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UDL Design Hacks For Online Courses and Programs - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Douglass
06:04
Hi Everyone! I'm Stephanie, an Instructional Designer and Jacksonville State University, AL.
Laurie Ross
06:46
Good morning! Laurie here from Clark University--I direct our Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Miki Huntington
10:11
Good morning, everyone! You're invited to share your name, title, and location!
Veronica J
10:29
hello
Maida Ali
10:31
Hi everyone! I am Maida lecturer/instructional designer from Pakistan
Lauren Lovvorn
11:08
Good Morning. I'm an Instructional Designer at Park University, which is just outside of Kansas City, Missouri.
Ekaterina Galimova
11:09
Hello from Kyrgyzstan!
Michelle Reidel
11:18
Greetings from Georgia! My name is Michelle Reidel and I teach at Georgia Southern University.
ldborman@iu.edu
11:25
Hi from Laurie, instructor at Indiana University Bloomington’s Media School.
Cris Emberton
11:26
Cristina Emberton, Faculty Consultant for Online Teaching. University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Hello!!
Stella Asderi
11:37
Hello from Greece
Tatevik Zargaryan
11:39
Hi from American University of Armenia, I am Tatev from Armenia
Alison Becker
11:55
Hi folks, I'm an academic program director in Florida
Alice Duszkiewicz
11:59
I from Buffalo NY
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
12:06
Good Morning, everyone! We will get started soon.
Stella Asderi
12:11
hi Tat
Thomas J Tobin
12:16
Ah, Buffalo friends representing! I'm from Lackawanna.
Hungwei Tseng
12:23
Good morning! Senior Instructional Designer at Jacksonville State Univ. in Alabama
Tatevik Zargaryan
12:26
Hi @Stella :))))
Brad Baranowski
12:26
Hi all! My name is Brad Baranowski and I am an advisor and instructor at Madison College in Wisconsin. I am also a doctoral student in student affairs administration and leadership.
Cindy Welch
12:56
Hi all from Knoxville, Tennessee! I teach grad classes online in the School of Information Sciences program.
Allen Pelley
12:58
Good Morning. I'm a Math faculty at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL.
Livia Piotto
13:00
hi from Italy
Susan Fein
13:31
Susan Fein, Oregon State University, in Oregon.
julie.lawrence
13:32
Hello! Julie - academic dean from the Chicago suburbs.
Marci Collins
13:37
Hi! I am Marci Collins, an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Southern University at Shreveport in Louisiana.
Elizabeth Gassin
13:37
Hello from Bradley, Illinois. I’m a professor at a local college.
Academic Technology at Clark University
13:46
Hi, Don Lutz, - Manager for Online and Instructional Technology at Clark University in Worcester MA
Jen Propp
13:49
Hi from Illinois! I am a Faculty Manager at College of DuPage
Mary Cain
13:49
Mary Cain, Instructional Designer, U of NC
Sean C
13:52
Professor Sean here from Fullerton College in Southern California. Good morning, everyone!
Sandra McLendon
13:52
Dean School Education from South Carolina.
Nick Kapp
14:01
Nick Kapp Biotechnology Skyline College SanFrancisco Bay Area
Stacey Aprile
14:04
Hi, all! Stacey from CSU, Stanislaus, California - Instructor in Teacher Education.
Susan Ward
14:04
I’m from Delaware County Community College in Pennsylvania.
Laura Pollack
14:11
Hello. I'm Laura Pollack, an instructional designer in the Central Florida area.
Bernice Houle
14:13
Good morning. This is Bernice Houle and I am the Director of Assessment at Tulane.
david jenny
14:15
Hello All. I am an instructional designer from Unversity of Phoenix.
Kim Mishkind
14:23
Hi everyone, I'm a lecturere in Bakersfiled, California.
lowens
14:25
Happy Monday everyone! My name is Lauren Owens, I’m a Technology Integration Specialist for a high school district in Phoenix, AZ. Really looking forward to this session to help with our transition to online learning!
Suzanne Szucs
14:29
Hi - Im Suzanne Szucs from Rochester, MN
Carrie
14:53
Hi all, lecturer at IUPUI in Indianapolis. I teach literature.
Kendra
14:59
Hello, Kendra - Director of Distance Learning at Bay Mills Community College in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
kshingleton
15:01
Hello, I am Keri Shingleton. I am the science department chairperson and a biology teacher at an NAIS school in Tulsa Oklahoma
michelle
15:03
Hello, I am an instructor in Madison, WI
Regina Russell
15:18
Hi there! I am an Instructional Support Coordinator for Northern Pennsylvania Regional College.
Trish Davis
15:19
Good day, I'm Trish from Indiana University Kokomo. Faculty in IU Online collaborative program
Erebi Ndoni
15:28
Hello my name is Erebi, joining from Nigeria. I am an Assistant Professor at AUN
Soufiane Lahmine
15:38
Hello, Lahmine Soufiane Instructional designer and technologist from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane,kind regards from Morocco north africa
DMPYN3EBJF8J
15:38
John Peters from the college of Charleston in South Carolina. I teach biology and I am the director of our M.Ed. Science and Math for Eduators
Stephanie Kramer
15:50
Hello from Minneapolis, MN. I work at Walden University on our Doctoral Writing Assessment. So always looking for ways to engage our students and make sure they have the necessary tools/access to successfully complete their assessment.
Alice Duszkiewicz
15:57
D'Youville College. Nursing professor
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
16:00
Welcome to those who are just joining us!
Robin Sutherland-Harris
16:10
Hi all - I'm Robin Sutherland-Harris, and educational developer at York University in Toronto
Wes Tobin
16:13
Wes Tobin from IU East, Richmond, Indiana. Faculty in Physics and Astronomy, Assessment and Course Design/Technology
Karen Jones
16:14
Karen Jones University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler Business School, Graphic Instructional Designer.
Thomas J Tobin
16:15
LOL, @Alice, you're just up the street from my mom!
Margaret Czart
16:18
Hello, I am a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Univ. of IL-Chicago. I teach health informatics courses and assist with online course development and learning assessment.
John Garton
16:21
Hello from Worcester, Massachusetts. I am art historian John Garton.
Thomas J Tobin
16:30
Welcome, Wes Tobin (no relation)!
Dean Hoke
16:32
Nancy in Bloomington Indiana - consultant for ID and online instruction in the Middle East and Africa.
Marc Lehmann
16:47
Greetings from my home office for Haywood Community College, Clyde, NC. (Western North Carolina (WNC))
Natalie Hamrick
16:48
Hello, I teach graduate levels Psychology courses with Northcentral University.
