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Course Design 1: Tips, Best Practices and Strategies to Go Remote - Shared screen with speaker view
Jason McAlister
14:28
I see lots of CBS folks! Hi All!
Darren Robinson
15:04
Good morning, everyone. Nice to see you again, Lena, Carolyn and Rich.
Rich
16:24
{waves}
Fiona
43:09
Good morning! Great overview! Any suggestions for competency based learning in distance ed?
Jacqueline
43:13
is the course planner downloadable
Jason McAlister
43:31
Can you please provide links to Matching Pedagogy and Get Ready, thanks!
Linda Hunter
46:13
Hi all, If using audio voice over on power points and posting on courselink is there a program through courselink that will transcribe the audio powerpoint lecture for the student who may need? Thanks
Irene Moore
47:22
I couldn't see any transcript. I only saw the introductory slide.
Kris
48:30
spelling of otter? auter? please :)
Carolyn Creighton
48:47
Otter.ai
Darren Robinson
48:49
Otter.ai
Kris
49:06
thx!
Rich C
49:08
@jacqueline the resource can be found at https://opened.uoguelph.ca/instructor-resources/ideas-to-get-started
Rich C
49:23
https://opened.uoguelph.ca/instructor-resources/resources/OpenEd-Remote-Delivery-Course-Planner.pdf
Rich C
50:03
Otter.ai (https://otter.ai/login)
Jason McAlister
50:20
Thanks!
Rich C
50:58
Match Your Pedagogy to Tools - https://opened.uoguelph.ca/instructor-resources/resources/Matching-your-Pedagogy-to-Tools.pdf
Rich C
51:39
Educational Technology Course Checklists - https://opened.uoguelph.ca/instructor-resources/resources/CourseCheckLists.pdf
deidre
51:50
If students are able to record transcripts of lectures or discussions so easily, how do we protect students from having their comments or views shared publicly?
Rich C
53:56
@Deidre, Lena may want to expand on this, but course outlines should include the university's statement on Recording of Materials"Presentations that are made in relation to course work - including lectures - cannot be recorded or copied without the permission of the presenter, whether the instructor, a student, or guest lecturer. Material recorded with permission is restricted to use for that course unless further permission is granted. "
Fiona
54:52
Awesome, looking forward to hearing more about that later
deidre
55:28
Thank you. I am not sure how many students read that piece and I have a lot of friends who teach at Laurier where there were several instances of course material being shared, tweeted, youtube presentations etc. This was mostly instructor materials, but my concern is more for the students and their privacy.
Teresa Crease
56:59
you can export the pptx file as a video
Rich C
57:23
and then the Video can be captioned
Jason McAlister
57:29
then post the video to YouTube and students don’t need to download :)
Rich C
58:36
youtube OR Microsoft Stream, which is part of O365 and available through SSO
Linda Hunter
58:37
Thanks for the info on otter.ai
monica
01:00:10
re: voice over powerpoint - I discovered last night that it is easy to create a pre-recorded voice -over slide lecture on zoom. Start a meeting (solo) on zoom, hit ‘record’ and go through your presentation.
Rich C
01:01:41
@Monica yes, recording a meeting of one is a great way to prerecord your lecture, or course content and host it on the cloud!
Irene Moore
01:08:06
Looking forward to Thursday's webinar! Unfortunately, I have to go to another meeting...
Jason McAlister
01:09:31
Thanks for the Microsoft Stream tip!
Rich C
01:10:13
@jason, like mentioned with teams we are working with CCS to make sharing and limiting videos on streams easier.
Rich C
01:13:33
@Darren, where is a great video on setting up first impressions with an Online case - Teaching Without Walls: 10 Tips for Online Teaching (https://youtu.be/D7vooDcxUaA?t=205)
Rich C
01:13:38
*Here
monica
01:14:26
Are there examples available of the kind of introductory PDF that Lena mentioned? This would be very helpful.
Annette Nassuth
01:16:20
I tried to find the information on "clicker" use but did not see it...
Carolyn Creighton
01:16:52
https://opened.uoguelph.ca/instructor-resources/resources/Asynchronous-Peer-Instruction-1.pdf
Annette Nassuth
01:17:17
thanks
Darren Robinson
01:17:25
@Rich Thank you for the video link to making first impressions!
Rich C
01:18:22
@Darren, Michael Wesch is a great resource, id suggest watching the entire video!
Rich C
01:19:04
(after the webinar :P )
John Ferguson
01:19:11
@ian - check out vital source and some publishers now have e access/rental
deidre
01:20:02
Hi John!
John Ferguson
01:20:15
@ian https://www.vitalsource.com/
John Ferguson
01:21:06
@ian email me re: other options for textbooks jofergus@uoguelph.ca
Darren Robinson
01:22:45
Will do, @Rich. After the webinar ;)
Anna Lawniczak
01:23:16
Can you send the link to this afternoon webinar on open access resources, thank you
Carolyn Creighton
01:23:43
This is the list of OTL Teaching Talks. https://otl.uoguelph.ca/teaching-talks
Carolyn Creighton
01:24:00
The webinar looking at OERs is available there.
monica
01:24:14
Thank you for a terrific session. Have to run now!
Fiona
01:24:31
This was most excellent! Thank you very much for your time and expertise!
Lisa Robertson
01:24:41
This was really helpful. I look forward to the upcoming webinars! :)
Annette Nassuth
01:24:45
Thanks a lot, was very useful!
deidre
01:24:51
Thank you. Have a great day everybody.
John Ferguson
01:24:53
TY All!
Denise Mohan
01:24:54
As always, thanks very much to all 3. See you Thu.
Darren Robinson
01:24:57
Thanks guys!
ispears
01:24:58
Thanks very much for your time and knowledge
Katherine Drotos
01:24:58
Thank you!!
Anna Lawniczak
01:24:59
thank you