Create collaborative walls with Padlet

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💼 Like all the tools featured in our list of online creation toolsPadlet is an external resource which is not part of 360Learning. You may require to pay an extra license to use it. The article below is a step-by-step tutorial on how to embed this tool into your 360Learning platform. 

 

Padlet is the digital version of a pinboard. It is a tool that helps you create interactive boards and even add images, documents or videos. 

 

 


 

Introducing Padlet

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Pedagogical Tips

Our experts in Digital Learning recommend you to use Padlet to create:

  • A poll to collect Learners' expectations ahead of the training
  • Satisfaction surveys 
  • A place of shared best practices 

 

📚 Learners' answers featured on your Padlet wall won't be available in your platform's dashboard. However, you can create opinion questions via the 360Learning authoring tool. 

 

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Embed Padlet into 360Learning

 

💼 In the example below, we have embedded a video using the Free Plan.

 

To embed a Padlet collaborative board: 

    1. On your document, click SHARE

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    2. Click Embed in your blog or your website

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    3. Copy the embed code

      💡Here, the embed code is included in a larger block of code. You only need to select the block of code comprised between the <iframe> et </iframe> tags (tags included), as shown below. 

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    4. In your 360Learning platform, access the Training Programs menu

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    5. Select a course

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    6. Add a document

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    7. Go to the Paste an embed code section

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    8. Paste the embed code into the address bar, and click OK

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    9. Fill in the description, and click SAVE

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