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Producing Effective Teaching Modules for Asynchronous Learners: Engaging Students and Promoting Active Learning focus on STEM Courses - Shared screen with gallery view
julia maserjian
07:14
Previous workshops with recordings and upcoming workshops https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-fall-2020-workshops
Steve Sakasitz
09:22
http://help.lehigh.edu
Almut Hupbach
12:34
fully remote
Kelly Schultz
12:38
fully remote
Ken Kodama
12:38
fully remote
Mark Snyder
12:43
Fully remote
Damien Thevenin
12:44
fully remote
Liz Young
12:45
fully remote
Kristen Heroy
12:46
I think I will be fully remote
Jim Roberts
12:46
All of the above....
Richard Kish
12:47
fully remote
Mayuresh Kothare
12:47
hybrid
patrick zoro
12:47
FTF
Sam Miller-Brown
12:49
Fully remote
George Witmer
12:49
Hybrid
Terry Theman
12:49
Fully remote
vincent munley
12:51
Fully Remote
Hyunok Choi
12:51
fully remote
Mark Erle
12:51
2 sections hybrid, 1 section online
Indranil Roy
12:52
full remote
Oriana Fisher
12:53
fully remote
Angela Brown
12:54
fully remote
Steven Weintraub
12:54
remote
Terry Hart
12:54
Fully remote
Mooi Choo Chuah
12:55
hybrid
Eric Daniels
12:55
Fully remote
Peter Zeitler
12:56
fully remote
Aliana Lungu
12:57
Chemistry Lab... In person
Michael Stavola
12:57
hybrid but not sure yet
Rick Blum
13:02
fully remote
Andy Ho
13:06
fully remote lecture
Cynthiq Fianu Velgus
13:08
Hybrid
Daniel Robinson
13:08
hybrid
Gary Harlow
13:20
Fully Remote
Masashi Watanabe
13:32
full remote and hybrid
Larry Butler
13:37
in person
Peggy Kane
16:46
go.lehigh.edu/toframework
Charalambos Marangos
17:06
hybrid
Mayuresh Kothare
20:27
What is a good example of a "Check-in" video?
Almut Hupbach
21:47
brain organization
Cathy Ridings
21:53
How to declare variables in Java
Kelly Schultz
21:54
One-dimensional conduction
Steven Weintraub
21:56
The notion of limits
Nick Strandwitz
21:57
semiconductor band diagrams
Mark Erle
22:00
Importance of C
Jim Roberts
22:01
Significant Figures and Units
Eric Daniels
22:04
Structure of polymers
Sam Miller-Brown
22:04
A First Look at Limits
vincent munley
22:05
Basic Budget Sets
Damien Thevenin
22:06
Welcome to Clinical Chemistry
Richard Kish
22:07
time value of money
Mooi Choo Chuah
22:07
Client & Server concept
George Witmer
22:11
Personalization vs. Privacy
Tommy Pashuck
22:13
Properties of biomolecules
Hyunok Choi
22:14
environmental injustice
Ken Kodama
22:14
how do rivers work?
Gary Harlow
22:14
definition of probability
Terry Theman
22:14
Designing Your Capstone Project
Mark Snyder
22:15
Distributed mathematical models
Daniel Robinson
22:20
Operations Research: a part of everyday life
Mayuresh Kothare
22:20
Basic concept of feedback control
Aliana Lungu
22:23
Real Life Organic Chemistry - Safety
Andy Ho
22:23
Calorimetry
Peter Zeitler
22:33
Energy resources
Cynthiq Fianu Velgus
22:42
Glassware
Larry Butler
22:49
MATLAB "while" command
DWAYNE HANSEN
22:51
requirements analysis
Peggy Kane
22:57
Mayuresh, I think a good ‘check-in’ video could be a statement of where the class is in its schedule, what will be expected in the next few sessions and some general feedback on the classes’ progress and your observations on their work.
Petral Abong
23:03
Newton’s Laws of Motion
Jim Roberts
23:15
Example problems
Almut Hupbach
23:18
quiz
Kelly Schultz
23:30
Solve an example problem
Hyunok Choi
23:31
stakeholder meeting
Andy Ho
23:32
example problems
Eric Daniels
23:33
Briefly draw typical polymer structures
Mark Snyder
23:33
Solve illustrative example problem
Sam Miller-Brown
23:34
Example problems
Mooi Choo Chuah
23:36
quick quiz
Ken Kodama
23:37
sketch the long profile of a river
Cathy Ridings
23:37
actually write the Java code and run it
Tommy Pashuck
23:40
Example problems
Steven Weintraub
23:43
Typical homework problems
George Witmer
23:46
Writing assignment on lesson and assigned readings
Richard Kish
23:47
solve present value examples
vincent munley
23:50
Create numerical example
Terry Theman
23:50
Write a one-paragraph summary of the topic you wish to persue.
