Example: First Hebrew exercise
Example: Second Hebrew exercise
Example: Third Hebrew exercise
Example: Second Greek exercise
Answering various types of questions
Example: Create a simple Hebrew exercise
Example: Create an advanced Hebrew exercise
Example: Create a simple Greek exercise
Example: Create an advanced Greek exercise
Classes serve a double purpose in Bible OL: Firstly, access to certain exercises may be restricted to members of certain classes. Secondly, teachers can monitor the students enrolled in a class and gather statistics about how each student is progressing.
When you look at the list of folders containing exercises, you may see that some of the folders are marked “Restricted access”:
“Restricted access” means that you have to be enrolled in a particular class to access the exercises in that folder.
In order to enroll in a class you must be logged into Bible OL. Once you are logged in, there are a number of methods you can use to enroll in a class:
Method 1: Teacher enrolls student. If your teacher knows that you want to participate in a particular class, they can enroll you in that class.
Method 2: Enroll through menu. If you select the menu My data > Enroll/unenroll in class, you will see a list of the available classes and the classes in which you already participate. For example, thus:
You can enroll in a class by clicking the blue “Enroll” button next to a class name. The teacher may have assigned a password to the class. In that case you will be asked to provide the password when you enroll.
If you are already enrolled in a class, you can withdraw from the class by clicking the yellow “Unenroll” button next to the class name.
Method 3: Access restricted folder. If you try to access a folder marked “Restricted access” you will be offered the option to enroll in a class that has access to the folder, if any such class exists.
Every time you complete an exercise, information about how you did will be stored in the system's database, where it will be accessible to the teacher. You may want to restrict your teacher’s access to this information.
When you have answered the questions in an exercise, you will have two ways to finish it. You can either click the “Grade task” or the “SAVE outcome” button:
If you click the “Grade task” button your results will be saved and your teacher may use that result in grading your performance.
If you click the “SAVE outcome” button, your results will still be saved, but they will not be used to grade your performance. Whether your teacher is able to see how well you have done or not, is up to you. By default, your teacher will not be able to see exercises that were ended by “SAVE outcome”, but if you want to grant your teacher access to that information, you can do it in this manner:
If you select the menu My data > Enroll/unenroll in class, you will see a list of the available classes. One of your classes may look like this:
This means that your teacher cannot see the results of exercises you end by clicking the “SAVE outcome” button. If you click the green “Grant access” button above, the window will change to this:
This means that your teacher will be able to see the results of exercises you end by clicking the “SAVE outcome” button. They will, however, still not participate in the grading process. You can revoke your permission by clicking the red “Revoke access” button.