For Sakai users: explains how to create a Bongo assignment in Sakai.
Bongo can be added as an external tool in Sakai so learners can access and complete Video Assignments.
Within Sakai Lessons, click Add Content.
Select Add External Tool.
From the External Tool Selector, select Bongo.
Enter your assignment name, then click Save.
Make sure to enter your assignment name, not just Bongo!
After saving, click on the assignment name.
Bongo will launch, and you will be prompted with the following Class Creation options:
New Class: if you have never used Bongo in any of your courses, select this option.
Copy from my Class: if you have used Bongo before and would like to use a class previously used in Bongo, select this option. You will be given a list of your Bongo classes. Select the appropriate class and the class will be activated.
You will be asked if you'd like to use deep linking for your course.
Deep linking allows learners to access a specific assignment directly from a link in Sakai as opposed to a general link that allows the learner to select their Bongo assignment to complete from a list of assignments in Bongo.
If you want Deep Linking/Grade Sync, select Yes. If you don’t want your Bongo assignment to be deep linked or you don’t want grade sync, then make sure to select No.
If you enabled Deep Linking, you have several options.
You can create a New assignment, select a Copied assignment, or select an Existing assignment.
If you select a Copied assignment, your assignments list will appear. Select the name of the assignment and the assignment will be copied.
If you select an Existing assignment, your assignments list will appear with assignments that have not been linked. Select the name of the assignment, and the assignment will be copied.
After you select the assignment type, you'll be directed to the assignment creation page with your Sakai assignment name populated.
If you chose NOT to have deep linking, you will create a Video Assignment by clicking the action icon in the lower right corner of your screen.
Select the assignment type that best fits your learning objectives.
|Create Individual Project||Learners record or upload a video of themselves presenting on a topic or demonstrating a specific skill. Learn more.|
|Create Q&A*||Learners are presented with prompts and given a set amount of time to respond. Learn more.|
|Create Group Project*||Learners work in groups toward an overall group deliverable. Learn more.|
|Create Interactive Video*||Learners watch an instructor-provided video and respond to related prompts. Learn more.|