In this Practice release (March 30), Practice accepts audio files as exercise prompts, model responses, and submissions. Practice has also improved regional support. The Group Invitation tool, the Self Reflection Submission tool, and the LTI Linker page all display updated labels. Learners can attach files to an exercise response submission. (Click an image to enlarge screenshot)
Practice exercises support MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, WMA, and AIFF audio files as prompts, model responses, and learner submissions. Practice also supports audio recording and audio playback for assessing and reviewing audio exercise files.
Accepted media response types can be configured within each individual exercise.
Learner Response File Attachments
Learners can attach files to an exercise response submission when required by the content module creator. Submissions support up to three separate files no larger than 1 GB (gigabyte) each.
Practice supports region-specific login URLs. Practice also features improved international performance and support.
Interface Text Updates
The Group Invitation tool clarifies directions for inviting learners and instructors to a group. The Self Reflection Submission tool includes a terminology change from Submit Response to Submit Self Reflection. The LTI Linker page includes a terminology change from exercise to content module.
Message All Learners Tool
The Instructor Exercise Dashboard option to message all learners in a group is now disabled when there are no group members. Previously, the option to message all learners was enabled even when there were no learners in a group.
Exercise Date Picker
Users can configure their exercise schedule using the Date Picker. Previously, the Date Picker did not always work.
Accessibility LTI Workflow
After creating an LTI link to an exercise, admins are redirected to the linked exercise. Previously, admins had to navigate through a tool that was not accessible to keyboard-only users.
SAML Error Message
Organization admins can configure and save SAML single sign-on integrations. Previously, an error would occasionally appear in the Practice interface when an admin tried to configure or save a SAML single sign-on integration.