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Mobi 360

User Guide

Mobi 360

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The following regulatory statements apply to radio frequency and infrared transmitters and receivers mentioned in this manual,
including the ResponseCard RF, ResponseCard RF LCD, ResponseCard IR, ResponseCard XR, ResponseCard NXT, QT Device
and their respective receivers.

FCC Statement
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate
the equipment.

IC Statement
This device complies with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
Le prsent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est
autorise aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter
tout brouillage radiolectrique subi, mme si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
About Mobi 360
Technical Requirements
Mobi 360 Setup
Pairing the Mobi 360 with the Receiver
Calibrating the Mobi 360 Touchscreen
Changing the Language
Adjusting the Brightness
Calibrating the DualBoard
Updating Firmware
Mobi 360 Zones
Starting a Class
Starting a Class Session
Changing a Class
Starting an Anonymous Class Session
Accessing Favorites
Care and Maintenance
Replacing and Charging the Mobi 360 Battery
Charging the Mobi 360 Pen Battery
Replacing the Mobi 360 Pen Battery
Lesson Zone
Display Options
Displaying the Computer Screen from the Mobi 360
Displaying Whiteboard Mode from the Mobi 360
Using the Curtain to Hide the Screen
The Digital Pen
Using the Pen as a Mouse Pointer
Using the Pen as a Pen
Using the Pen as a Highlighter
Using the Pen to Draw Shapes
Using the Pen to Draw Straight Lines
Using the Pen as an Eraser
Using the Pen as a Keyboard
Multi-User Mode
Entering Multi-User Mode
Locking or Hiding the Screen in Multi-User Mode
Exiting Multi-User Mode
Annotating the Screen
Annotation Icons
Hiding Annotations
Deleting Annotations
Notes
Note Icons
Creating and Displaying a New Note

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Using the Mouse Pointer in Note View


Using the Eraser in Note View
Displaying a Previous Note
Deleting a Note
Screenshots
Saving Screenshots
Displaying Screenshots
Using the Screenshot Sorter
Annotating Screenshots
Accessing Screenshots from Insight 360
Question Zone
Asking Verbal Questions During Instruction
Asking Tagged Questions
Asking ExamView Questions
Timing Student Questions
Initial Question Feedback
Displaying the Student Response Grid On-screen
Displaying Question Results On-screen
Results Zone
Results Zone Icons
Viewing Reports
Ending a Class Session
Contact Us

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ABOUT MOBI 360

Mobi 360 is the mobile interactive whiteboard used to display coursework, annotate your computer desktop, and pose
interactive questions.
The Mobi 360 comes with a receiver, USB cable, charging stand and digital pen.
NOTE
The digital pen does not contain any ink and cannot be used to write on paper or surfaces other than the
Mobi 360.
Through the Mobi 360, you can:
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Navigate and control the classroom computer desktop

Access Favorites

Ask Verbal and Tagged questions

Interact with any software installed on your classroom computer by using the Mobi 360 as your keyboard and mouse

This chapter covers the following topics:


Technical Requirements
Mobi 360 Setup
Mobi 360 Zones
Starting a Class
Care and Maintenance

Technical Requirements
The only requirement for the Mobi 360 is that the connected computer has the Insight 360 software installed and running.

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Mobi 360 Setup


The Mobi 360 and digital pen are delivered partially charged to allow you to use these items immediately after unpacking the
box. However, it is recommended to charge these items for approximately eight hours before beginning normal use.
This section covers the following topics:
Pairing the Mobi 360 with the Receiver
Calibrating the Mobi 360 Touchscreen
Changing the Language
Adjusting the Brightness
Calibrating the DualBoard
Updating Firmware

Pairing the Mobi 360 with the Receiver


The Mobi 360 connects with the Insight 360 software through the wireless Mobi 360 receiver. The receiver is a USB device
stored in the charging stand or on the backside of the Mobi 360.
The Mobi 360 is paired with its Mobi 360 receiver at the factory. This pairing is confirmed the first time the Mobi 360 is turned
on. The first time the Mobi 360 is turned on, it attempts to connect automatically with its receiver. If Mobi 360 cannot connect to
its receiver, you can manually pair the device.
NOTE
You can check the connection status of both devices from Device Management in My Settings on the
Insight 360 software.
How to pair the Mobi 360 with the receiver...
1 Turn on the classroom computer on which the Insight 360 software is installed.
2 Insert the Mobi 360 receiver into a USB port.
NOTE
If a USB hub is needed, ensure that a powered USB hub is used.
3 Turn on the Mobi 360 by pressing the blue power button on the top of the unit.
The message Please wait while a connection to Insight 360 is being established is displayed on the Mobi 360 screen.
4 When the message, Ensure the Mobi 360 Receiver is displayed, confirm the Mobi 360 receiver has been inserted into a
working USB port.
5 Press and release the blue button on the Mobi 360 receiver while the receiver is still inserted into the USB port on the
computer.
6 Tap Continue on the Mobi 360.
The message Please wait while a connection to Insight is being established shows on the Mobi 360 screen. When the
Mobi 360pairs with its receiver, the Teach Class screen is displayed on the Mobi 360.
How to pair the Mobi 360 with the receiver manually...
1 You can pair the Mobi 360 with its receiver manually if they do not pair automatically or if the Mobi 360 receiver has been
replaced with a new one. Turn on the classroom computer on which the Insight 360 software is installed.
2 Insert the Mobi 360 receiver into a USB port on the classroom computer.

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3 Turn on the Mobi 360 by pressing the blue power button on the top of the unit.
The message Please wait while a connection to Insight is being established is displayed on the Mobi 360 screen.
4 When the message, Mobi is unable to connect is displayed, tap Settings.
5 Tap Pair with Hub.
6 Press the blue button on the Mobi 360 receiver while the receiver is still inserted into the USB port on your computer.
7 Tap Continue on the Mobi 360.
8 The message Please wait while a connection to Insight is being established shows is displayed on the Mobi 360 screen.
9 When Mobi 360 connects to its receiver, the Mobi 360 Home screen is displayed.

Calibrating the Mobi 360 Touchscreen


The touchscreen occasionally requires calibration. Recalibrating ensures that the Mobi 360 recognizes digital pen taps in the
same place that you are actually tapping, writing or drawing on the touchscreen.
1 From the Mobi 360 Home screen, tap Settings.