Marydee Spillett
16:53
Hello All, I am a faculty member at Walden University
tiff
16:55
Good morning, Tiffany Esser FT Faculty Interior Zdesign
LaTonya Motley
17:00
Hi everyone! I'm LaTonya, an Adjunct Instructor and Instructional Designer joining from Michigan
Beth Case
17:04
Good morning! Hello from Kentucky! Instructional Designer specializing in accessibility at the University of Louisville
Stephanie Michalak
17:10
Hi all, Stephanie Michalak here from Escoffier School of Culinary Arts—currently an online instructor but also working on my EdD in higher education leadership through Maryville University
Heather Scott
17:12
Heather from Georgia Southern University
Kirsten Helmer
17:22
Hello from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Veronica J
17:27
Hi, Veronica Jean, Nursing faculty from Delgado Community College in New Orleans, LA.
Loftin, Dorothy
17:35
Good morning from Oregon State University Ecampus
tiff
17:36
oops! TIFFANY Madison College, WI
Sara Grachek
17:45
Hi from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota.
jhope
17:54
Joan Hope, Editor of Wiley Higher Education Newsletters on a press pass (don't worry, I don't quote people without checking first)
queenogbomo
17:54
Good morning. Queen Ogbomo from Tennessee Technological University
Brad Baranowski
18:02
Howdy colleagues from Madison College!
Caitlin Bryson
18:12
Good morning from Virginia! - Marymount University (physical therapy) and George Mason University (rehab science)
Rolando Mendez
18:14
So excited to be here!
Yvonne Kosma
18:20
Hi everyone! I am Yvonne from the American College of Thessaloniki (Greece)
Sharon Gray
18:21
Hi, Sharon Gray from Augustana University, Sioux Falls, SD
Alicia Swendler
18:29
Hello, I'm an instructional designer at Colorado Christian University
Mary Wilhelm-Chapin
18:35
Instructional Designer from Ohlone College in Fremont, CA
Mark Labbett
18:51
From Pittsburgh, PA. Instructional designer
Adam Z.
18:53
Hi I'm Adam, Associate Director for Online Instructional Design, Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania
Peggy O
18:55
hello, I am a dual credit coordinator at Central Methodist University.
Lynee Sanute
18:56
Good morning from Denver, Colorado! I’m a Senior Instructional Designer at CU Denver.
Gemmicka Piper
19:02
Hello, Gemmicka Piper, Humanities Librarian, IUPUi (Indianapolis, IN)
Briana Houlihan
19:14
Good morning from Arizona. Joining from University of Phoenix - I am Dean of General Studies. Looking forward to learning from this session.
Lucinda Mosher
19:14
Lucinda Mosher, Faculty Associate in Interfaith Studies at Hartford Seminary. I work remotely from Middleburg, Florida. I am joining from my office there.
Barbara Spinda
19:17
hello, I am a clinical assistant professor at Indiana University South Bend, Indiana and an EdD Instructional Systems Technology student at IU.
Rolando Mendez
19:20
Hi everyone, Rolando, Institutional Director for Online Services at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico
Lynn Erdmann
19:20
Hello Everyone! I am both an instructional designer and post-secondary instructor now residing in the state of Indiana having moved back here from the Big Island of Hawaii. Aloha!
Loftin, Dorothy
19:31
Hi Thomas!
Elisabeth Krimbill
19:43
Good Morning Everyone. I am an assistant professor of education leadership at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.
Amy J
19:51
Hello. Amy Jeon from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Greater Vancouver Area, Canada. I am a Biology department Chair.
Kristine Lesperance
19:52
Aloha, I'm Kristine Lesperance, Dean of Extended University at Chaminade University, Honolulu Hawai'i.
Bethany Lisi
19:58
Good Morning from Massachusetts. I work in the CTL at UMass Amherst.
Kristine Lesperance
20:10
Aloha Lynn!
Kirsten Helmer
20:16
Hi Beth!
T Twohill
20:32
Hello All! Tim Twohill, Madison Wisconsin
Worsham College
20:41
So excited!
Thomas J Tobin
20:45
Hello, everyone! @ThomasJTobin, your facilitator, here. Thanks for joining this workshop. We're going to have an interactive esssion, so make sure you have someone at your location near a keyboard. If you're watching the recording, pause and take notes along with us! Our materials are at https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL.
Price, Jennifer B
20:50
Hello From rainy Oregon!
Thomas J Tobin
21:33
https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Sean C
21:37
Thanks for the slides!
Leanne Cordisco
21:56
Happy Monday everyone, from Madison WI
Anne Alexander (she/her)
22:19
Hello from Raleigh NC USA!
Stefani
22:46
Hello From Nova Scotia, Canada :)
Patrick Bungard
22:57
Patrick Bungard from sunny, warm Southern California (CSUSB & CHC)
Heather @ Worsham College
23:04
Hello from Milwaukee!
Sandra Anselmo
23:18
from Toronto, Canada
Carissa Leung
23:19
Hello from Clark University in MA
jill olausson
23:21
Hi from Orr's Island ME
Tony Stovall
23:26
Hello from Indy!
Amanda Sieling
23:26
Hi everyone! I’m Amanda Sieling from southwest MN !
Penny Kuckkahn
23:58
Hello from Northern Wisconsin
Cagney Smullin
24:01
Hello from University of Utah.
Miki Huntington
24:06
Access Dr. Tobin's session materials: https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Anne Alexander (she/her)
25:12
Please mute your mics... thanks!
Karie Johnson
25:21
Hello from Minneapolis, MN :-)
Thomas J Tobin
25:39
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZPr6fkSR8c4-q9DbnQKkIAFQileQU1GEwGY_CQmz_vU/edit
Veronica Armour
27:02
Just joined, where do I get the link to the shared google doc?
Lindsey
27:04
Hello from Phoenix, AZ
Patrick Bungard
27:05
Is anyone able to add to the document? I appear to be in view only.
Beth Case
27:10
I can't get in because it limits how many people can access it at once. So once you're done, please leave so others can get in!
Melissa Johnson
27:21
Yep, same problem
Nadine Aboulmagd
27:37
yep 👍 thanks
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
27:50
https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Christine Carnes
28:04
What do you do to exit the document? Do I have to close it?
Nadine Aboulmagd
28:13
they always have similar questions about assignment instructions
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
28:17
Yes, you x out.
Nadine Aboulmagd
28:29
I do believe I give clear enough instructions but I have this problem repeatedly
DMPYN3EBJF8J
28:41
perhaps it would be easier just to use the chat feature in zoom?
Thomas J Tobin
28:41
To exit the G-docs file, you can close the tab in your browser and then come back in later on. I will share out, too.
Alice Duszkiewicz
28:45
Can not get in but answer students do not read text or anything published.
Miki Huntington
28:53
Dr. Tobin's questions to consider: What learner interactions regularly don’t go as you plan them? What’s the gap?
Heather @ Worsham College
29:35
LOL
Tatevik Zargaryan
29:45
:)))))
Julie James
29:45
eek, mute!
