Nuclino acts as a text editor, but instead of creating a document, you create an "item" - a part of a larger context. By linking between items and grouping them, you can build a wiki-like page.
You can visualize your items in various ways, e.g. as a board or a graph. With a board you can structure different processes, and use it for i.e. peer feedback, for a jigsaw exercise, or for text review. With graphs you can get a "spiderweb" view of how the different items are grouped. Nuclino is a nice tool when you want to do long-term group work - for instance when students are asked to build their own online encyclopedia on important concepts, or when they are supposed to write portfolios and describe their work.
Via Nuclino, students can go through the material together and strengthen their capabilities to se important connections. Nuclino works by creating a number of clusters (folders/collections) in which items can be grouped. Each item can be part of several clusters at the same time. These clusters can e.g. relate to theme, group or process (and thereby form the basis of a board). You can attach users to each item which makes it clear who is responsible for the different items.
Et værktøj giver dig forskellige muligheder for at lave aktiviteter, men selve aktiviteten er det der skal sikre læringsudbyttet. Vi har derfor samlet forskellige afprøvede aktiviteter, som på forskellig vis kan støtte dine studerendes læring, og som dette værktøj kan understøtte.