2 Tap Calibrate Touch Screen.


3 Follow the on-screen directions to tap each dot as it appears.
NOTE
Use the digital pen for better accuracy during the calibration process.
4 Tap OK.

Changing the Language


You can change the language on the Mobi 360 through Settings.
IMPORTANT
Changing the language on the Mobi 360 will also change the language on connected clickers.
1 From the Mobi 360 Home screen, tap Settings.
2 Tap Language.
3 Tap the language to which you want to set the Mobi 360 (and connected clickers).
NOTE
By default, the Skip this screen at startup checkbox is selected. Uncheck this box if you will
frequently select different languages at startup (such as if you are a language instructor).

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Adjusting the Brightness


Adjusting the amount of brightness will affect battery life; brighter screens take more battery. The Mobi 360 touch screen dims
after a set amount of time to maximize battery life. You can adjust both the default screen brightness and the amount of time
the screen can sit without being used before it dims.
1 From the Mobi 360 Home screen, tap Settings.
2 Use the digital pen to tap and hold the vertical line in the Brightness slider.
3 With the pen tip on the vertical line, slide the vertical line:
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Slide to the right to brighten the screen.
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Slide to the left to darken the screen.

4 Remove the pen tip from the slider.


5 Optionally, in the Dim screen after section:
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Tap Plus to add more time before the screen dims.
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Tap Minus to subtract time before the screen dims.


NOTE
If the screen dims while you are teaching, tap the screen with the digital pen or your fingertip.

Calibrating the DualBoard


If you have a DualBoard connected to your Mobi 360, you may need to periodically calibrate the DualBoard. This ensures that
any writing or drawing on the Mobi 360 is accurately reflected.
1 From the Mobi 360 Home screen, tap My Settings.
2 Tap Calibrate DualBoard.
3 Follow the on-screen directions to tap each dot as it appears.
NOTE
Use the digital pen for better accuracy during the calibration process.
4 Tap OK.

Updating Firmware
Turning Technologies periodically updates the firmware on the Mobi 360, the Mobi 360 receiver and student devices. If Insight
360 detects a new version of the firmware for the Mobi 360, Mobi 360 receiver or handset receiver, it generates a message at
startup on the Mobi 360. Insight 360 also generates a message in the Message Center and places an icon next to the firmware
version requiring update in Device Management in My Settings. You can begin the firmware update process by clicking the link
displayed in the Insight 360 Message Center.
1 The One or more of your devices has a firmware update available message
is displayed in the Message Center when you start the Mobi 360.
2 If updating the Mobi 360 firmware, remove the Mobi 360 receiver from the
classroom computer running Insight 360.
3 Connect the device (Mobi 360, Mobi 360 receiver or handset receiver)
requiring the firmware update to the computer running the Insight 360
software via USB or USB cable.

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NOTE
Do NOT attempt to update the Mobi 360 using the charging stand. Information will not flow from
the charging stand to the Mobi 360. Use the USB cable provided to connect the Mobi 360 directly
to your computer.
4 Open Insight 360.
5 The Insight 360 Message Center displays an Update message informing you that a firmware update is available for the
Mobi 360.
6 Click the underlined Update link in the Insight 360 message.
A message box opens to inform you that you are about to update your device and asks if you want to continue.
7 Click Yes.
NOTE
During the firmware update process, do NOT turn off or disconnect the Mobi 360 receiver or the
Mobi 360 USB cable.
8 When the update is complete, the Firmware Update dialog box appears. Click OK.

Mobi 360 Zones


Mobi 360 organizes its functions into the following zones:
The Lesson Zone provides annotation and screen display tools used during instruction.
The Question Zone provides tools necessary to ask Verbal, Tagged and ExamView questions and receive
responses through student response systems.
The Results Zone displays results of the most recently asked question in various formats and provides
summary information about the current session.
The Favorites Zone opens previously configured course materials on the desktop computer.

The Class Zone allows you to end class.


More provides access to Settings and Help.

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Starting a Class
When you tap Teach Class on the Mobi 360, the device initially displays information for the class configured in Insight 360 to
take place during the current date and time.
This section covers the following topics:
Starting a Class Session
Changing a Class
Starting an Anonymous Class Session
Accessing Favorites

Starting a Class Session


When a class session is started, the Mobi 360 communicates with the Insight 360 software to:
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Open the student roster for that class

Recognize the student response clickers by their student or sticker IDs (depending on setup configuration)

Match the student response systems with the students during the class session

1 Tap Teach Class.


Confirm the class name, time and period number correct.
NOTE
If this is not the class you want to start, tap Change Class.
If no classes are listed, tap Find Class. Select the desired
class.
2 Tap Start Class.

Changing a Class
When you tap Teach Class on the Mobi 360, the class that is normally scheduled for the current date and time appears. If this
is not the class you want to start, you can change to a different class.
NOTE
Change Class works only if you have not already started the class. If you have already started a class
and want to change, you must end the class first.
1 Tap Teach Class.
The currently scheduled class name, time and period is displayed.
2 Tap Change Class.
3 Tap the class you want to start.
Tap down to view more classes.
4 Tap Start Class.

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Starting an Anonymous Class Session


An anonymous class session can be used when you want to start an impromptu session or when a class has not been preconfigured in Insight 360.
During an anonymous class student devices are not associated with specific students. Insight 360 will save data for an
anonymous class session and you can associate the data to a class after the session ends.
1 From the Mobi 360 Home Screen, tap Teach Class.
2 Tap Anonymous.
3 Tap Start Class.

Accessing Favorites
The information stored on the My Favorites tab in Insight 360 can be accessed
directly from the Mobi 360.
1 Tap Favorites.
2 Tap the item to display.
3 To access Favorites on other pages, tap the up or down arrows.

Care and Maintenance


The Insight 360 system components are easy to maintain.
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Store the Mobi 360, charging stand, digital pen, and student devices in a clean, dry place

Clean with a dry or lightly damp cloth


NOTE
DO NOT SUBMERGE the Mobi 360, digital pen or student devices.

