If your classes are using Zoom as a way to meet synchronously - and it seems like when you click on the Zoom tool in the left-hand side of a course - nothing shows up you're not alone in thinking somethings amiss. Google put into motion some changes to make Google Chrome more secure and … Continue reading Zoom not showing up in Sakai? Here’s why:
If you're looking for how to record your synchronous sessions here's a very quick (12 minute) run-thru of how to do so using Zoom, Sakai and Warpwire to do so. This video will demonstrate how to: Use Zoom to create a session recording to share with students asynchronously Use Zoom to record a synchronous group … Continue reading Quick Zoom+Sakai+Warpwire Workflow
Use the flexible and powerful Lessons tool in Sakai to organize content for your course.
Yes there are! We're so glad you asked. In some cases some of the items below do not have native apps - like Sakai - because it's just made to work with the web and with most mobile devices. The apps below are all free, but will require you to login with your university email … Continue reading Are there Apps for Web Conferencing?
In a pinch to host synchronous online class session - well Zoom is here to help. Find out how in less than 10 minutes.
Peer assessment or review can improve student learning, and there's a way to do it in a course site.
If you're tasked with teaching an upcoming course that you've taught in the past with the University - there's no need to rebuild everything from scratch - unless you want to. Faculty teaching face to face (F2F) courses can benefit from the course content import process in Site Info. This process allows you to pull … Continue reading F2F Course Site Content Import