Erebi Ndoni
29:49
They do not read the Instructions before the essay question and make same mistakes when writing
Beth Case
29:49
Love the music! LOL!
Lynee Sanute
29:58
That timer music...
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
30:02
Some good upbeat music!
Beth Case
30:10
Kinda 70's vibe
Nadine Aboulmagd
30:14
💃
Wes Tobin
30:14
nice beat to that timer :-)
Margaret Czart
30:21
I am unable to download the material. It gets zipped and nothing after that.
Nadine Aboulmagd
30:26
let’s turn this into a dance party 😃
Beth Case
30:27
LOL, Nadine!
Briana Allen
30:35
Can you repost the GDoc link for us latecomers?
Thomas J Tobin
30:46
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZPr6fkSR8c4-q9DbnQKkIAFQileQU1GEwGY_CQmz_vU/edit
Briana Allen
30:53
Thanks!
Thomas J Tobin
30:58
https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Veronica Armour
31:00
@Julie James, agree! If you click on View Options you can mute shared sound. :-)
Nadine Aboulmagd
31:27
I’m unable to log in the doc so I’m writing answers here. I often struggle with their responses to eachother on blogs and Padlet posts. no matter how many times I say it to remind them to add grades to it.
Nadine Aboulmagd
31:49
just can’t get them to do this
Nadine Aboulmagd
31:57
also, proper citation 😐
Susan Ward
32:02
the background on the timer is difficult to process if you have vestibular dysfunction.
Miki Huntington
33:12
@Susan - appreciate the feedback
Adam Z.
35:18
Gemmicka has a hand
Beth Case
35:35
Kind of ironically in a UDL presentation -- I'm editing pdfs for accessibility while listening. The work must go on even during a conference! :)
Gemmicka Piper
36:58
My interactions are more with colleagues and doing online learning. So, this still applies. They get hung up when new ideas for engaging students, that are more technologically involved comes up, a clear barrier in taking in information appears.
Kirsten Helmer
37:30
Yes, there are barriers for instructors too
Miki Huntington
37:32
@Gemmicka - thank you for your comment!
Gemmicka Piper
37:40
No problem!
Beth Case
38:00
Yes, Gemmicka!
Kirsten Helmer
38:06
Maybe that is an opportunity - talk with instructors/faculty about what barriers they are experiencing right now and then to imagine from that what barriers their students are experiencing
Miki Huntington
39:09
@Kirsten - great opportunity for collaboration with colleagues and student-first thinking!
JC13
43:44
WCAG standards are critical for us to know for online learning
Thomas J Tobin
48:16
https://docs.google.com/document/d/176o91DNwsycR99x5LJFrGtak8d5gks9ppuZ7-UL8U8M/edit
Heidi Steinour
50:33
Difference in motivation and goals within their learning journey
Heather @ Worsham College
50:51
@Heidi +1
Trish Davis
51:14
Myth vs Fact of Online learning. Some students think online = less work
Julie James
51:27
International differences in basic education
Barbara Spinda
51:28
We have a mix of traditional, non-traditional, and adult learners.
Heather @ Worsham College
51:57
LOL
Nadine Aboulmagd
52:10
difference in motivation. al students are adults. but most of my students have been used to spoon feeding everything during their educational experiences with other universities so it’s a completely different education style for them
Gemmicka Piper
52:11
A lot our students are food and housing insecure
Julie James
52:19
internet insecure!
Heather @ Worsham College
52:21
High standards, low stakes
Adam Z.
52:26
Is "being a responsible adult" one of your learning objectives? If not, making it easy to succeed without first getting this right is a good approach.
CShnaider
52:30
Students who read and use feedback, improve during the course and it is very rewarding. Others appear to not read or not use the feedback and then learning is not adequately taking place.
Vanessa Lyons
52:35
comfort with self-directed learning
Tatevik Zargaryan
52:36
ability to stay connected during the lecture
Gemmicka Piper
52:45
Also, a lot of students use mobile phones for accessing online content
Nadine Aboulmagd
52:46
oh yeah, absolutely! I do that. I don’t give in but I scaffold whenever possible
Rolando Mendez
53:17
Many don’t have the technology (computers) nor the access (internet connectivity)
Nadine Aboulmagd
53:40
I love the +1 idea. just did it with my assignment last week where I recorded a video explanation version of the text version. only got 1 question this time 👍🏼
Anne-Marie
54:00
Could someone post the link to the google doc. I joined late. Thanks!
Thomas J Tobin
54:04
https://docs.google.com/document/d/176o91DNwsycR99x5LJFrGtak8d5gks9ppuZ7-UL8U8M/edit
Tatevik Zargaryan
54:11
Ahhhhh It is another pain to record a video :))
Beth Case
54:27
The party is HERE!
Kristine Lesperance
55:23
Mobile design offers additional challenges
Racek, Brittni
55:44
Our research unit conducted that study - will link in chat!
Nadine Aboulmagd
55:46
@tatev absolutely! it’s so worth it though cuz they aren’t that confused anymore. I can also reuse it every time I run this course so it’s high return on investment
Kristine Lesperance
55:48
Not all LMSs support mobile design
Racek, Brittni
55:58
https://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/research/study/student-device-preferences/
Nadine Aboulmagd
56:20
so nice to see you here too @tatev
Tatevik Zargaryan
56:31
@Nadine I am testing the Voicover and Camtasia now should do a video lecture
Heather @ Worsham College
56:45
I <3 Camtasia!
Kirsten Helmer
57:06
I wish this was a silent activity...already a lot of different input - plus talk plus music....
Yvonne Kosma
57:21
Also, different time zones
Gemmicka Piper
57:28
I would like to do more interactive videos. I am super not a fan of powerpoint voiceovers. If I am bored creating it, then I expect students to be bored listening to it.
Kim Mishkind
57:39
It is also easy to record a Zoom lecture, esp. if you've been using it for lectures
Tatevik Zargaryan
57:50
@Gemma what are you going to use ?
Kim Mishkind
58:07
I mean, record on Zoom and post it asnchronously.
Tatevik Zargaryan
58:10
I was also testing Moodle H5P
Heather @ Worsham College
58:29
We've been encouraging students to record their responses as videos (asynchronously) instead of writing. Not required, but optional
Gemmicka Piper
58:33
I should specify by interactive I mean embedding quizzes or other interactions that students have to click through.
Julie James
58:41
I just condensed a 40-minute session down to 4 minutes., and they STILL only watch half of it :P
Nadine Aboulmagd
58:42
I’m just gonna throw this out there: I think we should hack the syllabus
Tatevik Zargaryan
58:48
:)))
Nadine Aboulmagd
58:54
totally change the way we design syllabi!
Price, Jennifer B
58:55
Different levels of English ability. Sometimes my students are misplaced or had someone take the TOFEL for them… and ended up in a much too high level class!