Periodically charge the battery on the Mobi 360 and its digital pen

Replace the batteries in the Mobi 360 and digital pen as needed

This section covers the following topics:


Replacing and Charging the Mobi 360 Battery
Charging the Mobi 360 Pen Battery
Replacing the Mobi 360 Pen Battery

Replacing and Charging the Mobi 360 Battery


The Mobi 360 contains a rechargeable battery pack that can last for several days, with normal use, before requiring charging.
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The Mobi 360 is delivered with a partial charge to allow you to start using it directly after unpacking the system

The battery must be charged periodically to ensure the Mobi 360 is available for use when you need it

Allow eight hours to fully charge the Mobi 360 battery

The digital pen is charged from the Mobi 360 battery when the pen is fully seated in its Mobi 360 holder

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When not being used, the Mobi 360 should remain on its charging stand to ensure it receives a full charge

The charging stand must be plugged into an electrical outlet using the standard electrical plug for your country
IMPORTANT
Do NOT attempt to charge the Mobi 360 by plugging the charging stand into a computer's USB port.
When using the charging stand, insert the USB end of the charging stand cable into the electrical plug
appropriate for your country, and then connect the electrical plug into an electrical outlet.

1 Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen screws on battery compartment cover, located on back of Mobi 360 and remove the
battery cover.
2 Remove and disconnect the existing battery pack.
3 Connect the new battery pack.
4 Gently insert the new battery pack into the compartment.
IMPORTANT
Avoid pinching the wires as you replace the battery cover.
5 Replace the battery cover and tighten the screws.
6 Charge the Mobi 360 battery for eight hours. Place the Mobi 360 on the charging stand plugged into an electrical outlet.

Charging the Mobi 360 Pen Battery


The Mobi 360 digital pen is delivered with a partial charge to allow you to start using it directly after unpacking the system.
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The digital pen charges whenever it is securely placed in its holder in the back of the Mobi 360

Store the pen in its holder when the pen is not in use

When the digital pen is in its holder on the Mobi 360, the pen charging icon appears

You may also see other icons associated with the pen:
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A charging icon

Pen detected

Pen battery low

appears when the Mobi 360 is charging


(appears when pen tip is near the Mobi 360 writing surface)
(needs charging)

NOTE
To conserve battery life, the pen goes into sleep mode after two minutes of inactivity. Click the rocker
button or touch the tip to reactivate the pen.
1 Insert the pen into the pen holder at the top of the Mobi 360.
2 Press the pen firmly into the holder to ensure a good connection with the recharger.
3 Store the pen in the pen holder when the pen is not in use.
4 Allow eight hours for the pen battery to fully charge.

Replacing the Mobi 360 Pen Battery


The pen uses a AAAA rechargeable battery that typically lasts more than a year with normal use. Replace the battery when the
Mobi 360 digital pen battery will no longer hold a charge.

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TIP
To extend the life of the battery, remove the battery from the pen when the pen will not be used for an
extended period of time (for example, during summer holiday).
1 Gently press the tab and slide the two sections of the pen apart.
2 Remove the old battery.
3 Insert a new AAAA rechargeable battery with the positive terminal
(+) facing toward the tip of the pen.
4 Press the pen tip.
The LED located at the pen tip will flash four times if the battery
was inserted correctly.
If the LED does not flash four times, remove the battery, check that the battery's positive (+) end is facing toward the tip
of the pen, and re-insert the battery.
5 Align the ridges of the pen's back section with the slots of the pen's front section and slide the two sections together
until the tab re-engages.
6 Charge the pen battery for eight hours.

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LESSON ZONE
Most of your instruction time will be spent in the Lesson Zone. At the bottom of the Mobi 360 screen, tap Lesson.
The Lesson Zone contains the following:
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Display options
Classroom computers desktop - The classroom computers desktop and any documents or programs opened
from the desktop
Whiteboard mode - A plain white screen as a background for drawing or writing.

Display Screenshots - Screen captures (called screenshots) taken during the same class session.

Annotation tools

Note and Curtain tools

Multi-user functions

Keyboard functions

Sorter tool

Undo/Redo/Hide and Delete buttons

Screenshot tools

This chapter contains the following sections:


Display Options
The Digital Pen
Multi-User Mode
Annotating the Screen
Notes
Screenshots

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Display Options
This section covers the following topics:
Displaying the Computer Screen from the Mobi 360
Displaying Whiteboard Mode from the Mobi 360
Using the Curtain to Hide the Screen

Displaying the Computer Screen from the Mobi 360


The Mobi 360 allows you to control your computer desktop from anywhere in the room.
If your computer is connected to a projector or large monitor, students can also view your computer desktop. This means that
you can use Mobi 360 to present documents, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, web pages, videos and other media from
your computer.
1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap Display.
3 Tap Computer Desktop.
NOTE
You can use the other Mobi 360 digital pen tools to annotate the computer screen. Such
annotations are simply overlaid on the screen and will not affect the underlying content.

Displaying Whiteboard Mode from the Mobi 360


If your classroom computer is connected to a projector or large monitor, you can use the Mobi 360 to project a white
background visible to all students in the class. The white background can be used like a whiteboard on which you or students
can draw or write on the screen from the Mobi 360.
1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap Display.
3 Tap Whiteboard.

Using the Curtain to Hide the Screen


Tapping Curtain in the Lesson Zone displays a large black rectangle over the classroom computer desktop. This effectively
covers the screen to hide the items (such as a CueTag) behind the curtain. You can move or resize the curtain to partially
reveal the screen.
NOTE
The Pen can be in any tool mode (for example: Mouse Pointer, Pen or Highlighter) when moving or
resizing the curtain.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap the Curtain icon.
The curtain appears on the screen and a blue box surrounds the selected Curtain icon.
2 To move the Curtain:
a With the curtain showing, tap and hold the digital pen onto the Mobi 360 writing area. The screen cursor changes
to a hand.

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b Move the pen as you want the curtain moved.


3 To resize the Curtain:
a The curtain has four resizing handles, one on each of its four sides. With the digital pen hovering over the Mobi
360 writing area, move the Pen over a Curtain handle. The cursor changes into a two-way arrow.
b Press and drag the tip of the pen to the desired location.
c Repeat for other curtain sides if necessary.
4 To remove the Curtain, tap the Curtain icon from the Lesson Zone.
The Curtain disappears and the blue box is removed from the Curtain icon.

