Active learning is possible in online and through remote instruction, one-way lecture doesn't have to be the only way to teach.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxNWXkgFUEE You can also use schedule meeting sessions by visiting the Zoom login, including recurring sessions on multiple days; just be sure to start and join the meetings using the correct links. If you are pivoting from face to face to remote instruction, keep in mind that students have to make a change from … Continue reading Find your Zoom Personal Meeting Join URL
Faculty are taking up Zoom to prepare for the remote instruction needs to help students continue to learn when out of class.
If you're still looking for ideas about how to conduct your standard face to face course online, here are just a few more: Look for help from your local instructional design or center for teaching and learning team. These folks tend to have significant ideas on how to leverage online tools and resources to help … Continue reading Moving to Remote Instruction?
We want your feedback The Department of Online Education (DOE) will be releasing a survey in the coming weeks. The purpose of the survey is to provide feedback about the work DOE conducts in their support of courses/programs that utilize the university's LMS, Sakai. DOE's mantra is 'there's always room to improve', which is somewhat … Continue reading Survey says…
As an instructional designer a key component to my work is creating instructional videos. While many platforms, software and workflows exist here's the workflow I use: Write the Script: This first step is critical though to some it may seem rather artificial. Writing the script helps guide and direct the rest of the video development … Continue reading Online Video Tutorial Authoring – Quick Overview