What's the best way of designing a short, intensive course with MURAL?
I'm creating a two-day technical course and an thinking of doing away with Powerpoint and using MURAL.
My assumption is that I'd replace slides with areas, add the areas to the outline and step through them in presentation mode. I wouldn't be _directly_ translating the slides into MURAL, as I'd be doing more "building up" of the material, so, maybe I'd replace three slides, with one MURAL.
How many areas can I realistically have in a MURAL. I presume I'd have one MURAL per "chapter" of my course. Each chapter might have up to 40 slides in the old course. And there would be about 5 chapters. So, would I have 5 MURALs with 15-20 areas? Or is there a better structure?
I'd be teaching this course to different groups over time. I'd like to let the participants add to the slides---and there will be some exercises. Clearly the interaction is the whole point of using MURAL. However, how do I "reset" the course each time? Do I have to have a set of "clean" MURALs and then duplicate them before each class, and present with the duplicates?