The Digital Pen


This section covers the following topics:
Using the Pen as a Mouse Pointer
Using the Pen as a Pen
Using the Pen as a Highlighter
Using the Pen to Draw Shapes
Using the Pen to Draw Straight Lines
Using the Pen as an Eraser
Using the Pen as a Keyboard

Using the Pen as a Mouse Pointer


Using the pen as a mouse pointer allows you to control the classroom computer desktop.
NOTE
The pen works on the primary display. It cannot cross to a second screen on an extended desktop.
1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap the Pointer icon.
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To point, hold and move the digital pen just above the Mobi 360 writing surface.
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To select an area, tap and drag the pen across the Mobi 360 writing surface.

To click, tap the writing surface once.

To right-click, press and hold the rocker button, tap once and release the rocker button.

Using the Pen as a Pen


In the Lesson Zone, tap Pen to use the Mobi 360 digital pen to write or draw on the Mobi 360 writing surface. Writings and
drawings done with the Mobi 360 digital pen on the Mobi 360 writing surface transfer immediately to the classroom computer
desktop.
NOTE
The Mobi 360 digital pen does not contain any ink and cannot be used to write or draw on anything other
than the Mobi 360.

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1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap the Pen icon.
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Tap and drag the pen across the Mobi 360 writing surface to write or
draw.
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To draw a straight line hold the top rocker button down before
touching the pen tip to the Mobi 360 writing surface, drag the pen
across the writing surface, then release the rocker button before
lifting the pen from the writing surface.

3 To change the pen color:


a From the Lesson Zone, tap the Pen icon.
b Tap the colored square.
A set of colored squares appears.
c Tap the square of the color of your choice.
4 To change the pen thickness:
a Tap the horizontal line.
Boxes with lines of varying thicknesses appear.
b Tap the line width of your choice.
NOTE
Use the same general procedures as listed above for
changing the colors, thicknesses, sizes and shapes of
other tools, such as the Highlighter, Shapes and Eraser.
TIP
Tap the Point icon to use the mouse point to control the classroom computer desktop.

Using the Pen as a Highlighter


In the Lesson Zone, tap Highlighter to use the Mobi 360 digital pen to highlight content. The highlighter draws a wide line in a
light color and is used to draw attention to a particular item.
1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap the Highlighter icon.
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To draw a straight line, hold the top rocker button down before touching the pen tip to the Mobi 360 writing
surface, drag the pen across the writing surface, then release the rocker button before lifting the pen from the
writing surface.

3 To change the pen color:


a From the Lesson Zone, tap the Pen icon.
b Tap the colored square.
A set of colored squares appears.
c Tap the square of the color of your choice.

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4 To change the pen thickness:


a Tap the horizontal line.
Boxes with lines of varying thicknesses appear.
b Tap the line width of your choice.
TIP
Tap the Point icon to use the mouse point to control the classroom computer desktop.

Using the Pen to Draw Shapes


In the Lesson Zone, tap the Shape Tool to use the Mobi 360 digital pen to draw geometric shapes on the classroom computer
screen.
The shape tool offers several options:
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Solid shape or Outline shape

Shapes - Rectangle/Square, Oval/Circle, Isosceles Triangle, Right Triangle

1 To select the Pen as the shape tool:


a Tap Lesson.
b Tap the Shape Tool icon.
2 To change the shape color and outline style:
a With the shape tool selected, tap Outline.
Outlined and solid shapes of various colors appear.
b Tap the shape color and style of your choice.
3 To change the shape:
a With the shape tool selected, tap Shape.
Four shapes appear.
b Tap the shape of your choice.
TIP
Tap the Point icon to use the mouse point to control the
classroom computer desktop.

Using the Pen to Draw Straight Lines


You can draw straight lines with the Mobi 360 digital pen in two ways:
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With the pen or highlighter selected hold the top rocker button down before touching the pen tip to the Mobi 360 writing
surface, drag the pen across the writing surface, then release the rocker button before lifting the pen from the writing
surface.
With the line tool selected drag the digital pen across the Mobi 360 writing surface.

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1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap the Line Tool icon.
TIP
Tap the Point icon to use the mouse point to control the classroom computer desktop.

Using the Pen as an Eraser


In the Lesson Zone, tap Eraser to use the digital pen to delete annotations that you placed on the classroom computer screen
using the Mobi 360 digital pen. The Eraser cannot delete content produced by another source such as a Microsoft Word
document or Internet web page. To delete all annotations, tap Delete.
1 Tap Lesson.
2 Tap the Eraser icon.
3 To change the eraser size:
a With the Eraser selected, tap Size.
b Tap the eraser size of your choice.
TIP
Tap the Point icon to use the mouse point to control the classroom computer desktop.

Using the Pen as a Keyboard


Use the Mobi 360 digital pen in Keyboard mode to type information into various documents and programs on the classroom
computer. The Keyboard mode inserts characters at the text cursor within a document or program.
NOTE
Using the Pen as a keyboard is not available in the Insight 360 Teacher app. The device keyboard
automatically displays when needed.
1 Open the desired document or program on the classroom computer.
2 Tap Lesson to access the Lesson Zone.
3 Tap the Mouse Pointer icon.
4 Use the Mouse Pointer to tap where you want to insert text.
5 Tap the Keyboard icon.
6 Tap individual characters and buttons to insert the text into your document.
7 By default, the Mobi 360 beeps each time you tap a key in Keyboard mode.
To turn off the beep, tap Mute.
8 To access letters, numbers and various symbols, tap the following buttons:
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ABC - Keyboard shows alphabetical characters
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123 - Keyboard shows a number pad and mathematical symbols

!@# - Keyboard shows various miscellaneous symbols

9 When finished, tap Back.

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Multi-User Mode
The Mobi 360s Multi-User mode allows the instructor and up to four users to write or draw on the projected computer screen at
the same time.
A Mobi family student device (such as an MobiView, Mobi Learner or Mobi KWIK), device with the Insight 360 Teacher or
Insight 360 Student app installed, or DualBoard must be connected to the Insight 360 system for each simultaneous user.
A DualBoard provides connections for two students. In 4-way mode, the DualBoard will always occupy the bottom two
quadrants.
If at least one student device is running the Insight 360 Student app, the teaching device must be running the Insight 360
Teacher app. No other devices can connect to the Insight 360 Teacher app session except other devices running the Insight
360 Student app or Insight 360 Web Access browser-based application. When all devices are running Insight 360 Teacher or
Student applications, the Multi-user button engages Constructed Response mode.
Users can share the same space on the screen (called the Sandbox) or the screen can be split into two or four parts.
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If the screen is split, each student device is assigned to its own section of the screen. Devices are selected
automatically by the Mobi 360. Instructors using the Insight 360 Teacher app can assign devices to specific sections.

