.
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3. The Edit Journal Entry screen will appear.
Write the journal entry, and click the “Save
Entry” button at the bottom of the screen.
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3.4.2
Creating New Journals
This section explains how to create a new
journal.
1. Click “Add Journal” to create a new journal.
3.4.3
Creating New Journal Entries
This section will explain the process for writing
text in journals (adding entries).
1. Click the “New Entry” button on the journal
you want to write in.
2. Set the title, and click “Create Journal”.
2. Enter the title and body of the entry, and
click “Save Entry”.
3. Check that a new journal has been created.
<Note: About Multiple Journals>
*The default settings allow each user to have
multiple journals, so this process is
unnecessary.
This section will explain how to set up multiple
journals.
1. Click the “Settings” button in the upper left
of the screen.
3. “Journal entry has been saved” will be
displayed. Check that the entry has been
added to the journal.
2. Check “multiple journals” and click “Save”.
This will allow you to create multiple
journals.
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3.5
Sharing Journals
3.5.2
Adding Journals to Pages
The following are the steps for the process of
sharing a journal with others.
Create page⇒Add journal to page
⇒Set page sharing settings
This section will explain each step in this
process.
To add contents to the previous section, click the
“Edit content” tab.
3.5.1
To add contents to an existing page, select the
“Portfolio→Pages” tab and click the pencil button
Creating Pages
1. Select the “Pages” tab under the “Portfolio”
of the desired page
tab. Click “Create Page” at the top of the
Pages screen.
2. The “Edit title and descliption” screen will
appear. Set the page title and click “Save”.
1. The “Edit Contents” screen will appear.
Select “Journal” from the “Journals” tab.
3. To change the page layout, select the “Edit
layout” tab, select the preferred layout, and
click “Save”.
This completes the page creation. See the next
section to learn about editing the contents of a
page.
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2. Add panel: Click “Save” when the journal
screen pops up.
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3. Select the page to add a journal to, and click
the “Save” button.
3.5.3
Sharing Pages
1. Select “Sared by me” under the “Portfolio”
tab. Select the journal page to share from
the “Edit Access” column.
2. The “Edit Access” screen will appear.
4. Check that the journal has been added to
Check that the page you wish to share is
selected in the page field, and select the
sharing target.
When this is selected, the groups that have
already been added will appear on the right.
This is also where the sharing period is
set.。
the preview screen, and click the “Done”
button.
This completes the process of adding a journal to
a page.
3. Return to the Share screen.
Check that the groups set for sharing have
been added to the “Access List”.
This completes the sharing settings.
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3.6
Viewing Shared Journals (Pages)
3.7
Adding Comments to Journals
This section explains how to view journals
(pages) that have been shared with you.
This section describes how to write comments on
shared journals.
1. Select “show share list”. A list of journals
1. Click the “Place Feedback” button on the
that have been shared with you will be
displayed.
The screen can also be opened from the “共
有された日誌を見る” link on the Links panel
of the Moodle top page.
journal displayed in the shared journal list
screen.
2. Write comments in the message field, and
click “Post Feedback”.
2. Enter search keywords into the search field,
specify the class meeting number, and click
“Go”.
3. Check that the comment has been
*If a query has not been specified, all shared
journals will b displayed. (If there are many
journals, they may take a long time to load.)
*If a class meeting number has not been
specified, a list of the entries from the most
recent meeting will be displayed.
3. Journals will be displayed.
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3.8
Other Contents on Pages
When creating a page, a variety of contents
other than journals can also be added to the
page.
3.8.1
5. Click the “ファイル選択” button and select an
image file to upload.
Put the image on the page
Image file can be added to the page.
1. Select “My Shares” under the “Portfolio”
tab.
Click the pencil button of the page to add
contents to.
6. The selected file will be uploaded, and the
message “Upload of ***.png complete” will
appear.
Check that the selected image appears in
the “image” field and click “Save”.
2. Click “Image” under the “Edit Content” tab.
7. A preview will appear. To finish adding
content, click the “Finish” button.
3. Click “Save”.
4. Set the Block title. The title set here will
become the title displayed above the image.
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8. Images can also be added by dragging and
dropping the “Image” button.
(The process is also the same for adding
other contents.)
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9. To change the image or the settings, click
the button next to the panel name. The
settings panel will appear.
10. To delete the panel, click the
wastebasket icon.
