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Producing Effective Teaching Modules for Asynchronous Learners: Engaging Students and Promoting Active Learning - focus on Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences - Shared screen with gallery view
Peggy Kane
11:19
Preparing for Fall 2020: https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-for-fall-2020
Constance Cook
14:55
remote
Kate Arrington
14:55
Remote.
Heather Flyte
14:58
Remote
Mary Beth Deily
14:58
don't know
gordon bearn
14:59
remote
Barbara Malt
14:59
not sure
Susan kart
14:59
I’m remote
Valerie Taylor
15:00
remote
Luis Brunstein
15:00
Don’t know
Kiri Lee
15:00
Remote
Will Lowry
15:01
Remote
Lucy Gans
15:01
Remotely
Edward Whitley
15:03
In classroom (tentatively)
Mark McKenna
15:03
DK
Emily Pope-Obeda
15:04
don't knkow
Anna Chupa
15:04
Remote
Henri Barkey
15:05
both
Nancy Broadbent
15:06
don't know
David Casagrande
15:06
remote only
Mariana De Maio
15:06
Don’t know
Allison Mickel
15:06
hopefully remote
Ageliki Nicolopoulou
15:07
Remote
Kelly Austin
15:07
Remote
Heather Simoneau
15:07
don’t know
Lucy Napper
15:08
Remote
Michelle LeMaster
15:08
In person
Peter Lusch
15:09
Remote and in class (hybrid)
Jessecae Marsh
15:12
Remote
Sharon Friedman
15:13
remote only
Bruce Whitehouse
15:14
My FYS has been assigned a classroom for a blended format (meeting in the classroom once per week)
DongNing Wang
15:16
hybrid
Kyoko Taniguchi
15:19
remote
Valerie DeCleene
15:26
hybrid
Kiri Lee
15:29
Chairs just got the final review for mode of instructions
Barry Hulsizer
16:04
remote
Barry Hulsizer
16:30
remote
julia maserjian
18:47
Location, Lighting and Sound considerations https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=120098616
Peggy Kane
19:11
Course Framework: go.lehigh.edu/toframework
Steve Sakasitz
21:02
Perusall: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Perusall
Nancy Broadbent
22:10
law v. Equity
Bruce Whitehouse
22:12
The Ethnographic Method
Constance Cook
22:14
Time and Place: Intro to Chin Civ
Nitzan Lebovic
22:15
The 7 categories of historical thinking
Allison Mickel
22:22
Plant Domestication
Kate Arrington
22:24
Calculating a Z-score.
Peter Lusch
22:26
7 main font classifications
Michael Kramp
22:35
Soft lighting v. Hard lighting
Sharon Friedman
22:35
health images in the media
gordon bearn
22:36
lives of quiet desperaton
Michelle LeMaster
22:37
What is historiography?
Mark McKenna
22:39
What is the difference between prosaic space and poetic space? How can we use our voice and body to communicate the multiple layers of poetic text?
Will Lowry
22:39
Variable Qualities of Light
Kelly Austin
22:46
patterns in infectious disease
Paige Pagan
22:49
The lack of multicultural narratives in YA literature
Luis Brunstein
22:50
Long run determinants of real output
Lucy Napper
23:03
Introduction to Transtheoretical Model of behavior change
Anna Chupa
23:04
Camera Basics and Exposure Triad
Lucy Gans
23:06
Additive vs subtractive process in Sculpture
Barbara Malt
23:10
The dirt on researchers we will be reading for next class
David Casagrande
23:11
Hunter-Gatherers: 30 minute lecture followed by 45 minute discussion answering questions relating the reading to lecture in small groups.
Barry Hulsizer
23:23
Why philosophy?
Allison Mickel
24:22
Go and find a fruit or vegetable in their kitchen and research where it came from, and its history of domestication. Post it to discussion forum.
Barbara Malt
24:29
Google the websites of the researchers whose papers we will be reading
Kate Arrington
24:32
Work through a sample problem calculating a Z-score.
Sharon Friedman
24:37
Find a media image and example the example and its impact it might have on viewers or readers.
Lucy Napper
24:42
I would have them work in groups to apply theory to novel case studies.
Luis Brunstein
24:43
Explain why money matters or does not to affect long term economic output, employment, and growth
Kelly Austin
24:50
Ask them to explain key dimensions of vulnerability, or use data from the WHO to document trends
Peter Lusch
25:01
Find one good example of each classification in the fonts you have on your computer.
Heather Simoneau
25:01
Watch a commercial and analyze the rhetoric used in the advertisement.
Paige Pagan
25:06
I would pose the question: how many YA narratives have you read that had a protagonist who looked like or were culturally similar to yourself?