Beth Case
58:55
Attention span is very different for live vs. recorded lectures. Recorded lectures need to be much shorter (5-10 minutes)
Cris Mazzei
58:55
VoiceThread allows for different types of comments from students: text, audio, and video
Tatevik Zargaryan
58:58
what you mean ?
Adam Z.
59:01
@heather: would framing as multimodal be good for students? You can write, record audio, or record video?
Rolando Mendez
59:03
Yes, syllabi are so confusing and unfriendly
Adam Z.
59:14
Like VoiceThread, but without the added learning curve
Gemmicka Piper
59:16
I have seen someone do a graphic syllabi for their course
Carrie
59:17
@Gemmika, what program would you use? VoiceThread?
Gemmicka Piper
59:23
it was pretty neat
Heather @ Worsham College
59:26
@Adam - exactly - they have choice!
Rolando Mendez
59:28
@Gemmika, really?
Gemmicka Piper
59:36
Yep
Gemmicka Piper
59:45
I use kaltura personal to record
Heather Scott
59:56
I have found that having students interact with one another and the syllabus through Perusall can be very effective.
Laura Pollack
01:00:01
For larger projects or exams - create one, organized HTML page with everything they need to know. Use headers and sub-headers to organize your sections. It provides one source for information that you can introduce early on in the course and have linked into wherever assignments relate to this larger assignment or exam.
Beth Case
01:00:13
Just know that Perusall isn't accessible
Nadine Aboulmagd
01:00:31
for institutional reasons we can just submit to departments our syllabi in their templates but we should simplify syllabi for learners. through visuals/infographics/video syllabus versions/audio syllabus/ or even slides version with visuals!
Gemmicka Piper
01:00:36
Quick example: https://facultyinnovate.utexas.edu/graphic-syllabus
Anne-Marie
01:01:01
We created a website at Tulane called AccessibleSyllabus.com that addresses the syllabus too.
Gemmicka Piper
01:01:20
https://community.chronicle.com/news/1864-your-syllabus-doesn-t-have-to-look-like-a-contract
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
01:01:41
clapping!
Beth Case
01:01:42
YESSS!!!!!!!!!
Nancy Hulan
01:01:43
Yes!
Vanessa Lyons
01:01:43
AMEN!
Laura Pollack
01:01:44
Yes
Rolando Mendez
01:01:44
clapping
T Twohill
01:01:44
HOORAY!!
Tatevik Zargaryan
01:01:45
I knew it :)))
Trisha Dionne
01:01:46
Yay for saying it!!!
hyunjin son
01:01:46
Yap
Adam Z.
01:01:46
woohoo
Sharon Gray
01:01:48
I agree! Thanks for saying that
Nadine Aboulmagd
01:01:49
HA I KNEW IT!
Lynn Erdmann
01:01:49
Say what?
Heather @ Worsham College
01:01:49
PREACH!
victor
01:01:50
elaborate...
KL
01:01:52
Okay???
Laura Pollack
01:01:52
Students have preferences
Beth Case
01:01:52
Say it louder for people in the back
Tatevik Zargaryan
01:01:53
yesssssss
Alicia Swendler
01:01:53
Agreed
David Becker
01:01:56
Yaaaasss!
Stefani
01:02:03
Yes!!!
JC13
01:02:04
yup a study a few years ago
Nadine Aboulmagd
01:02:04
we bore students and then say it’s just cuz of their learning style 😃
Melissa Johnson
01:02:14
YAS!!!
Lynn Erdmann
01:02:20
Debunked? Source?
Stephanie Kramer
01:02:31
Anyone know the name of the study?
Lynn Erdmann
01:02:37
Thanks!
Stephanie Kramer
01:02:38
Thanks!
Heather @ Worsham College
01:02:48
https://www.michellemillerphd.com/tag/learning-styles/
Colleen Kuusinen
01:02:49
Pashler et al https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1539-6053.2009.01038.x
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
01:03:02
https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/read/international-report-neuromyths-and-evidence-based-practices-in-higher-education/
Melissa Johnson
01:03:02
Here’s another one https://www.welearnls.com/wethink/nessie
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
01:03:10
Here is a report from OLC on neuromyths
Loftin, Dorothy
01:03:12
Another blog on the topic: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/inspire/2019/02/13/debunking-neuromyths-and-applications-for-online-teaching-and-learning-part-1/
Heather @ Worsham College
01:03:17
https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/04/the-myth-of-learning-styles/557687/
Sean C
01:03:20
Thanks for those learning styles links!
Vanessa Lyons
01:03:27
Teach Students How to Learn: Strategies You Can Incorporate Into Any Course to Improve Student Metacognition, Study Skills, and Motivationby Saundra Yancy McGuire, Thomas Angelo, Stephanie McGuire
Nicole Messier
01:03:37
https://www.learningscientists.org/
Colleen Kuusinen
01:04:18
Willingham is all over it, and here’s a video for those visual … preferences https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIv9rz2NTUk
Beth Case
01:04:38
LOL, Colleeen
Heather @ Worsham College
01:04:52
@Colleen +1
Mariea G Hoy
01:04:54
Snack and coffee (or chai!) time!
Rolando Mendez
01:04:57
I like that concept (brain break)
Miki Huntington
01:05:08
Brain Break! :)
Gemmicka Piper
01:05:09
SNACKS!!!
Racek, Brittni
01:05:14
Big fan of the brain break!
Lynn Erdmann
01:05:16
A "bio break!" :OL
Mariea G Hoy
01:05:17
Walk the dog.....
Dean Hoke
01:05:29
Love Brain Break -
Adam Z.
01:05:30
Does anybody use Canvas's built-in recorder to give students the option of replying to discussion with audio/video?
Sevda Budak
01:05:31
Thnx
Sharon Gray
01:05:31
Thanks! I'm going to head out.
Rolando Mendez
01:05:39
Brain break to try to get my dog to understand that I cannot play ball right now
Miki Huntington
01:05:52
@Rolando - LOL!
Heather @ Worsham College
01:06:00
@Adam - we do, but also have a little resource page on alternative ways to upload media (unlisted YouTube vids, etc)
Rolando Mendez
01:06:18
@Miki, she has her head on my lap pushing the ball
Thomas J Tobin
01:06:36
Thanks to everyone who's got to head off to another thing! Remember, you can catch the recording later and see our resources at https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Denetria Brooks-James
01:06:59
Awesome!
Adam Z.
01:08:27
@heather - Thanks. I'm always a little skeptical of built-in Canvas multimedia options. It's good to know that other people are using them successfully.
Adam Z.
01:08:44
Having alternate methods too seems like a good idea
hyunjin son
01:09:23
Does anyone use Harmonize in Canvas?
Thomas J Tobin
01:09:36
For those of you still hanging out during the brain break, here's a "secret" activity: what is one thing we did in the first half that was an example of UDL? Think now, respond later!