The message “Are you sure you want to
delete this panel?” will appear. Select “OK”
to delete.
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3.8.2
Examples of Other Features
Using the same procedure as 3.8.1, other
contents can also be added to pages.
This section will introduce some examples of
panels that can be added in Mahara.
6. HTML
Select an HTML file to display an HTML
page.
1. Text Box
This is used to display text. It also allows you
to upload files as attachment files.
7. PDF
Select a PDF file to display a PDF page.
2. Images
Display images.
3. Downloadable Files
8. External media
Set videos from outside links such as
Youtube to display.
4. Folders
Files can be uploaded by the folder. You can
upload various files and documents.
5. Image Galleries
Select a folder containing images to display
the images in the folder.
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4.
BookRoll
4.1
About BookRoll
BookRoll is a system linked to Moodle that
makes digital course materials for use in
lectures, and other resources, available to users
within a university (to students and faculty
members).
If they have access to an online environment,
students can view the materials on a PC or
smartphone anytime anywhere.
Additionally, use of the bookmark, highlight,
and memo functions on the screen being viewed
can contribute to learning.
Compatible OS
※BookRoll can only be used in an online
environment.
※ID and password should be entered in
English one byte characters (半角英数).
When the BookRoll log-in screen opens
1. When the URL below is accessed, the login
screen opens.
https://bookroll.artsci.kyushu-u.ac.jp/login
2. Enter ID and password and click on the
[Login] button.
4.2 Logging in and logging out
4.2.1
※ID and password should be entered in
English one byte characters.
Logging in
There are various methods of logging in to
BookRoll.
When logged in to Moodle
1. Log in to a Moodle tuition course.
2. When the course materials link is clicked,
automatic login occurs, and the relevant
page opens.
It is not necessary to log in to BookRoll.
4.2.2
Logging out
Please always log out when you have finished
using BookRoll.
Click on the user
then click on “Log out”
icon in the header and
When not logged in to Moodle
1. When the course materials link in an e-mail
or forum, for example, is clicked, the
BookRoll login screen opens.
2. Enter ID and password, click the [Login]
button, and the relevant page opens.
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※
Even if you log out from BookRoll, you remain
logged in on Moodle.
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4.3
BookRoll screen
4.3.1
Header
listed separately for each subject. Click to
open the course materials.
4.3.3
The header is the same on each screen.
①
①
②
③
④
:BookRoll icon
Click when returning to dashboard.
: Course
②
materials
search box
Searching course materials with relevant
keywords. →Course materials search
③
:User icon
Operation manual can be downloaded. Also
for use in logging out.
④
:Language selection
Allows selection of the language in which
the system operations are displayed.
4.3.2
List of bookmarks
“Bookmarks” displays a list of bookmarks that
have been posted in the course materials when
viewing them on the online course materials
viewing screen.
The bookmark list and the bookmarks within
the online course materials are linked.
If you click a bookmark on the list, the
bookmarked page within the online materials
opens.
Dashboard
The screen displayed after logging in to
BookRoll is known as the dashboard.
On the dashboard, a list of bookmarks and
course materials is displayed.
To delete the bookmark, click on the recycle bin
icon
① NAVIGATION/Contents・Bookmarks
There is a list of bookmarks within the
course materials. These provide a link to
the bookmarked pages.
② List of course materials
Course materials that are available are
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.
It is also possible to delete a bookmark via the
delete
icon within the online materials.
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4.3.4
Online course material viewing
screen
The online course materials viewing screen is
the screen for viewing the course materials. It
can be reached by clicking the course materials
link in Moodle or on the BookRoll dashboard.
※The appearance of the screen will differ
slightly depending on what device you are
using, but the method of operation is the
same.
②
①
⑦⑩ ⑪ ⑫
⑥
⑪
:Memo function
Allows memos to be posted within a page.
⑫
:Intra-course materials search function
Allows course materials to be searched using
keywords.
4.4
Viewing the course materials
4.4.1
Full-screen mode
within ordinary-screen mode,
switches to full-screen mode.
Clicking the
button within
full-screen mode, or pressing the ESC key,
returns to ordinary-screen mode.
⑧
③
④
Normal-screen mode
⑤
①
:BookRoll icon
To move to the dashboard
②
:Full-screen mode
Switches the method of viewing the course
materials to full-screen mode.
