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Top Hat Lecture
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Education||5.30.2||November 22, 2017||2.99|
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Version 5.30.2 released on November 22, 2017
Thank you for using Top Hat! To make our app better for you, we bring regular updates to the App Store. Every version of Top Hat includes usability and reliability improvements.
Version 5.30.1 released on November 21, 2017
A small change to resolve some confusion around open items in gradebook.
Version 5.30.0 released on November 15, 2017
For students: • New feature – Group Work! This allows groups of students to answer a question as a group. Coming soon to a Top Hat near you... • Simplified permissions flow for Secure Attendance! Bluetooth off to save battery? No problem at all, the app prompts you to turn it back on • Tapping Continue after you enter your attendance code will take you to the next screen • Fixed a bug where Gradebook would crash for very large courses • Tapping Reply in a Discussion will submit your response. No need to tap it twice! • Unsupported characters in LaTeX equations will be shown as-is in the app • Lots more support for in-app analytics to help us diagnose problems that are flagged to us by students (YOU!) For instructors: • Minor bug fixes for the iPad app including the "sync" message re-appearing too often Love us? Hate us? Meh us? Leave us a review! It's cathartic. Note: release notes do not qualify as medical advice.
Version 5.29.0 released on November 01, 2017
To all students in UW Madison updating the app for Music 113 - hi! • Improved in-app notifications! Is your prof presenting a slide? or a question? or an armadillo? We've got you covered. • Improved feedback for Fill in the Blank questions. You can review your entire answer at a glance in the hinting panel. • Did you know that you can view slides in full-screen when you turn your phone to landscape mode? We've tweaked that experience to make it even easier to follow along. • Several crashes and stability improvements. Like our app? Hate it? Please leave us a review! Your feedback is valuable. We check the app store reviews everyday (not counting holidays since our app needs a break too!).
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Top Hat helps professors make teaching more fun and effective by turning distracting mobile devices into learning tools and building comprehension with customizable, affordable textbooks and interactive homework. Millions of students at 750 leading North American colleges and universities use Top Hat’s interactive engagement tools, course materials and homework. “Students already have their phones in their hands, they are probably looking at them in class, so why not turn that into something useful.“ —Professor, Biology, California State University Features: • Experience your lecture like never before—with Top Hat, you can synchronously view slides on your mobile device, in real time, as your professor moves through them in class • Get ready for an engaging classroom experience, where instructors embed multiple question types such as multiple choice, word answer, numeric response, sorting, and click-on-image to make lectures more interesting and fun • Discussions and polling—provide instant feedback to your instructor on whether they need to cover that last concept once more before moving on • Automated attendance, grading, and participation—check into class using a unique code on your mobile device to pick up easy participation marks • Complete homework for grades or for review—students can access graded and nongraded homework or short quizzes that instructors use to test for gaps in understanding • More affordable textbook options—with Top Hat's Marketplace, your instructor can choose to adopt online course materials that are more engaging, interactive and affordable than traditional textbooks. Interactive textbooks from Top Hat are embedded with images, videos, audio clips, moving timelines and embedded questions—all designed to engage students and help deepen understanding of course concepts 91% of Instructors believe that Top Hat makes a positive impact on their students' learning experience.
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