Wikier

Taskcards is a virtual interactive whiteboard where teachers and students can collaborate in real time to create, discuss and organize content. The tool replaces Padlet at NTNU.
Taskcards have many possible uses, for example as a tool for joint writing and brainstorming, portfolio building, group work, or as a digital learning resource.
A board can be shared with a link and contributors do not need to log in to participate.
Taskcards are used in the browser either on a computer or mobile/tablet.
Get a quick insight into Taskcards in a video by clicking this link.

Norwegian version - Taskcards

Topic page: Plan, administrate and evaluate teaching


This is how NTNUers do it. (Examples taken from using Padlet)

Klaartje De Weerdt, Department of Construction Engineering, put the paddle into use for the first time in autumn 2020. In TKT4240, a large subject with approx. 250 students, Klaartje has used Padlet to collect questions from students. In previous years, she used to have open question time where students could raise their hands to ask. As a digital alternative, there was a Zoom meeting with Padlet in 2020. On Padlet, her students could write down questions in advance. The questions were then answered orally in a live Zoom meeting. The program was well received, 65% of the students who participated liked the program very much.

Access

- Go to taskcards.app and select sign in
- Select "Über AzureAD anmelden"
- Log in with your NTNU user account

Transition and moving of content from Padlet

The content from Padlet can be copied to Taskcards. Access to Padlet will be maintained until January 2023.
Moving content takes place via a program that can be downloaded onto your computer (win/mac).Moving content takes place via a program that can be downloaded onto your computer (win/mac).
Guidance is available on this page

Help and support

The Section for teaching, learning and digital services (SLD) manages Taskcards at NTNU and provides pedagogical and technical support for learning tools. Contact the Section for teaching, learning and digital services via NTNU Hjelp.

NTNU doesn't provide user support for Taskcards, but they have their own help pages online. (English coming)


License information

License duration: 1 December 2022 – 1 December 2025
Site license: Cloud service.

Used primarily by lecturers at NTNU.

The program is only approved for use with open data.

Note that the program can only be used for academic work (teaching and research) - not for income-generating commission research.

Data processor agreement
Padlet is a collaboration service that requires a data processor agreement.

Status: Signed

Supplier information
Manufacturer: Taskcards.de

3890 Visninger
Vedlegg

Child Pages (1)

  • How to move content from Padlet to Taskcards

    You can transfer "boards" from Padlet to Taskcards with a small program you install on your PC/Mac. Note that the solution only supports the transfer of the following types of Padlet boards: shelf,...