How teachers prepare files for oral exam with Sanako Study 1200

  1. For an oral exam with visual cues (example), make a PowerPoint slideshow by 
    1. finding images, e.g. online
      1. (e.g using Google image search,
        1. and optionally advanced search,
          1. and optionally filtering by clip art.
    2. saving found images to a local folder (e.g. “my documents”),
    3. using them with PowerPoint’s PhotoAlbum feature
    4. saving the result as [your username]_[your class####]_oral-exam##.pptx.
  2. For an oral exam with aural cues,
    1. if you do not have the Sanako student recorder installed on your PC yet,
      1. Follow the instructions here to install it for use in your office (or even at home – make sure you have access to the network share with the recordings if you want give aural feedback with insert recording)
      2. or come to the LRC to record where the Sanako is set up be default;
    2. fill out our oral exam MS-Word template (sample question included) from here (use the lower right menu download button).  
    3. Start the Sanako student recorder (in the LRC or on your own computer – if in need, you can borrow one of headsets in this this list),

      1. press the red record-button in the center right, as shown here and
      2. read out the MS-word template, row by row, that you just filled out.
      3. Once done, press the blue stop button.
      4. Go to Menu: file / save as/ [your username]_[your class####]_oral-exam##.mp3.
  3. Normally (it is still being worked on),
    1. you could save all files in a special Sanako folder visible on the desktop of your office PC,
    2. from which I, as soon as you let me know about the files, can pick them up in my office to finalize them for delivery in the LRC and
    3. from which you can pick up the final version in the classroom to when administering the exam in the Sanako lab.
  4. Questions remain? Come to the LRC reception desk during regular business hours with this blog post to be walked through this step-by-step.
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