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Setting Course Goals & Reworking Course Objectives in a Fully Remote or Blended Course: Focus on Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences - Shared screen with gallery view
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
08:12
Hi everyone! Welcome — we’ll get started in a minute.
jainam sheth
08:18
https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-fall-2020-workshops
jainam sheth
08:26
link for upcoming events
Steve Sakasitz
13:01
Link to Pre Read Materials for this session -https://wke.lt/w/s/5RK1PD
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
17:10
https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-for-fall-202
Heather Flyte
17:43
Missing the end 0 on this link.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
18:04
Good catch! Sorry about that https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-for-fall-2020
Ashley Murphy
36:56
… students will be able to evaluate the credibility of online resources
Michelle LeMaster
36:58
Make an argument. Support it with evidence.
Will Lowry (he/his)
37:02
Develop systems of light that reveal both human figures and dramatic action.
Bruce Whitehouse
37:13
For ANTH 320 “Global Capitalism”: students will be able to differentiate between various forms of capitalist organization
James Dearden
37:17
Construct a game analyzing strategic interaction among people.
Heibatollah Sami
37:17
a lease transaction and determine how to account for it
Luis Brunstein
37:20
Develop a critical discussion of monetary policy
Kate Arrington
37:22
By the end of the semester, you will be able to apply principles from specific areas of cognitive psychology to real world application domains.
Heather Simoneau
37:40
students will be able to write a business report that is professional in tone and makes a compelling argument
David Casagrande
37:48
you will be able to use cultural relativism to explain why economic interventions developed in the US may not work in other cultures
Joseph Manzo
37:51
Read and understand financial statements.
Lucy Napper
37:53
Apply theories of behavior change to develop a health intervention
Kiri Lee
38:01
Defend if somebody criticize how international students or students from other regions speak. (Linguistics)
Nitzan Lebovic
38:04
Evaluate the collection and organization of data (facts) in a critical manner
Heibatollah Sami
38:08
Analyze a lease transaction and determine how to account for it.
Nancy Broadbent
38:09
apply specific aspects of business law to real-world business issues
Keya Williams
38:25
Create and implement a holistic personal wellness plan
Constance Cook
38:35
read lengthy texts written during or about earlier times to create critical arguments and write them out.
Barbara Malt
39:16
Understand how knowledge representation interfaces with their own research area
Anna Chupa
39:30
Use knowledge of aperture and depth of field to capture photographs of long and short depth of field.
Mark McKenna
42:02
interpret and design movement as a language by constructing non-verbal sequences
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
52:47
We can help with Panopto!
Gregory Reihman
53:40
Some supplemental advice based on what Ed is saying: https://lts.lehigh.edu/teaching-online-step-5-instruction
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
54:15
If you would like to learn more about Perusall - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/GgS3Aw
Gregory Reihman
54:15
https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Panopto
Heather Flyte
54:41
You can also upload .epub files and assign specific chapters. Also web pages with articles as well.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
55:25
Thanks Heather! That is helpful to know!
Bruce Whitehouse
55:28
I used Perusals in my first-year seminar last fall and found it a useful way to facilitate student engagement with texts—though perhaps only in conjunction with other approaches (blogs, discussion forums etc.). I would be glad to confer with anyone wanting to know more about Perusall’s strengths & weaknesses.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
55:51
YAY — that is great, Bruce!
Michelle LeMaster
56:03
Will there be a training session for Perusall? Or is there a video I can watch? I looked at the webpage, but would like more info.
Zachary Arms
56:18
Perusall worked really well for getting my students to interact with texts—I could use the notes and reactions they took on their own time to formulate questions for class discussion when we met in person.
Luis Brunstein
56:19
Can you upload eversions of textbooks in Perusall?
Steve Sakasitz
56:22
Our librarians can also help with digital textbook agreements with Perusall
Steve Sakasitz
56:54
Luis - not upload, but Perusall can work to integrate textbooks for class use
Luis Brunstein
57:10
Thanks!!
Ashley Murphy
57:53
I'm interested in a webinar on Perusall.
Steve Sakasitz
57:57
Michelle - there is a video tutorial on Perusall coming!
Will be posted to CITL help pages
Carrie Baldwin-SoRelle
58:07
Thanks Steve - confirming that if you’re using a traditional textbook, integrating it into Perusall may require a bit longer lead time, so I suggest reaching out as soon as you have your text set
Gregory Reihman
58:12
Michelle: Here’s a site https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/GgS3Aw
Gregory Reihman
58:27
And next week’s session on “"Producing Effective Teaching Modules for Asynchronous Learners: Engaging Students and Promoting Active Learning"will discuss Perusall as well.