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
01:10:27
Secret activity! :) Love it.
Christine Carnes
01:10:28
Typed in responses and then you verbally talked about them outloud - that was a reading +1
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
01:10:39
Shhhh….
Christine Carnes
01:10:58
Sorry The music makes it hard to concentrate!
Thomas J Tobin
01:10:59
@Christine: good ideas (and hang on until we're all back--then let 'em loose)!
Adam Z.
01:11:05
We've looked at Harmonize but don't use it. I really like what I've seen
Thomas J Tobin
01:11:32
@Christine: yeah, using music is a double-edged sword, so I'm trying to share at lowest volume.
Jeani Y
01:11:33
@adam Z re caveat on the built-in recorder in Canvas, because the recording on a random AWS server, if you accidentally delete the recording it's gone for real.
Adam Z.
01:12:06
eek. Good to know
Jeani Y
01:12:17
also no way to caption them
Jeani Y
01:12:38
unless they changed something recently
Adam Z.
01:12:44
@Jeani Y: I was wondering about that
hyunjin son
01:12:46
Recently, I saw the demonstration of Harmonize. It's looks so good.
Adam Z.
01:12:58
There seems to be a way to upload captions but not to autocaption
Julie James
01:14:03
YouTube's autocaption does a decent job, and then you can fix words and add punctuation, then export.
Carrie
01:14:12
@Thomas Because of the limitations of Zoom, the music is actually much louder for us than it is for you. Might be more accessible to just turn it off?
Lizzie Crowston
01:14:44
Whats a fav cheap or free video editor with auto captions
Thomas J Tobin
01:14:46
ally.ac/covid19 = file conversion for free during pandemic
Adam Z.
01:14:55
@Julie -- we sometimes do that for course videos from faculty. YouTube uploads can be unintuitive, though, and I'm not sure I'd recommend for students.
Susan Fein
01:15:01
I had to reduce volume on my laptop cause the music was too loud for me!
Thomas J Tobin
01:15:12
Video editor: OBS studio: open source, free, captions
Thomas J Tobin
01:15:36
@Susan: odd: I have the volume on the music all the way down. Gotta check settings.
Heather @ Worsham College
01:15:41
+1 OBS studio!
hyunjin son
01:15:42
+1 for OBS
Adam Z.
01:16:10
Really, what I'd like is to be able to offer multimodal options for students on assignments where it doesn't really matter whether they're writing or responding some other way
Rolando Mendez
01:16:29
Multiple ways of engagement + expression (chat/Google doc), multiple was of representation (slides, audio/narration)
Heather @ Worsham College
01:16:32
UDL: Dr. Tobin verbally described the images in the slide “man in snowy forest who is talking on the phone and has removed one glove.”
Vanessa Lyons
01:16:47
Yes, describing pictures
Trisha Dionne
01:16:53
Use of interactive technology more than one time
Adam Z.
01:17:01
Sufficient contrast for text on screen.
Diana Siliezar
01:17:04
I was given two places where to record my thoughts
Livia Piotto
01:17:10
engagement of participants
hyunjin son
01:17:13
engagement,
Vanessa Lyons
01:17:21
communicating several ways: Google doc, chat, microphone
Anne-Marie
01:17:25
Part of time with music, part of it without
mhaig
01:17:28
chunking the session into the four seasons so we know what's coming
Carrie
01:17:54
Anybody find that it took up a lot of unnecessary time while explaining all of those pictures though? I feel like there's never enough time--especially during synchronous chats. Different for lecture.
hyunjin son
01:18:51
It is great to use Good document to share ideas.
Heather @ Worsham College
01:19:06
LOL
Miki Huntington
01:19:48
Access session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Nancy Hulan
01:21:09
Would you mind saying the names of researchers you got Active x Access from again? Thanks!
Suzanne Szucs
01:21:20
I get a lot of push back from students when I emphasize flipping the classroom - especially from intro students. Many of my students want to be consumers rather than active learners.
Alice Duszkiewicz
01:21:30
I am having a hard time seeing this working for nursing programs when state regulates.
Nancy Hulan
01:21:33
sorry!
Heather @ Worsham College
01:21:35
@Adam - that could be a cool way to engage "Research a way that you would like to respond to this prompt" and have them share modalities, in a really meta "I made a comic book about how to make a comic book about my Psychology discussion" etc.
Blake Spitz
01:21:58
How would you suggest adding UDL framing when the point of the lesson is visual or audio analysis (such as visual literacy when looking at photographs)? Don’t want to “tell” students what they seeing when the lesson is learning how to look…
Adam Z.
01:22:51
@heather - I really like that idea. We already do that with some projects. Need to think about how to do it more widely.
Ruth Busby
01:23:08
I missed part of the presentation. How can I access the recording?
Laura Pollack
01:23:45
For nursing provide other opportunities for learning the content outside of the exams and practicum. For example, applying case studies in a real-life scenario. When they integrate their learning into application, this will aid their preparation for the certification exam.
Miki Huntington
01:25:22
@Ruth - On-demand recordings of OLC Innovate presentations will be available on the website for 1-year post conference. You will receive a reminder email at the end of the conference with access instructions.
Ruth Busby
01:26:11
@Miki Huntingdon. Thank you. Sounds like this was a quality presentation!
Nadine Aboulmagd
01:26:31
I tried that every time I taught but they choose the text option. which is funny cuz they don’t like to write and they don’t read each other’s posts.
Nadine Aboulmagd
01:26:41
only 1 student has taken me up on that
Thomas J Tobin
01:27:06
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vVU1GqoLgufW-CU_e9UHhrBdYU2XHTYXVKQ5WTZkf2E/edit
Gemmicka Piper
01:27:10
@Nadine Writing is familiar? The unknown is scary
Kirsten Helmer
01:27:29
I have two weeks where I give students the option of writing their response to the reading or creating a concept map
Kirsten Helmer
01:27:54
And I always challenge them to do one thing one week and then the other thing the other week
Margaret Czart
01:28:02
I always considered UDL to be what the course shell looks like. I didn't take these other aspects into consideration.
Anne-Marie
01:29:25
Reach Everyone, Teach Everyone was a whole series of lightbulb moments!
Rolando Mendez
01:29:45
I mixed up forum discussions. I gave them the opportunity to participate synchronously via Blackboard Collaborate or asyncronously via discussion forums
Beth Case
01:29:51
I give my sudents options to writing a paper, too, but they always choose the paper. I think they believe anything else will require more work.
Thomas J Tobin
01:29:58
Thanks, @Anne-Marie!
Margaret Czart
01:30:16
I typically stick to discussion and individual assignments. In some courses I do Peer Review. However, that is for project based courses.
Heather @ Worsham College
01:30:30
@DrTobin - https://ally.ac/covid19/ is AWESOME!