The instructors Mobi 360 keeps its teach class capability and can annotate and control any part of the screen.

The entire screen or individual sections can be quickly hidden, locked or erased using the Mobi 360.

Insight 360 automatically captures and saves screenshots when you enter and exit Multi-user mode on the Mobi 360.

On the instructors device, any annotation that you can make in the Lesson Zone can also be done in Multi-user mode.

Tapping either of these buttons opens the corresponding screen on the Mobi 360. To exit that screen, tap Back.
This section covers the following topics:
Entering Multi-User Mode
Locking or Hiding the Screen in Multi-User Mode
Exiting Multi-User Mode

Entering Multi-User Mode


Use Multi-user mode to simultaneously display input from more than one Mobi family device on the screen.
1 In the Lesson Zone, tap Multi-User.
2 Tap one of the following:
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Shared - all users share the same screen space
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2-way - two users, each on their own half of the screen

4-way - four users, each on their own quadrant

3 To keep the background constant while in Multi-user mode, tap Use Fixed Background.
NOTE
If Use Fixed Background is selected, the computer desktop will not be available until Multi-user
mode is closed. Screen division lines do not show on the fixed background.
4 Tap Start.

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While in Multi-user mode, you have access to all of the tools in the Lesson Zone. However,
connected student devices can only use pen, eraser and delete all tools.
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Student tools show in a toolbox in a corner of the screen assigned to the learner device.

By default, student devices are connected with the pen tool selected.

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Students can change pen color or eraser size by tapping and holding the corresponding icon in
the toolbox, then tapping the option in the expanded toolbox.
Each student can delete everything drawn from his own student device by tapping Delete All.
If a student is using a Mobi 360 as a learner device, the Hide/Show and Lock/Unlock icons will
show in the Mobi 360 digital screen. These icons are indicators of the student devices status;
the student cannot use these to hide/show the annotations or lock/unlock the device.

6 Multi-user mode is closed, the Mobi 360 saves the current background for later Multi-user sessions within the same
class session.

Locking or Hiding the Screen in Multi-User Mode


As the instructor, you can quickly lock/unlock, hide or show information on the screen using the following icons:
Hide annotations are currently showing; tap to hide annotations in the selected region
Lock region is currently unlocked; tap to lock the region (users cannot continue annotating)
Show annotations are currently hidden; tap to show annotations in the selected region
Unlock region is currently locked; tap to unlock region for annotation
NOTE
The Hide/Show and Lock/Unlock icons are toggles showing the current state of the screen.
You can hide or lock one or more quadrants of the Multi-user screen. This may be
useful if a particular student is writing or drawing something inappropriate on the
screen. Hiding a portion of the screen allows Insight 360 to capture the information
written or drawn on the screen, but keep the content hidden from the rest of the
class. You can show hidden content if you choose.
How to lock or hide the entire...
1 Start Multi-user mode.
2 Tap the Lock icon near the top center of the Mobi 360 screen.
3 From the All menu, tap the Lock or Hide icon.
The entire screen will be locked or annotations hidden.
NOTE
These icons are toggles. To unlock or show annotations on the screen, tap the corresponding
button again.
4 To return to Multi-user mode, tap Back.
How to lock or hide a portion of the screen...

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1 In Multi-user mode, tap the Lock icon near the top center of the Mobi 360 screen.
2 In the section of the Mobi 360 screen corresponding to the section you want to lock or hide on the classroom computer
screen, tap the Lock or Hide icon. That section of the screen will be locked or annotations hidden.
NOTE
These icons are toggles. To unlock or show annotations on the screen, tap the corresponding
button again.
3 To return to Multi-user mode, tap Back.

Exiting Multi-User Mode


Insight 360 saves a screenshot when you exit Multi-user mode.
1 Tap Exit in the upper left corner of the Multi-user mode screen.
2 Tap Yes.

Annotating the Screen


You can use the Mobi 360 digital pen as a mouse pointer, an annotation tool, or to control the Mobi 360. The Lesson Zone
contains the various pen annotation tools and options.
NOTE
The pen works on the primary display. It cannot cross to a second screen on an extended desktop.
As an annotation tool, the digital pen can:
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Draw or write free form text in various colors on the screen

Highlight objects in various colors on the screen

Place lines and geometric shapes on the screen

Erase annotations on the screen

This section covers the following topics:


Annotation Icons
Hiding Annotations
Deleting Annotations

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Annotation Icons
The Lesson Zone contains the following annotation icons:
Mouse Pointer - Uses the pen as a mouse to
control the classroom computer.

Thickness Changes the thickness of the


selected annotation tool.

Pen Writes or draws free form lines.

Shape Changes the Shape tools geometric


shape.

Highlighter Highlights existing area on the


screen.

Size Changes the Eraser tool size.

Shape Tool Draws geometric shapes.

Undo Reverses the most recent action;


available for last 20 actions.

Line Tool Draws a straight line.

Redo Reapplies the effect of the most recent


Undo action; available for last 20 actions.

Eraser Erases Mobi 360 annotations touched


by the eraser.

Hide /Show Hides or shows all annotations on


the screen.

Color Changes the color or outline properties of


the selected annotation tool.

Delete Removes all annotations on the screen.

Hiding Annotations
Using the Mobi 360, you can hide all annotations currently displayed on the classroom computer screen. Hiding annotations
temporarily removes all writings and drawings generated by the Mobi 360 from the classroom computer screen. The
Hide/Show button is a toggle that shows the current state. You can show hidden annotations by tapping Hide/Show.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap the Hide/Show button.
NOTE
If you are in Multi-user mode, you can tap Unlock to access individual Hide icons for different
parts of the screen. See Locking or Hiding the Screen in Multi-User Mode for more
information.

Deleting Annotations
Using the Mobi 360, you can delete (or clear) all annotations currently showing on the classroom computer screen. Deleting
annotations permanently removes all writings and drawings generated by the Mobi 360 from the classroom computer screen.
To delete just a portion of the screen, use the digital pen with the Eraser tool.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap the Delete button.