Cynthiq Fianu Velgus
23:55
quiz
Aliana Lungu
23:59
true/false quiz
DWAYNE HANSEN
24:01
Give a list of requirements and have them identify which requirements are inadequte
Larry Butler
24:08
Solve problem counting evens between two numbers
Peter Zeitler
24:12
Compare what you think the main energy sources are for the United States, China, India, and Nigeria.
Jim Roberts
24:55
Writing Assigment - work in groups, counts toward grade
Charalambos Marangos
27:50
someone is annotating zoom
julia maserjian
29:17
Location, Lighting, and Sound guidelines https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=120098616
Steve Sakasitz
29:59
Recording Videos with Panopto: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Panopto
Steve Sakasitz
32:35
Perusall: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Perusall
julia maserjian
32:39
Perusall https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Perusall
Charalambos Marangos
35:06
i wear a different tie each of the 28 lectures
julia maserjian
35:42
editing in panopto https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Editing+a+Panopto+Video
Hyunok Choi
36:25
What is the advantage of Panopto over Zoom?
Steve Sakasitz
37:53
Hyunok - One of the biggest advantages is that the recordings integrate very easily with Course Site.
Nick Strandwitz
38:13
@Hyunok, Panopto recordings are easier to show you, your slides, and a breakout showing each slide. Its easier to navigate. Plus posting them on Panopto has no limit to size. You can also post zoom recordings (or any recording) to the panopto part of the course site
Hyunok Choi
38:41
I see-- is the advantage that I could reuse a lecture?
Hyunok Choi
39:27
I see -- more functionality in PAnopto.
Hyunok Choi
39:48
Thank you!
Steve Sakasitz
40:15
Yes, Panopto recordings (or any videos uploaded through Panopto) can be moved between Course Site folders so they can be re-used very easily semester to semester.
Kelly Schultz
40:38
I was having trouble trying to figure out how to use slides, an iPad to write notes and see myself in Panopto, is that easier to record in zoom and then upload to panopto?
Steve Sakasitz
42:17
Kelly - Panopto allows for 2 additional inputs so you can capture video, annotation tablet/doc cam, and slides simultaneously.
Kelly Schultz
42:39
ok, thanks I was having trouble getting it to work, I will work on it more
Jim Roberts
01:00:42
I use a Wacom tablet (Intuos), about $200 -- annotates PowerPoint Slides with VERY little lag.
Sabrina Jedlicka
01:00:51
can we have some details on the cameras?
Sabrina Jedlicka
01:01:18
I’d like to see if we should pick a few up for RCEAS
Sabrina Jedlicka
01:02:03
I used an iPad for annotation…seamless tool, worked beautifully
Peggy Kane
01:02:04
Digital Media Studio Equipment: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/DMS+Equipment
Steve Sakasitz
01:02:12
Some equipment purchasing recommendationshttps://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Equipment+Recommendations+-+Online+and+Blended+Teaching
Steve Sakasitz
01:02:22
https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Equipment+Recommendations+-+Online+and+Blended+Teaching
Peggy Kane
01:02:50
Equipment Recommendations:https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/HZIoBw
Peggy Kane
01:03:20
This page is an umbrella over those pages just posted: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/Khc_BQ
julia maserjian
01:03:54
email inmediad@lehigh.edu with video questions
Gregory Reihman
01:04:07
Thank you, Julia—very helpful.
Terry Theman
01:08:52
Well-conceived topic. Thank you!
Charalambos Marangos
01:10:06
can you randomly assign people to groups automatically?>
Charalambos Marangos
01:11:01
what are the steps to create rooms?
Gregory Reihman
01:11:03
Yes, you can create breakout rooms…
Gregory Reihman
01:12:31
Instruction on Zoom Breakout Rooms: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/UICcBg
Steve Sakasitz
01:26:24
Equipment purchase: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Equipment+Recommendations+-+Online+and+Blended+Teaching
Aliana Lungu
01:26:40
Thank you!
Cristina Koorie
01:32:49
I have to head out! — Thank you everyone!
Hyunok Choi
01:34:17
Thank you! This session answered a lot of my questions!