Perusall is a social e-reader. It allows lecturers to share digital resources with students and students to collaboratively comment directly on the readings, and to each other's contributions. Perusall also generates reports that can be used to stimulate class discussion.
Exploring Perusall in a hands-on way (as a student)
CeTTL has a practice Moodle paper for staff where you can explore different activities in Perusal (such as .pdfs, videos and images).
Click here for the link to this Moodle paper - this is a self-enrolled paper. To self-enrol, click on the 'Add this paper to my Moodle...' button (as outlined in the image below).
To access the model Perusall activities, click on the Assessment activity links in the Moodle paper (as outlined in the image below).
More introductory information about Perusall
Watch the video below for an introduction by Perusall co-founder, professor Gary King.
The image below is a screenshot of Professor King's introductory video, showing a Perusall example.
See this page to add Perusall to your Moodle papers as an Activity or Resource.
Perusall is an External tool that can be integrated with your Moodle paper. For more information, please contact the University of Waikato's Te Puna Ako (CeTTL)