Constance Cook
25:06
discuss the influence on geography on the rise of culture
gordon bearn
25:06
how successful life might be nevertheless quiet desperation
Mark McKenna
25:27
Analyze the same poem in small groups and prepare a verbal and non verbal performance of one portion of the poem
Anna Chupa
25:33
Identify (from a list) camera parts from your camera model, set ISO for bright daylight, aperture for short depth of field
Will Lowry
25:37
For three prompts (inside a diner, at a fireworks display, at a happy memory), break down your memory/imagination of the light in terms of the variable qualities of light.
Suzanne Edwards
27:00
How do small groups work asynchronously? Channels in slack? Forums in Coursesite?
julia maserjian
28:40
slack, google meet up, forums, to name a few.
Peggy Kane
29:30
Suzanne, it likely depends on what they are working on but CS forums, slack, multiple Google apps (docs, slides, sheets, …)
Will Lowry
29:46
extra pressure here on those of us that are professional Lighting Designers...
julia maserjian
30:21
Again - Location, Lighting and Sound considerations https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=120098616.
Steve Sakasitz
36:23
Course Site Overview: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Course+Site+%28Moodle%29+-+Learning+Management+System
Beibei Dong
36:38
how to have a google form embedded in Coursesite? Thanks.
Steve Sakasitz
37:07
Flipgrid: https://info.flipgrid.com/
Steve Sakasitz
39:35
Beibei - There’s different ways to add Google Forms but if you want to embed in CS, you can grab the embed code from the share link in the form then paste it into an “HTML” block in your course.
julia maserjian
39:46
A couple of examples of Ziad’s student’s final projects - https://citl.lehigh.edu/calling-bullshit-soc-197
Suzanne Edwards
41:18
How extensive are the readings that you can connect with Perusall? Are the choices pretty broad when you are not working from a textbook?
Bruce Whitehouse
42:01
Anything you can upload as a PDF (with optical character recognition!) can conceivably be the subject of annotation through Perusall
Heather Flyte
42:16
You can upload epub files as well.
Suzanne Edwards
42:27
I thought they had to be approved/available?
Valerie Taylor
42:34
For large classes, how do you use ETAs?
Valerie Taylor
42:38
*TAs
Mary Anne Madeira
43:19
Is there any way Ziad could share that course site with us so we can explore all the resources he has there? Amazingly helpful!
Steve Sakasitz
45:10
Suzanne - digital textbooks have to be acquired through Perusall (that’s how they make their money), BUT the tool allows you to upload your own content - pdf’s docs, ePub, source code, videos, etc
Carrie Baldwin-SoRelle
46:10
Suzanne - adding onto Steve’s comment - in Perusall. It’s similar to documents you might post on Coursesite - can’t post a full textbook, but an article or potentially a book chapter could work.
Ziad Munson
54:59
Mary Anne - I'm happy to have anyone look through my Coursesite for Introduction to Sociology online course. Someone from LTS will have to give you access, I think.
Greg Reihman
56:09
Ziad—thanks for sharing! we’ll figure out a way to get it —or part of it, or a copy of part of it — available for others
Mary Anne Madeira
56:23
Thanks, Ziad! I would also be interested to hear about what tool you were using that allowed you to give feedback in 5-10 minutes.
Will Lowry
58:29
Can't hear audio - you may have to share audio separately from screen share
Greg Reihman
59:35
Getting started with Panopto: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/ARbTAQ
Greg Reihman
01:00:15
You can set up a wordpress site here: https://wordpress.lehigh.edu/
Greg Reihman
01:00:59
And tips on Wordpress: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=53904406
Suzanne Edwards
01:12:29
Bye! And thanks everyone!
Luis Brunstein
01:12:41
Thank you for a great session!!
Allison Mickel
01:13:01
Thanks everyone! Also, ICE reversed the rule on intl students!
Susan kart
01:13:33
awesome news Allison!!!
Susan kart
01:14:28
bye everyone thank you!!!
Heather Flyte
01:14:31
Great news!
Mary Anne Madeira
01:14:41
I have to leave but thank you everyone, this was extremely helpful!
Judd Hark
01:44:48
go.lehigh.edu/streaming
Judd Hark
01:47:24
Bandwidth is a challenge there as well...
Peggy Kane
01:47:26
There is a setting to ‘Share Computer Audio’ when you do a screen share in Zoom
Peggy Kane
01:48:57
LTS Knowledge Base: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/cwI_BQ
Peggy Kane
01:49:16
See Teaching, Learning, Technology tools
Peggy Kane
01:52:40
Creating accessible MS docs and PDFs: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/n4NWBg
Heather Flyte
01:55:38
Is there a way to pause a Zoom meeting just for me for a moment if my bandwidth is low?
Heather Flyte
01:56:17
I think Perusall does OCR on uploaded PDFs, right?
Mark McKenna
02:08:36
Thanks very much! Helpful! have to go.