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Notes
You can create and display a Note relating to the current class session on the Mobi 360 and the Insight 360 Teacher app.
Tapping Note in the Lesson Zone opens Note View. The Note View contains Pen, Mouse Point and Eraser tools. Options for
writing, erasing, deleting and displaying a Note are provided along with color and line width options. Notes are saved only for
the duration of the current class and are deleted when the class ends.
The Note Pen tool works the same as the Lesson Zones digital pen. In Note View, you can write directly on the Mobi 360
screen or on the normal writing area to compose Note.
To access the Note Pen tool, tap Note from the Lesson Zone (The Pen tool is selected by default.). Alternatively, Tap Pen from
the Note View.
This section covers the following topics:
Note Icons
Creating and Displaying a New Note
Using the Mouse Pointer in Note View
Using the Eraser in Note View
Displaying a Previous Note
Deleting a Note

Note Icons
Note View contains the following icons:
Mouse Pointer Uses the pen as a computer
mouse while in Note View.

Scroll Left, Scroll Right Scroll through saved


notes.

Pen Writes or draws free form lines.

New Note Creates a new blank note.

Eraser Erases on the current note only.

Display Note Displays the currently selected


note on the screen

Color Changes the color of the selected pen


line in Note View.

Delete Note Permanently deletes the


currently selected note (Mobi 360 only).

Background Changes the notes background


color.

Delete Note Permanently deletes the


currently selected note (Insight 360 Teacher
app only).

Thickness Changes the thickness of the pen


line in Note View.

Back Exits Note View and returns to the


Lesson Zone.

Creating and Displaying a New Note


Use Note View to create Note on the Mobi 360 and display them on your classroom computer. Notes are used to temporarily
display information on the Mobi 360 or on the classroom computer screen during a specific class session. When displayed on
the classroom computer screen, a colored or transparent background surrounds the note text.

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1 Tap the New Note icon.


2 Use the digital pen to write or draw on the Mobi 360 screen or writing area.
3 To change the pen color, tap Color and then tap a new color.
4 To change the notes background color, tap the Background icon and then tap a new color.
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Selecting Transparent removes the note background to give the appearance of writing directly on
the screen.
To change the color of a displayed note, select the note, tap Background, then tap the Display
Note icon.
5 Tap the Thickness icon and then tap a new line to change the pen thickness.
6 Tap the Display Note icon to show the note on the classroom computer screen.
7 To return to the Lesson Zone, tap the Back icon.

Using the Mouse Pointer in Note View


You can use the Mouse Pointer to:
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Move Note on the computer screen

Resize Note on the computer screen

Delete Note from the computer screen

Control the computer using the digital pen as a mouse

1 From the Lesson Zone, tap the Note icon.


2 Tap the Mouse Pointer icon.

Using the Eraser in Note View


The Eraser deletes annotations on the current note on the Mobi 360 screen.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap the Note icon.
2 Tap the Scroll Left icon until the desired note appears on the Mobi 360 screen.
3 Tap the Eraser icon.
4 Move the Eraser across the portion of the note displayed on the Mobi 360 screen that you want to erase.
5 Tap the Pen icon and update the note as desired.
6 Tap the Display Note icon to show the updated note on the classroom computer desktop.
7 To exit Note View, tap Back.

Displaying a Previous Note


Notes are automatically saved as they are created. The number of notes created in this class session are displayed in the
lower-right corner of the Note View.

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You can display these Note on the Mobi 360 or on the classroom computer. On the Mobi 360, only one note can display at a
time. Multiple Notes can be displayed on the classroom computer desktop. Up to 20 Notes may be created during each class
session. All Notes are deleted when the session ends. Insight 360 does NOT save session Notes.
1 Tap the Scroll Left icon until the desired note appears on the Mobi 360 screen.
2 Tap the Display Note icon to show the current note on the classroom computer desktop.
NOTE
Notes are saved only for the duration of the class session. You cannot retrieve a Note created in a
previous session.
3 To change the color of a displayed Note, tap the Note, tap Background, then tap the Display Note icon.
4 To exit Note View, tap Back.

Deleting a Note
You can delete a note from the computer screen or permanently delete the note from the Mobi 360.
1 To delete a Note from the computer screen:
a With the Mouse Pointer tool, click X in the top corner of the note.
NOTE
Deleting a note from the computer screen does not delete the note from the Mobi 360.
2 To delete a Note from the Mobi 360:
a In Note View, tap the Scroll Left icon or the Scroll Right icon to find the desired note.
b Tap the Delete Note icon.
NOTE
Deleting a note from Note View permanently deletes the note. There is no Undo for this action,
and the deleted note cannot be retrieved.
3 To exit Note View, tap Back.

Screenshots
A screenshot is an image of the classroom computer screen at a particular point in a class session. The Screenshot feature
saves an image of the classroom computer screen.
NOTE
Insight 360 automatically saves screenshots during the following actions:
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Entering/Exiting Multi-user or Constructed Response mode

Starting a Verbal Question

Starting a Tagged Question

After Editing a Captured Screenshot

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Saving Screenshots
Displaying Screenshots
Using the Screenshot Sorter
Annotating Screenshots
Accessing Screenshots from Insight 360

Saving Screenshots
To save screenshots with the Mobi 360, follow the steps below.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap the Screenshot icon.
The number in Screenshots Display increases by one.
The screenshots are saved in a folder on the classroom computers hard drive. Insight 360 will store a maximum of
10,000 screenshots per session. The total number of screenshots saved is limited by the size of your computers hard
drive.

Displaying Screenshots
You can display screenshots on the classroom computer desktop in two ways:
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Screenshot Sorter - Displays thumbnails of all screenshots saved in the lesson.


Screenshots Display mode - Displays full-size screenshots one at a time. Displayed screenshots are bordered in white
and contain a numeric identification in the upper left corner.

When you enter Screenshots Display mode, the last saved screenshot initially appears on the classroom computer screen
bordered in white. A numeric identification (such as 1/3 to indicate 1 of 3 screenshots) is displayed in the upper left corner. The
Mobi 360 provides arrows to scroll through saved screenshots.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap Screenshots Display.
The most recent screenshot appears.
2 To access previous screenshots, tap the left arrow next to Screenshots Display.
3 To exit Screenshots Display mode, tap Desktop Display or Whiteboard Display.

