Tag: online learning

Security Features in Zoom

The following features add security to your Zoom meetings. Require Meeting Passwords Back to TopUnder Meeting Options, select Require meeting password, then create a strong password. The Waiting Room Feature Back to Top The Waiting Room feature allows the host to admit attendees one by one or as a group. Disable Join Before Host Back to Top Enable join before host is found under Meeting Options when scheduling… Read more →

Screencasts: How to Create Canvas Quizzes

Here are a selection of screencasts on how to create Canvas Quizzes and quiz questions.

Canvas video Overview of Canvas Quizzes, Question Groups and Quiz Banks

https://vimeo.com/72004689

Quickstart Guide to Zoom Online Conferencing

Getting Started on Zoom  How to Sign Up for the First Time   Start by going to zoom.us On the top right corner, click on the blue “Sign Up, It’s Free” button. Enter your school email address and click “Sign Up”. You’ll receive an email from Zoom to Go to your email and click Activate Account. You’ll be redirected to… Read more →

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OLS Does NERCOMP 2019

This March, Abi and Tom of OLS had the opportunity to attend the Northeast Regional Computing Conference (NERCOMP) in Providence, RI. We presented a “sort-of” literature review on using video to reach all types of students. Here’s an abridged version of our talk. Encountering specific challenges with teaching online? Apply UDL to your video content! We know that there are… Read more →

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Motivations for Learning & Teaching Online

Post by: David Rice, Associate Professor of English and participant in the Learning Community on Online Teaching & Learning When the topic of online teaching comes up among faculty, inevitably some colleagues question the wisdom of delivering their content online. Though many teachers find the idea of online teaching intriguing or even inspiring, the question “why teach online” is a… Read more →

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Faculty Presence and Student Expectations in Online Learning

Post by: Jennifer Campbell, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Music Education and participant in the Learning Community on Online Teaching & Learning “But how do I get a good grade?” Every instructor has been asked this question by a student, and to boil it down to a single word answer, hopefully we can agree upon, “expectations.” Students are asked to… Read more →