③
:Highlight function
Allows text within a page to be highlighted
Online materials can be viewed in full-screen
mode.
Clicking the full-screen mode button
⑨
⑧
⑩
:Move to the previous page
④
:Move to the next page
⑤ Page change slider
⑥ Current page number / Total number of
pages
⑦
:Bookmark function
Enables bookmarks to be posted in the
course materials.
⑧
:Bookmarks (page numbers)
Shows the bookmark page numbers.
⑨
:Existence of a bookmark
Shows whether there is a bookmark
associated with the current page.
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:Operation Button
Show/Hide
Switches between showing/hiding the
operations buttons (bookmark, highlight,
memo, search)
Existence of bookmark icon:
Displays when a page with a bookmark is
opened.
Bookmarks (page numbers):
Shows the page numbers of pages with
bookmarks. Clicking on the bookmark page
number opens the relevant page.
Removing bookmarks
4.4.2
Bookmark function
A bookmark can be attached to the page that is
currently being viewed on the course materials
viewing screen.
It will be added to the list of bookmarks on the
dashboard.
1. Open the page from which you want to
remove a bookmark.
2. Click on the “Delete Bookmark”
4.4.3
Attaching a bookmark
1. Open the page to which you want to attach
a bookmark.
2. Click on the bookmark icon
icon.
Highlight function
Allows selection of two colors to highlight
sections of the text.
Highlighting
.
1. Click on the ▼ next to the
icon to
select a color.
2. Click on the “Highlight icon
and drag
and drop in desired places on the page.
Thickness and length of the highlighting
can be adjusted by how you drag and drop.
Example of use →
The icon changes to the “Delete Bookmark”
icon.
Removing highlighting
1. Click on the highlighted section. A “Do you
want to delete highlighting” dialogue box
opens.
2. Click
the “OK”
highlighting.
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to
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4.4.4
Finding a memo on the memo list
Memo function
Allows memos to be attached on the page where
desired.
1. When the ▼ beside the memo
icon is
clicked, the memo list is displayed.
Attaching a memo
1. When the white memo
icon is clicked,
the cursor changes to +.
2. Clicking on an item on the list opens the
relevant page.
+
2. When you click on the desired part of the
page, a text box opens.
Editing a memo
1. Click the icon for the memo to be edited.
2. Edit the contents and click the [Save]
button.
3. Type
your memo and click on the
[Save] button.
Removing a memo
1. Click on the icon
for the memo that you
wish to delete. The memo will open.
2. Click on the delete button
Close without saving
Save and close
Delete
4. A yellow memo icon
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4.4.5
Intra-course materials search
function
A keyword search within course materials is
possible.
1. Click on the keyword search icon.
2. Enter the search keyword in the search
window and click on the magnifying glass
icon.
Search results are listed.
Course materials search
4.5
Course materials can be searched using “Direct
Search” or “Keyword Search”.
4.5.1
Folder search
1. If you click the year and semester on the
dashboard, a list of classes is displayed. If
you then click the relevant class, a list of
the names of the course materials available
is displayed.
2. Click on the name of the relevant course
materials to open the online materials
viewing screen.
3. Clicking on an item in the search results will
open the relevant page.
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4.5.2
Keyword search
3. Enter search keywords in the materials
search box in the header and click the
“Search” button.
4. A list of relevant course materials appears.
5. It is possible to target a search on body of the
text, title, instructor, Moodle course name,
academic year or semester.
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4.6
About System Failure Support
If BookRoll Cannot be Accessed During Class
Follow the directions of your instructor to receive
lecture materials.
If BookRoll Cannot be Accessed Due to System
Maintenance
 The system will be restored by the server
change, but it may take some time.
 Notices about system maintenance will be
posted on the Moodle top page, so please
check before each class.
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Data Analysis Features
This section will explain what to do when you
have opened the “Marker” tab.
This section will introduce convenient features
of the M2B system that can help improve your
studies.
1. Date: Select the period and click “Enter”.
2. File: Select the title from the pull-down
5.
5.1
Learning Log
The digital material distribution system
(BookLooper) usage status can be viewed from
Moodle.
This section will explain how to view these.
This section is limited to courses that use the
digital material distribution system
(BookLooper).
5.1.1
How to View the Learning Log
1. Select the concerned course under My
menu and click “calculate”.
