I want students to be able to free hand draw a diagram such as a number line or fraction without having to use the equation editor. My current work around is using another app to have them create a drawing then uploading the image. I wish a drawing feature could live in itslearning just like audio and video feedback.
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Thanks for sharing this. This is a request that we hear from time to time, and we’ve discussed if we should develop a drawing tool for itslearning. So far, we have decided to rather have good support for 3th party tools/apps through LTI integration (in itslearning go to activities and LTI tool). You can read more here: https://www.eduappcenter.com/
Can you please tell us a bit about the context/work flow where you would use a drawing tool. E.g. should it be part of an assignment tool, should it facilitate collaborate drawing, should it be for young or old students, etc.
Thanks for more info. I’ll feed this into the discussions we have regarding the new test tool that is being developed. You can follow future deliveries on the roadmap (we update it approx. once a month): http://www.itslearning.eu/roadmap