Zoom Logo

Using PDF Annotations in the Classroom and for Assignment Feedback/ Grading (PD session) - Shared screen with speaker view
Christopher Schubert
13:00
Acrobat Reader DC is a program that should be installed on your computer already.
Frances Cavanagh
13:21
Do students have it too?
Teaching Hub
13:29
It's a free download
Teaching Hub
13:57
https://get2.adobe.com/reader/
Teaching Hub
16:23
Students get to see the annotations so they receive their feedback in context of their document :) Super awesome!
Kim Donaldson
26:59
That attachment feature is very cool.
Teaching Hub
27:05
Very cool!
Kim Donaldson
27:49
Mind. Blown. You've just saved me 10 hours of work a week! Yay!
Teaching Hub
28:05
The audio feature is super awesome when you want to explain something but text may not be good enough
Christopher Schubert
28:09
That's fantastic :)
Christopher Schubert
28:49
Using audio recordings can also switch up the type of content students are receiving and can humanize online learning. It makes your feedback a bit more personal. Added bonus
Kim Donaldson
29:15
Question: What if the student does not have this version of Acrobat installed on their computer? Will the audio still work?
Shawn Sowa
30:47
I like the audio feature, too. How much does it increase the file size?
Kim Donaldson
30:50
Thank you!
Brian Levac
31:56
https://acrobat.adobe.com/ca/en/acrobat/about-adobe-pdf.html
Brian Levac
32:05
https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/support/acrobat.html
Kim Donaldson
32:10
This is really cool. I'm trying to figure out how to customize stamps for my feedback!
Christopher Schubert
34:07
https://emojipedia.org/
Kameal Mina
34:12
Thank you for sharing these valuable instructions in Acrobat!
Shawn Sowa
35:30
Thank you, Brian! That was excellent. Very useful features.
Brian Levac
37:42
Thanks!
Brian Levac
47:16
https://cambriancollege.padlet.org/CambrianCollege/TeachersCorner
Kim Donaldson
47:26
Thank you everyone!
Kameal Mina
47:38
Have a good day.
Brian Levac
47:58
Thanks all!