Rolando Mendez
01:30:34
Eventually I want to give them the opportunity to choose how they will be evaluated (i.e tests, assignments, forums, etc.); to choose their own learning path
Vanessa Lyons
01:31:14
Consider including content that is mobile device friendly.
Thomas J Tobin
01:31:14
If you all missed it, https://ally.ac/covid19/is a file converter tool that is offered for free during the pandemic, so you (and your students) can +1 content easily.
Gemmicka Piper
01:32:34
@Thomas do you know if there is a Canvas compatible converter link?
Thomas J Tobin
01:32:34
I see a lot of robust thinking in the shared activity document. I hope you're all thinking and planning in a way that works well for you right now. I'm here to help w Qs and ideas here.
Suzanne Szucs
01:32:35
My biggest issue is trying to make assignments concise with just enough information. Finding that balance between clear instructions vs too much text or info is difficult. With each assignment I re-design, I am using the transparent design template to try to be as clear as possible. Also being consistent with how I present assignments.
Thomas J Tobin
01:33:02
@Gemmicka: Ally is actually a tool that campuses can license to work within the LMS, including Canvas.
Rolando Mendez
01:33:21
Suzanne, putting it in bullets worked for me (Objectives, Requirements, Points, Due)
Gemmicka Piper
01:33:35
oh its licensed not just open?
Thomas J Tobin
01:33:44
@Suzanne: yes, getting to the smallest activity request is tough! Keep at it, though, and ask your learners for help in defining it.
Thomas J Tobin
01:34:06
@Gemmicka: the full tool is licensed. The free link I shared will do 1 file at a time.
Suzanne Szucs
01:34:27
I teach Art + Design — with my advanced students, I am letting them score themselves more often - so group critiques where they fill out worksheets for each other. That then becomes their score - puts the responsibility back on them and they take it very seriously.
Kim Mishkind
01:34:54
The idea of video syllabus and feedback reivew in addition to text is very appealing, but I must say that trying to keep up with the chat and the Gogle Doc for this exrecise is very difficult for me, more like +++ than +1 :)
Thomas J Tobin
01:35:07
Psst: if your mic is open, we can hear you typing. Please mute if you're not in the live conversation.
Beth Case
01:35:25
LOL
Thomas J Tobin
01:36:15
@Kim: for those us of teaching 200+ students in a section, it's divide and conquer. I'd never hold a workshop with this many people at once, which is why we adjusted the format to be a little less collaborative.
Beth Case
01:36:28
Suzanne - research has shown that students are more harsh on themselves and each other when self/peer grading and reviewing than the instructor is!
Mariea G Hoy
01:36:37
@suzanne: I find letting students present to their peers and ask for feedback really brings encourages them to up their game. I did discussion threads for each team and everything is open so we know who gave what feedback. This approach encourages them to be thoughtful and professional. First time I tried this semester and it was a great experience.
Tatevik Zargaryan
01:36:40
@Suzanne Szcucs I like the idea of group works and peer assessment
Jeani
01:36:45
https://www.zamzar.com/ is a file converter with a wider range of file type but the free version is limited to a max of 5 files per day and a max of 150MB of data.
Thomas J Tobin
01:36:48
@Cyndie, yes, I teach my students how to make their work accessible, too, and ask them to make transcripts, scripts, or captions for media content that they make.
Tatevik Zargaryan
01:36:53
I alos like project based tasks
Miki Huntington
01:37:41
Access all session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Suzanne Szucs
01:38:34
Beth - I think generally the scoring evens out.
Adam Z.
01:40:01
Got to run to a meeting. Thanks to @Thomas for a great presentation and a good framework for thinking about UDL beyond accommodation!
Kirsten Helmer
01:40:46
ARe you looking for examples of what we already do, or for problems to be solved?
Heather @ Worsham College
01:40:46
A full lecture hall of shy people! :D
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
01:40:54
not seeing a way to raise a hand in participants
Rolando Mendez
01:41:09
Nancy, under the participants list
Beth Case
01:41:14
Suzanne -- Oh, I agree. It's just that some people are hesitant about peer grading because they think they will be easy on each other, but the data doesn't support that
Gemmicka Piper
01:41:27
To raise a hand click on participants
Suzanne Szucs
01:41:27
So much about the success of a course is dependent upon motivation. So emphasizing evaluating movitivation is really useful.
Gemmicka Piper
01:41:44
Then the raise hand logo should appear
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
01:41:49
I'm raising my hand here
Denetria Brooks-James
01:42:06
I do peer grading with a rubric that I provide so that helps them identify what they are looking for
Heather @ Worsham College
01:42:09
It's Attentive Listening! :D
Barbara Spinda
01:42:33
I tell students I am comfortable with the uncomfortable... I will stay silent for longer than they expect.
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
01:42:35
Still not seeing it on mine
Suzanne Szucs
01:42:40
Beth - I think that’s part of the learning process — students can only control their own response/participation. It’s an interesting exercise.
Miki Huntington
01:42:41
@Nancy Kaplan-Biegel is raising her hand in the chat!
Tatevik Zargaryan
01:42:42
@Denetria oh Rubric is nice
Kirsten Helmer
01:42:49
That is something that Zoom should improv - the hand raise funciton
Denetria Brooks-James
01:42:59
Thank you Tatevik
Dean Hoke
01:43:02
I learned how to interview from Dick Cavette - silence is golden in getting people to speak, write - often faculty are scared of the silence.
Jeani
01:43:22
The Reactions button at the bottom normally offers the raise hand but it's not doing anything for me at the moment.
Suzanne Szucs
01:43:23
Teachers really do need to be comfortable with the silence (I teach Art, so critiques can be full of silence), otherwise we fill the void unproductively.
Kandace Knudson
01:43:31
We are using Ally in Canvas to provide alternate formats of materials for students.
DConduah
01:43:57
The raised hand is below the list of participants
Gemmicka Piper
01:44:10
@Dean I agree. For Humanities faculty this seems especially true.
Suzanne Szucs
01:44:25
I teach media arts and start the course with “Listening Sheets” - it’s something we all need to practice more — or society has really gotten away from the fine art of listening.
Heather @ Worsham College
01:44:31
@Nancy - I love this "scavenger hunt" activity! We do a similar exercise with the embalming students (find something with formaldehyde in your home)
Miki Huntington
01:44:38
@Nancy - thanks for sharing via mic! :)
Kirsten Helmer
01:44:50
What's a listening sheet?
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
01:45:17
Thanks @heather et al.
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
01:45:35
@heather, I love that example!
Cris Emberton
01:46:08
Maybe try video announcements.
Heather @ Worsham College
01:46:25
@Cris +1 - great for strengthening a sense of presence!
Lynee Sanute
01:46:41
What is the function of the mannequins? Can they use a doll or toy?
