Advanced Digital Language Lab Functional Features
The Sfeiiat's Advanced Digital Language Lab (ADLL) is having two consoles they are the teacher console and student console. Now we will see the brief description of Sfeiiat's ADLL consoles.
The Sfeiiat teacher console is provided with five sections they are:
2) Assign Lesson
3) Create Lesson
4) Save Lesson
5) Group Discussion
1) Student Status:
Teacher can know about Students who logged in to the Sfeiiat Lab. Student Information consist of student name, roll number, gender and status.
2) Assign Lesson:
In this tab the teacher can add various Classes and under classes lessons from the system can be added. After adding lessons teacher can assign these lessons to students by clicking "Assign” button.
Teacher can view the lessons that may be either video or audio and corresponding text document from this tab.
3) Create Lesson:
In this tab the teacher can prepare video, audio and text lessons and can save that to system in the order of lesson assignment.
4) Save Lesson:
In this Section the teacher can view the doubts, the exercises and the audio lessons that are being sent by each Student.
5) Group Discussion:
In this Group Discussion the teacher can interact with all students who all are online and as a group all students can create an active interaction between each other and with the teacher. The teacher can start talking by going to the START button in Teacher Talk box, and the teacher can select a student from the list and can go for GRANT button in Student Talk to grant permission in order for a student to start speaking in that section.
The teacher window is provided with four buttons at the top includes:
By using this, teacher can broadcast his/her sound to all students present in sfeiiat lab.
By this, teacher can listen to student without student knowledge.
By using this, teacher can talk to a particular student by selecting from student information.
• Screen Capture:
By this, teacher can see the desktop of a particular student by selecting from student information.
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