5.1.3
Viewing Time per Page
The average viewing time per page for everyone
in the class will be shown in a bar graph, and
your own viewing time will be shown in a line
graph.
Courses.
2. Click the “Calculation” button on the
“Learning Log” panel on the left of the course
screen.
5.1.2
Highlighter
The number of highlights and average time per
page for everyone in the class will be shown in a
bar graph, and your own highlights will be shown
in a line graph.
X-axis: Page Number
Y-axis: Average Viewing Time of Page by All
Class Members (seconds)
This section will explain what to do when you
have opened the “Pages hour” tab.
1. Date: Select the period and click “Enter”.
2. File: Select the title from the pull-down
menu and click “Calculate”.
X-axis: Page Number
Y-axis: Number of Highlights
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5.2
Active Learner Process
5.2.1
What is the Active Learner Process?
The active learner process is a plug-in for
checking the progress of active learner points for
each class.
5.2.2
Panel
5.2.4
Viewing the Active Learner Process
Detail Page Graph
On the details page, average active learner
points will not be shown. Only your own active
learner points are displayed.
Viewing the Active Learner Process
The line graph in the active learner process
panel shows the average active learner points in
a red line, and your own active learner points in
a blue line.
5.2.3
Checking the Active Learner Process
Here the active learner process graph can be
displayed.
Below is the process for checking.
1. From the course page, click “View” under
Active Learner Process.
2. The active learner process details will
appear.
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5.3
Active Learner Distribution
5.3.1
What is Active Learner Distribution?
5.3.3
Viewing the Active Learner
Distribution Detail Page Graph
Learn about the distribution of active learner
points by class.
5.3.2
Checking Active Learner Distribution
The active learner distribution graphs can be
displayed here.
Below is the process for checking.
1. On the course page, click “View” under the
active learner distribution.
2. The details of the active learner distribution
will appear.
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Your group will be displayed in red.
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5.4
Active Learner Rankings
5.5
Response Button
5.4.1
What are Active Learner Rankings?
5.5.1
What is the Response Button?
Learn the rankings of active learner points for
each class.
You can send messages of “I understand/I don’t
understand” for each class.
5.4.2
5.5.2
Checking Active Learner Rankings
Here, the active learner rankings graph can be
displayed.
Other students’ rankings will not be shown.
Below is the process for checking
1. On the course page, click “View” under
active learner rankings.
2. The active learner ranking details will be
displayed.
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Using the Response Button
By clicking the response button, you can let your
instructor know whether or not you understood
the class.
5.5.3
About the Response Button Panel
Click “I understand” or “I don’t understand” on
the response button panel.
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5.5.4
Page
Checking the Response Button Detail
Below is the process for checking the details.
1. On the course page, click “View” under
“Response Button”.
Take 2:
Outside of class a message will be displayed and
the button cannot be pressed.
2. Display the response button details.
3. The number of times you clicked “I
understand” and “I don’t understand”
during the current class will be shown.
Note 1:
You cannot click again for 1 minute after clicking.
Between available times, a progress bar will
appear.
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5.6
Reading Page Rankings
5.6.1
What are Reading Page Rankings?
5.6.3
How to View Page Reading
Rankings
This feature displays rankings of page readings
for each teaching material on BookLooper.
5.6.2
Checking Page Reading Rankings
Here, the page reading rankings can be
displayed.
Below is the process for checking the details.
1. On the course page, click “View” under
“Page Reading Rankings”.
The title colors of the top three files show their
rankings.
2. Display the page reading ranking details.
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5.7
Word Clouds
6.
End
5.7.1
What are Word Clouds?
6.1
Inquiries
Word Clouds illustrate the frequency of searched
terms with font size for words searched on
BookLooper.
Kyushu University Ito Campus
Central Building 1, Room 1410, Information and
Counseling Office
5.7.2
Telephone: 092-802-5892
Email: [email protected]
Checking Word Clouds
This section allows word clouds to be displayed.
Below is the process for checking the details.
1. On the course page, click “View” under
“Word Cloud”.
6.2
Links
Learning Analytics Center
http://lac.kyushu-u.ac.jp/
Kyushu University M2B (Mitsuba) Learning
Support System
https://m2b.kyushu-u.ac.jp/
Moodle
https://moodle.kyushu-u.ac.jp/
2. The word cloud details will be displayed.
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