Using the Screenshot Sorter


The Sorter displays icons for five categories of screenshots:
User-triggered

ExamView Questions

Verbal Questions

Multi-user or Constructed Response mode

Tagged Questions
By default, screenshots from all categories display when the Sorter first opens. You can view screenshots only from a certain
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1 In Lesson mode, tap the Screenshot Sorter icon.


Thumbnails of screenshots display on the left side of the classroom computer screen.
2 Tap the screenshot you want to display.
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If too many screenshots are displaying, tap the Sorter icons that are NOT related to the category
of screenshot you are looking for, and then tap the screenshot you want to display.
For example: If you are looking for a Verbal Question screenshot, tap the three icons OTHER
than the Verbal Question icon.
3 To close the screenshot, tap Desktop Display or Whiteboard Display.

Annotating Screenshots
In Screenshot mode, you can use any annotation tool to make changes to the current screenshot. When you navigate away
from that screenshot using either the screenshot navigation arrows or by changing the display option, Insight 360 automatically
captures a new screenshot with the changes. Once you end a class session, the screenshots are saved by Insight 360.
1 Access the desired screenshot.
2 Use an annotation tool to make changes to the screenshot.
3 To save changes, click the screenshot navigation arrow or change the display option to Computer Desktop or
Whiteboard.

Accessing Screenshots from Insight 360


Insight 360 stores screenshots captured by the Mobi 360 in a folder on the classroom computers hard drive.
Once a session is ended, you can no longer view the screenshots from the Mobi 360. However, you can view screenshots for a
session through the Session Content Report in Insight 360.
NOTE
All favorites, classes, student data, tests, screenshots and other Insight 360 information reside on the
classroom computer used to set up this data. It will not be accessible if you take the Mobi 360 to another
classroom even if that classroom computer is running Insight 360, unless you have also set up that
computer with the same classes, students, favorites and other data.

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The Question Zone allows you to:
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Ask Verbal, Tagged and ExamView questions during instruction

Receive instantaneous feedback from students through student devices

Set a timer to limit student response time

View a Student Response Grid

View initial question results

To access the Question Zone, tap Question at the bottom of the Mobi 360 screen.
The Question Zone contains there icons:
Verbal - Impromptu questions set up on the Mobi 360.
Tagged - Written questions in existing course materials that have been electronically tagged for use with the
Insight 360 system.
ExamView - Instructor-led ExamView questions asked during instruction.
The four Question Zone icons toggle the corresponding items on and off the screen. Tap once to view and tap again to hide.
Timer - Displays the timer on screen for students to view.
Student Response Grid - Displays a grid indicating which student response systems have entered a response
to the current question.
Response Distribution Chart - Displays the Response Distribution Chart on screen for students to view.
Show/Hide Correct Answer - Only available when the Response Distribution Chart is showing. Displays the
correct answer in green on the Response Distribution Chart. When toggled off, all answers on the chart display
in blue.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Asking Verbal Questions During Instruction
Asking Tagged Questions
Asking ExamView Questions
Timing Student Questions
Initial Question Feedback
Displaying the Student Response Grid On-screen
Displaying Question Results On-screen

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Asking Verbal Questions During Instruction


Verbal questions allow you to set up an impromptu question and receive feedback through student response systems. You can
ask the following types of questions through the Verbal Questions tab: True/False, Yes/No, Numeric, Multiple Choice (up to
six options), Multiple Answer and Short Answer.
NOTE
Numeric, Multiple Answer, and Short Answer question types are only supported with Pulse 360 and
Insight 360 Student app devices.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap Question.
The Verbal Question tab is displayed by default.
2 Tap Type, and then tap the button corresponding to the type of question.
3 Tap 123 to use numbered options instead of lettered options for Multiple Choice or Multiple Answer questions.
4 Tap Back.
5 Tap Answer, and then tap the correct answer or answers.
6 Tap Back.
NOTE
If you do not specify a correct answer (such as if you are asking poll questions), Mobi 360 cannot
display correct, incorrect or percentage correct information in the initial feedback. Mobi 360 only
displays the number of students who answered the question. To get specific answer data, tap
Results.
7 Tap Timer to set the timer. Tap Plus or Minus to set the timer with more or less time.
8 Ask your students the question and include all options (if multiple choice). Request students to answer by pressing the
corresponding key on their student response systems.
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You may want to write the question and options using Whiteboard mode.
9 Tap Start.
10 If all students answer the question before the timer is finished, tap Stop.
11 To start another question from the Question Zone, tap New.

Asking Tagged Questions


When the tagged question is visible on your classroom computer screen, the tagged question icon will be active.
1 Tap the Question Zone icon.
2 Tap Timer to set the timer. Tap Plus or Minus to set the timer with more or
less time.
3 Ask your students the question and include all options (if multiple choice).
Request students to answer by pressing the corresponding key on their
clickers.
4 Tap Start.
5 If all students answer the question before the timer is finished, tap Stop.

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Asking ExamView Questions


You can use the Mobi 360 to ask an individual ExamView questions during instruction.
The entire ExamView file will open. If the question you want to ask is not at the beginning of the file, use the Scroll Left and
Scroll Right buttons on the Mobi 360 to navigate to the applicable question.
If the ExamView test file contains questions that are not supported by the student response system (such as Short Answer for
Spark 360 or Essay for Pulse 360/Spark 360), the Start button will not be enabled on those questions. However, you can still
use the material as background to ask a Verbal question instead.
If an ExamView question has been authored as a dynamic question, you can use the Recalc button to present the question
with new variables and new answer options.
1 From the Lesson Zone, tap Question.
2 Tap the ExamView question tab.
3 Tap the ExamView icon to open an ExamView test.
4 Find and tap an ExamView file that you have placed in Favorites.
The ExamView test opens on your desktop.
NOTE
To start an ExamView question not in Favorites, use the digital pen as a mouse pointer to browse
for an ExamView file.
5 To set the timer, tap Timer. Tap Plus or Minus to set the timer with more or less time.
6 Tap Start.
7 When students are finished answering the question, tap Stop.
8 To show the ExamView feedback, use the digital pen as a mouse pointer and click Feedback on the ExamView
question slide.
9 To advance to the next ExamView question, tap the Scroll Right icon above Start on the Mobi 360.
10 If the Recalc button is enabled, you can tap this button to present the same question with new variables and answer
options.