Jeani
01:46:49
@alice, are the interactive assignments worth points?
Thomas J Tobin
01:47:02
remind.com
Margaret Czart
01:47:05
Thank you Alice! I created simulation centers for testing mobile apps but it is unknown if they really look at it.
Gioconda Quesada
01:47:15
I love Remind!!
Suzanne Szucs
01:48:06
My LMS has text notifications if students turn them on. No need to put in my own info.
Carrie
01:48:09
Group Me
Beth Case
01:48:11
Since I started using Remind, I got fewer late papers
Cris Emberton
01:48:29
My daughter in middle school uses this with teachers AND I’ve had professors use it. Remind or Group Me
Beth Case
01:48:40
I also use a Google voice number so I don't have to give out my personal cell phone, but I'm adjunct so I don't have an office phone
Trish Davis
01:48:41
My class is using Microsoft Teams. We have a course question channel and a shenanigan channel
Mariea G Hoy
01:48:47
Does remind work in reverse? i.e. Would they now be texting me (whenever)?
Miki Huntington
01:48:52
Google Voice - voice.google.com
Beth Case
01:49:00
You can set Remind to be announcements only
Yan Xu
01:49:05
So group me and remind work the same way for real time interaction?
Mariea G Hoy
01:49:12
@Beth. Thanks!
Gioconda Quesada
01:49:31
you can text them and they can text you or you can just do one way, you control it in the settings. I was worried I was going to get texts all day long, but I don't .
Beth Case
01:49:36
I don't know Group Me, so I can't say
Margaret Czart
01:49:47
My institution is in progress of implementing Microsoft Teams I hope to use the groups for chat. I hope this will be a good help discussion.
Cris Emberton
01:50:14
Group Me is real time as well. It seems to be very similar to Remind
Suzanne Szucs
01:50:49
We can’t forget the interpersonal — even if Intellgent Agents are used for general reminders, asking for or assigning those personal meetings are super important. This only breaks down for me if students are doing online courses because they are shoving it into the midnight hour - where they are thinking they can manage a course in the margins. That goes back to practical time management - they are magically thinking that going to school is something other than it really is…
Holly Mercier
01:50:50
Are phone numbers revealed in GroupMe?
Gioconda Quesada
01:51:00
the difference that I see mostly is that Remind let you send Group messages or individual messages. I know you can do individual ones in Group Me, but it is mostly for group texts, like this chat.
Cris Emberton
01:51:59
Most of the faculty I work with have Open Zoom Office Hours. They will set a few hours during a morning and evening to accommodate student schedules.
Margaret Czart
01:52:10
I like the TedEd Talks they do it much better than myself trying to record myself 50 times to get it right.
Liz Beaty
01:52:26
I prefer Remind because although the administrator sends a group message it comes through as an individual text that allows a direct response. I recently joined GroupMe and the group message came through as a group text with multiple responses.
Jeani
01:52:51
@Chris, does anyone show up for open office hours?
Dean Hoke
01:53:06
Suzanne - really appreciate your comment - after over 30 years with online - students still can come into a course thinking that it will easier than the classroom and that they have time and make it through the course by just working on the weekend.
Margaret Czart
01:53:24
@ Jeani, I tried open office hours and nobody attended. They emailed instead.
Beth Case
01:53:47
Same here. Never had anyone attend an office hor, whether it was in person or virtual!
Yvonne Kosma
01:53:49
I use chat on Moodle for office hours
Suzanne Szucs
01:54:09
Dean - when I started teaching hybrid, students treated the course like it was half a class. I really had to use online techniques to make sure the course had very specific deadlines for all their activities. It really helped them to better understand their responsibilities.
Joni Tweeten
01:54:20
Thanks, I appreciate the compliment!
Cris Emberton
01:54:24
@Jeani I’ve had feedback of that happening. Some faculty require at least one office hour meeting scheduled.
Farzana
01:54:52
Consider engaging students from the beginning, send a welcome email with necessary information and clearly state the expectations, create an ice--breaking activity where they introduce themselves (introduce yourself first), keep on interacting with the students online, create small overview videos for each module/week. Engaging them from the beginning will motivate them to interact throughout the course. Use timeline for each module's assignments, remind them via texts if needed/possible.
Suzanne Szucs
01:55:33
I think the syllabus as we know it is now really for administration. I put all the important syllabus info into a checklist for students to go through.
Mary Ann Lynch
01:56:30
@Suzanna I agree. We are required to do a lot of boilerplate language. Having the key information in another format for students seems really helpful.
Mariea G Hoy
01:56:33
We went online the week after Break. On the Sunday night before, I had two hours of "open office hours" because I knew students were nervous. I had 12 students show up. About 20% of my students across two classes. But those that wanted/needed assurance in the midst of uncertain crazy got it (and the feedback says they really appreciate it and knew I was there for them.)
Lizzie Crowston
01:56:54
When you have self paced courses, what do you recommend for engaging ppl
mhaig
01:57:12
I love the chat conversation that's happening and appreciate all the ideas!
Farzana
01:57:26
For syllabus, you may consider creating a short quiz to make them read it. Or create a short video overview of the syllabus with the most important information.
Heather @ Worsham College
01:57:28
We have a weekly baking contest in Zoom (optional) during lunch for students to have an informal social hour
Margaret Czart
01:57:39
I am still trying to decided how to UDL with KSA for competency education.
Beth Case
01:57:40
I love it, HEather!
Miki Huntington
01:58:01
Access session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Jeani
01:58:30
When you're using any tool like padlet, tophat, etc. in live sessions, please check the accessibility limitations on those tools.
Trish Davis
01:58:37
I do NOT have to do ALL things. I can do a PLUS 1
Suzanne Szucs
01:58:40
Short and sweet
Kandace Knudson
01:58:42
Love the +1 idea
Brad Baranowski
01:58:43
I love the ability to quickly think of/apply a concept. The "+1" helps me do that :) Thank you!
Karie Johnson
01:58:43
+1
Elizabeth Gassin
01:58:45
As much as possible, be multi-modal
Kim Mishkind
01:58:46
+1
Heather @ Worsham College
01:58:51
Teaching students how to do a +1, too! <3
Beth Case
01:58:51
That UDL isn't just for students with disabilities. I'm so focused on a11y because it's my job that I lose the bigger picture
Lynn Erdmann
01:58:52
Having realized that Learning Styles no longer exist!
(OLC) Paloma (she, her, hers)
01:58:54
I'd like to try the graphic syllabus.
Dominique Svarc
01:58:54
Create a syllabus broken up and adding activities using SoftChalk
Diana Siliezar
01:59:01
Plus 1 will help my peers to feel they can do this
Alice Duszkiewicz
01:59:03
be more creative with lab
Gioconda Quesada
01:59:06
I am breaking up my syllabus right now
Nancy Hulan
01:59:07
I will take away the notion of engaging, collecting & curating, contextualizing, theorizing, and circulating within online courses. Also love the more engaging syllabus idea.
