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  • #645

    dtopps
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    Turk Talk is a powerful new feature of OpenLabyrinth which allows for facilitated small group work. Using text-based chat, the Scenario Director (or Turker) can provide guidance to learners, or be used as a simple form of natural language processing.

    Check out this guide and associated notes on how to use Turk Talk.

    #651

    dtopps
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    We also have some additional Teaching Tips here on how to use Turk Talk.

    http://openlabyrinth.ca/turk-talk-teaching-tips/

    #1008

    dtopps
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    We have found that using a simple app called Auto Text Expander is helpful to facilitators, who are trying to keep up with the conversation flows.

    We have more information on how to do this here: http://openlabyrinth.ca/keyboard-macros-for-openlabyrinth/

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    #1054

    dtopps
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    We have improved the security levels in OpenLabyrinth in order to make it easier to manage and direct Turk Talk and other Scenarios. We now have the user level of Director.

    A Director can:
    1. Create, edit and manage Scenarios
    2. Monitor the progress of users within a Scenario, including the Turker or facilitator role.
    3. Create and edit their own cases

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