Instructional Technology and the Center for Teaching Excellence will host workshops and Q&A sessions on remote instruction topics. You don’t need to sign up, just click on the Zoom link provided at the scheduled time to join.
Finals in a Remote-Instruction Context: Helping Students Meet Your Learning Objectives (Session Slides) (Session Recording)
3 pm-4 pm via Zoom
Tuesday, April 28
Description: Join us for a discussion on how to support students and maintain the integrity of your course as we discuss both the logistics of collecting assignments, setting up exams, and recording presentations and how to support all students, including those who have accommodations, in fulfilling your learning objectives.
Presenters: Brenda Adrian, Laura Youngblood, Rebecca Davis, Kendall Swanson, Jennifer Jefferson
Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 17:
All the following sessions will be hosted in the following Zoom meeting room: https://stedwards.zoom.us/j/559734502
Q&A sessions for remote instruction will be open Monday, March 30 through Friday, April 3 from 2–4 p.m. every day
In addition to the daily Q+A sessions, there will also be special topic-focused sessions:
Integrating the Current Moment into Your Courses (Session Slides) (Session Recording)
11:30 a.m.–noon and 8–8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 8
Panelists: Mary Culkin, Nicole Trevino, and Connie Rey Rodriguez, Rebecca Frost Davis and Jennifer Jefferson
Session Description: How are our students doing? What support structures is the university providing? What considerations does this moment present for teaching and learning? This panel discussion will share insights from the student of concern process, Academic Support Services, Student Affairs, and the Remote Instruction Workgroup and offer a chance for faculty to share what they are seeing and ask questions.
Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27
Q&A sessions for remote instruction will be open from 2–4 p.m. every day.
Topic-focused sessions will change each day:
Faculty Learning Community Session:
Best Practices for Making Videos (Session Slides) (Session Recording)
Friday March 27
Join us online to learn about evidence-based best practices for creating course videos. We’ll talk about making instructional videos and recording presentations or mini-lectures. You’ll learn more about optimum length, legibility, accessibility, scripting, best ways to record, sound & video quality, framing, lighting and captioning.