Tatevik Zargaryan
01:59:08
use tools but not make it overwhemign
Holly Mercier
01:59:09
Plus 1 concept is a game changer for me.
CShnaider
01:59:09
Give more options, but not too many. Improve the syllabus!
Alicia Swendler
01:59:15
We are moving course content to Articulate to better chunk the learning content
Stephanie Douglass
01:59:15
Takeaways: Design based on where the questions come from or the missed questions from assessments.
queenogbomo
01:59:17
I really like the idea of the plus 1 and making online more interactive.
Livia Piotto
01:59:19
plus 1, one small thing at a time
Scott Eckert
01:59:20
+1, videos of assignments and syllabus
Cagney Smullin
01:59:26
I love the idea that using zoom for a remote class is for discussion not information necessarily.
ldborman@iu.edu
01:59:29
Add signposts
John Garton
01:59:34
Tom, you model sharpness + politeness in moderating
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
01:59:35
Permission to have back channels and that they don't always have to be focused directly on the current content, if the students are engaged.
Kirsten Helmer
01:59:39
People are already doing a lot of great things and can build on that
Deuel, John
01:59:39
I am quite new to teaching online and in fact, teaching but know that teaching remotely will be a growing trend. I learned that there is a lot of tricks and options to create a good learning environment online.
Matthew Baird
01:59:42
Plus 1 is a theme that I am going to remember and use.
Adriana Lumpkin
01:59:49
Like the idea of using zoom to see where the students are at (questions/ideas) instead of using it to go over material that has been posted for them
Robin Sutherland-Harris
01:59:57
Some inspiration for making small continuous improvements over time - things don't have to be perfect, and they never will be!
Gemmicka Piper
01:59:57
Give overviews/instruction demonstrations
Karl Schroeder
01:59:59
Takeaway: you mentioned this live session is usually 40-45, and today over 220+ participants. And YET you still created effective collaboration using Google docs, etc. Still came close to a in-person collaboration session. Will use this model for my classes.
Natalie Hamrick
02:00:05
Being intentional to use multiple formats for content delivery.
Jeani
02:00:06
"Don't lower your standards, but lower the barriers to getting access into the conversation at all."
Ekaterina Galimova
02:00:16
remind.com
Miki Huntington
02:00:16
Access session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDLthomasjtobin.com
Suzanne Szucs
02:01:14
I”ll watch this again because there is a lot of good info and sharing, will the google breakouts be available as well?
Kirsten Helmer
02:01:42
It shows that online modality allows for more engagement/interaction even in large groups
Margaret Czart
02:01:51
I will need to watch the recording again. It will take time for things to sync in.
Ekaterina Galimova
02:01:55
I love seasonal pictures as a connetion to the content of the presentation.
Karl Schroeder
02:01:58
Asynchrous- mandatory, live is optional. Yes, how we run our classes. Thx!
Thomas J Tobin
02:02:09
https://bit.ly/OLC-UDL
Margaret Czart
02:02:26
It seems like UDL is something you don't achieve in one try.
Beth Case
02:02:26
I agree Margaret
Gioconda Quesada
02:02:35
Thank you for a great session!!!
Nancy Kaplan-Biegel
02:02:36
Thank you!
Suzanne Szucs
02:02:37
You’ve a great radio voice, Tom. Thanks!
Miki Huntington
02:02:39
Access session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDLthomasjtobin.com
Mary Ann Lynch
02:02:40
Thank you!
Ekaterina Galimova
02:02:41
thank you very much to you too.
Lynn Erdmann
02:02:43
This was invigorating. Thank you!
Heather @ Worsham College
02:02:44
Thank you, Dr. Tobin and everyone! I have learned so much and enjoyed doing so!
Kim Mishkind
02:02:44
Thanks Tom!!
Margaret Czart
02:02:47
Thank you for a good session
effie
02:02:47
Thank you !!
Karl Schroeder
02:02:47
Thank you Thomas!
Robin Sutherland-Harris
02:02:50
Thank you!
Julie Lawrence
02:02:51
Thank you!
Price, Jennifer B
02:02:52
Thanks so much!
Vanessa Lyons
02:02:53
Thanks!
Yvonne Kosma
02:02:53
Thank you!
Lancie Affonso
02:02:54
Thanks Tom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
regina.kenton
02:02:55
Thank you!
Alison Becker
02:02:57
Thanks so much --very helpful!!
Joni Tweeten
02:02:57
This was excellent! Thanks so much!
Academic Technology at Clark University
02:02:57
great job and info!!!!
Anne-Marie
02:02:57
Great talk! Thanks!!
Tatevik Zargaryan
02:02:58
thank you
Kirsten Helmer
02:02:59
Thank you~
Stephanie Douglass
02:03:00
Thank you!
Mariea G Hoy
02:03:01
This was a great session. Challenging but I think I can take some points and incorporate!
Livia Piotto
02:03:03
thanks!!!
Odile Ferly
02:03:05
Thanks everyone!
Miki Huntington
02:03:05
Access session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDLthomasjtobin.com
Frederica Hendricks-Noble
02:03:08
Thank you!
Karen Jones
02:03:10
Wonderful session - thank!
Diana Siliezar
02:03:10
Thank you !!!
Farzana
02:03:11
Thank you very much!
Veronica J
02:03:12
thanks
queenogbomo
02:03:12
Great information. thanks
Stephanie Kramer
02:03:22
Thank you!
Brenda M Soto
02:03:26
Thank you!
Karie Johnson
02:03:30
Thank you! Fantastic session.
T Twohill
02:03:31
Thank you!
Melissa Johnson
02:03:37
Great info and idea! Thank you!
Matthew Baird
02:03:41
Thank you!
Stefani
02:03:42
Thank you so much for this fantastic information!
Thomas J Tobin
02:03:44
Wow, what a spendid session. Your interactions and ideas made this a fun and forward-looking session. If you'd like to continue the conversation, please connect with me via @ThomasJTobin on Twitter or see thomasjtobin.com for more. Enjoy the rest of OLC Innovate, everyone!
Thomas J Tobin
02:03:48
*splendid
Stella Asderi
02:03:51
thank you.
ldborman@iu.edu
02:04:12
Thanks! FYI, that Churchill Arms is in Kensington/Chiswick in London. Gorgeous!
Thomas J Tobin
02:04:17
I'll see you all at OLC Accelerate!
Natalie Hamrick
02:04:21
Excellent content and suggestions to apply it! I especially like having time to work on improving MY courses (vs some hypothetical example)!
Miki Huntington
02:04:26
Access session materials - https://bit.ly/OLC-UDLthomasjtobin.com
Adriana Lumpkin
02:04:34
Thank you