- Core E-Learning Services
- Other E-Learning Tools
- Content & Images
- Using Images
- RSS Feeds
- Using scientific modelling/visualisation tools in e-learning
- Communication and Collaboration
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Using Discussion Forums/Bulletin Boards
- Blackboard Collaborate Conferencing
- Review of web-based survey tools
- Using questionnaires
- Mailing Lists
- Hot Potatoes
- RSS feeds - an example
- How "plugins" work
- Animations and Simulations
- Using Flip Video Cameras
- Tips for writing effective assessment questions
- General Support and Information
|Technology: Computer Aided Assessment|
Hot Potatoes provides a suite of tools that enable you to create interactive web-based activities for self-assessment purposes. It includes the following exercise formats:
|Hot Potatoes at UCL: Some of the language departments (including Danish) are using Hot Potatoes for self-assessment exercises.|
|Hot Potatoes is free for use by state-funded educational institutions which are non-profit making, or individuals working for them, on the condition that the material you produce using the program is freely available to anyone via the WWW|
Hot Potatoes 6 is available on WTS.
For non-WTS users, Hot Potatoes is available in both Windows and Mac format.
Examples created by ELE using Hot Potatoes 5.5:
Examples developed by Half-Baked Software using Hot Potatoes 6.0:
Quiz made with JQuiz
|Hot Potatoes tutorials and resources (Developed by Half-Baked Software)|
Hot Potatoes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Check here to see the answers to common problems (Maintained by Half-Baked Software).
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Support is also available from E-Learning Environments.