University of Wisconsin–Madison

04.27.16 CSCR with Margene Anderson and Emmanuel Contreras

Emmanuel-ContrerasMargene-AndersonMargene Anderson and Emmanuel Contreras from DoIT Academic Technology shared how to use CSCR (Case Scenario/Critical Reader), an authoring tool for creating interactive web-based learning materials.

Activity Sheet • Active Teaching Lab full schedule

Margene and Emmanuel’s Story

Takeaways

  • CSCR is a low-barrier, easy way to create interactive content.
  • Templates make it easy! Just swap out the content with your own.
  • Great help (and templates) available at kb.wisc.edu (search for “cscr”)
  • Also check out the session on OpenAuthor for a more LMS-friendly (but less capable) option for interactive lectures.
  • See previous sessions on CSCR for Interactive Lectures, Cases, and Critical Readers.

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