Timing Student Questions


The default setting for the Question Zone timer is off. You can use the timer to time any Verbal, Tagged or ExamView question.
1 Tap Timer to turn on the timer. Tap again to turn off the timer.
The default time is one minute, 30 seconds (1:30). You can increase or decrease the allotted time in 15 second
increments.
2 Tap Plus to increase time. Tap Minus to decrease time.
NOTE
The new allotted time becomes the new default time for the duration of the class session.
3 When Start is clicked, the timer is displayed at the top of the Mobi 360 screen.
When the timer ends, students cannot enter answers on their student devices. To allow students to finish answering the
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4 To display the timer on-screen, tap the Timer icon in the upper-right corner of the Question Zone.
The On Screen Timer opens on the classroom computer desktop.
5 If all students answer the question before the timer reaches zero seconds, tap Stop to stop the timer.

Initial Question Feedback


After at least one student has responded to a question, Mobi 360 provides instantaneous feedback as described below.
If a Short Description was entered for a Tagged question, the question description text appears in the question feedback on the
Mobi 360. For Verbal and ExamView questions, this appears as the word Question.
NOTE
If you do not specify a correct answer for a Verbal or Tagged question (such as if you are asking a poll
question), Mobi 360 cannot display correct, incorrect or percentage correct information. Mobi 360 only
displays the number of students.
Students - The number of student response systems joined in this session

Correct - The number of correct student responses

Incorrect - The number of incorrect student responses

Percentage - The percentage of correct responses versus total responses

Displaying the Student Response Grid On-screen


You can display a Student Response Grid on the classroom computer screen so students can determine whether Insight 360
has accepted the answers from their student devices. Each numbered block corresponds to an enrolled student.
1 In the upper-right corner of the Question Zone, tap the Grid icon.
The Student Response Grid appears at the top of the classroom computer desktop.
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A gray block indicates that a student devices has joined the class session.

A blue block indicates that Insight 360 has recorded the students response from his/her device.

Displaying Question Results On-screen


You can display the results of a question on the classroom computer screen from the Question Zone. Results can be displayed
immediately after the question is started and are updated in real-time. Individual question results are available until a new
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1 From the Question Zone, start a Verbal or Tagged Question.


2 Tap Response Distribution Chart.
The Response Distribution Chart appears on the classroom computer screen.
3 To display the correct answer, tap the Show/Hide Correct Answer icon.
The correct answer is displayed in green.
NOTE
The chart will refresh when a new question is asked. If you do not want the real-time results
viewable by students, close the Response Distribution Chart before starting the next question.

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RESULTS ZONE
The Results Zone provides two types of question results.
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Question-specific results of the most recent Verbal, Tagged or ExamView question which can be viewed with the
Response Distribution, Response Grid and Student Performance Charts
Cumulative summary results for all questions in the current class session which can be viewed with the Performance
Summary or Item Summary Charts

This chapter covers the following topics:


Results Zone Icons
Viewing Reports
Ending a Class Session

Results Zone Icons


Response Distribution Chart

Item Summary

Response Grid

View Summary Charts

Student Performance

View Question Charts

Performance Summary

Viewing Reports
The Results Zone provides two types of question results.
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Question-specific results of the most recent Verbal, Tagged or ExamView question which can be viewed with the
Response Distribution, Response Grid and Student Performance Charts
Cumulative summary results for all questions in the current class session which can be viewed with the Performance
Summary or Item Summary Charts

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1 Start a Verbal, Tagged or ExamView question in the Question Zone.


2 Tap Results, or from the Results Zone, tap the desired tab.
The Response Distribution Chart displays the number of student responses for
each answer choice in the most recent question and is compatible with all
supported question types. The chart provides a summary of student responses
for an individual question and can be displayed on the classroom computer
desktop.
You can display this chart on-screen for students.
The Student Response Grid is compatible with all supported question types and
provides a color-coded grid of individual student responses for the current
question.
The total number of students who have answered the question is displayed in
the upper-left corner and automatically updates as students enter responses.
The Student Response Grid displays four rows of 10 student boxes by default;
more than 40 students can be viewed by using the scroll bar. The Student
Response Grid also displays the connected student response devices.
The Student Response Grid cannot be displayed on the classroom computer
screen.
White - Student on class roster but has not joined the session.
Gray - Student response pad is connected.
Gray with red X - Pad was connected but has disconnected.
Green - Student entered correct response or responded to a poll question (no
correct answer).
Red with gray X - Student entered incorrect response.
The Student Performance Table lists question responses by student name and
is compatible with all supported question types. Icons indicate whether each
answer is correct or incorrect. A series of dashes indicates that a connected
student has not yet responded to the question. The list can be sorted by student
response pad number, correct responses or incorrect responses.
To sort the information, tap the Sort icon then tap the button matching the type
of sort you want to see.
The table will appear slightly different for short answer questions to
accommodate the responses.
The Performance Summary displays the student name, number of correct
answers and percentage of correct answers. The list can be sorted by student
response pad number, lowest score or highest score. The Performance
Summary is similar to the Student Performance Summary report on the Insight
360 softwares My Results tab.
Six students are displayed; use the scroll bar to view additional students.
Anonymous students have score of zero (0) even if they answer the question
correctly.
The Performance Summary cannot be displayed on the classroom computer
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The Item Summary displays session question data by question number. The
Item Summary also displays number of students who answered correctly,
number of students who answered incorrectly, class percentage of correct
answers, and type of question. The Item Summary is similar to the Question
Analysis report on the My Results tab in the Insight 360 software.
The list can be filtered by question type.
Six questions are displayed; use the scroll bar to view additional questions. By
default, all question types show, to filter them tap Filter.
The Item Summary cannot be displayed on the classroom computer screen.

Ending a Class Session


A class session does not end in Insight 360 until you tap End Class. If the device hibernates or is turned off, it will resume the
current class session until the class is ended on the device.
Insight 360 saves class session information while the session runs. When you end a class session, the Insight 360 software
makes the session information available for review and editing. This information may include session date and start time,
Screenshots and Question Results.
You can retrieve session information in My Results in Insight 360.
1 Tap Class.
2 Tap End Class.

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