Using Playlists

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Playlists are online folders for gathering useful teaching resources, links, notes, photos, or other materials in one place. Unique to the person who creates it, a playlist can be used as anything from an ad-hoc lesson plan to a collection of bookmarks for a front-of-class ActiveBook

 

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Playlists can be accessed from any part of ActiveLearn through the Plan menu.

 

Playlists Area

You can create, name, organise, and delete playlists.

 

Playlist Detail View

When viewing a playlist, you can reorder added resources, upload your own, or add in links to useful websites.

 

Active playlists 

Setting a playlist as active will let you add resources directly to it from elsewhere in ActiveLearn.

 

Front of Class sharing options

Resources can be added to a playlist from Front-of-Class Search...

 

FOC Book Add to Playlist

Or directly from within Front-of-Class ActiveBooks.

 

 

Did you know?

The Playlists tool allows you to quickly scan through all of the linked resources in lesson plans, which are normally accessed through the Planner.

Learn about using the Planner

  

 


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