Learning Activities on Fabo
These are the current learning activities available on Fabo. All the activities have different functionality options that we will not cover at this stage.
The learners can upload a document or write in a web form. Site editors can grade their work.
A certificate can be released to learners based on their activities on the site.
The site can be used as a chatroom, when learners are present at the same time.
Like the Design Checklist on this site.
A poll tool to ask your learners one question and display collated answers on the site.
An option to include a whole course as part of a learning path.
An option to integrate other learning tools via the LTI standard. This requires technical assistance.
A simple survey tool to solicit feedback from your learners.
A tool to build discussion forums.
A tool to build a glossary. Words in the glossary will be highlighted on the site and explanations open in a pop-up when clicked.
A range of different interactive tools, like flip-cards or quizzes. On this site, we've used the the 'course presentation for the Persona-slideshow and the 'accordion' for the Assessment-accordion on this page. Learn more about interactive content in this Fabo Guide.
Another way to create surveys.
A quiz-tool for longer tests with the option to use question banks that the quiz can pull questions from.
A tool to include learning tools build in external authoring tools like Storyline, that can export in a SCORM-format.
A tool to announce real-time events that participants can sign up to using Fabo.
Share a range of different file types to Fabo to be downloaded by the learners.
Use this resource to input text, images, video, and audio directly on your learning site. It opens a basic HTML editor, where you can create or upload your content.
Similar to File, but where you share a whole folder for download.
Similar to Flex box, but a separate page, that learners can access.
An activity that opens a link to anywhere on the www.