Gregory Reihman
59:22
The session is “"Producing Effective Teaching Modules for Asynchronous Learners: Engaging Students and Promoting Active Learning:Focus on Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences courses - Tue, July 14, 2020, 3-4:30 PM
Gregory Reihman
59:32
Registration link is here: https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-fall-2020-workshops
Gregory Reihman
01:02:48
General advice on can be found on the “Step 6: Interact with students through online course activities” page at https://lts.lehigh.edu/teaching-online-step-6-interaction
David Casagrande
01:05:00
How do we access all the information in this chat later?
julia maserjian
01:05:14
Annotation tabletsHuion Inspiroy H1060P Graphics Drawing Tablet with Tilt Response Battery-Free Stylus and 8192 Pen Pressure Sensitivity (please review compatibility) $89Wacom CTL4100 Intuos Graphics Drawing TabletSmall size model (7.9” x 6.3”) - $80(works on both PC & Mac)Wacom CTL 4100 Intuos Graphics Drawing TabletMedium size model (10.4” x 7.8”) - $200(works on both PC & Mac)Dell 24 Touch Monitor $330
James Dearden
01:06:32
I have an older model of the Wacom CTL 4100 Intuos, which I like.
James Dearden
01:07:07
I strongly suggest the 10.4” x 7.8” size.
Peggy Kane
01:08:14
David, we’ll gather all the links and resources referenced here in the chat and make them available to everyone with the session recording.
Peggy Kane
01:13:56
https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-for-fall-2020
Peggy Kane
01:14:41
Knowledge base: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Library+and+Technology+Services+Help
Peggy Kane
01:15:20
And fall workshops:https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-fall-2020-workshops
Gregory Reihman
01:16:06
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rto2HRjtzLjPyhO2ZyDWaTNg6UI5y0kGhkgwdLlijoo/edit?usp=sharing
Luis Brunstein
01:16:40
Thank you!!
Chris Rodriguez (she/her/hers)
01:16:46
Thank you!!
Kiri Lee
01:16:50
Thank you
Mark McKenna
01:17:05
Thanks!
Kate Arrington
01:17:21
I'm considering using a Team Based Learning approach online in a 15 person 300-level seminar in the fall. Are there resources available on this approach in the CITL knowledge base?
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:18:47
Here is how more about the course site forums - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/QI5G
Susan kart
01:19:04
thank you SO much everyone. Love you LTS/CITL <3
Edward Whitley
01:19:07
Here's the link to the slides I showed: https://www.canva.com/design/DAD9kii6GiE/2Za4OlHS5YYKiczleimiNA/view?utm_content=DAD9kii6GiE&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=sharebutton
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:19:21
Thanks you for coming Susan!
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:19:36
Thanks Ed
Bruce Whitehouse
01:20:45
I LOVE the Q&A forum feature in Course Site. It really prevents the typical lazy discussion forum dynamic wherein the first few contributors do all the heavy lifting.
Bobby Siegfried
01:21:20
Thank you Bruce, this is one of our top recommendations as well.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:21:55
More about how to use break out room in zoom - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/UICcBg
Peggy Kane
01:22:31
And creating interactive lectures in Zoom:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lsIvkiKe4UEfo9yGQLzQlaJK8n63A2R2/view
Gregory Reihman
01:22:58
Link broke there: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lsIvkiKe4UEfo9yGQLzQlaJK8n63A2R2/view
Gregory Reihman
01:23:05
Thanks, Peggy!
Nitzan Lebovic
01:25:16
Ed recommended Panopto for very short instructions. How about a somewhat longer ones (15-20 minutes)?
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:25:34
Using Zoom socially can be awkward as well… you always feel like you are interrupting someone.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:28:30
Google said “A TED Talk is 18 minutes long—a length that was chosen by TED organizers based both on neuroscience and strategy. They understood that 18 minutes was long enough for a speaker to flesh out an idea, but short enough that a listener could take in, digest, and understand all of the important information.”
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:29:39
How to use Panopto - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/ARbTAQ
Kate Arrington
01:35:11
Here is a team based learning online whitepaper that I have been working with: http://www.teambasedlearning.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Off-to-On_OnlineTBL_WhitePaper_ClarkEtal2018_V3.pdf
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:35:23
Thanks Kate!
Kate Arrington
01:41:25
Thanks everyone.
Nitzan Lebovic
01:41:28
Thank you Greg et al. That was very helpful!
Jenna Lay
01:41:38
Thank you! This was great
Mark McKenna
01:41:40
thanks
Mary Anne Madeira
01:41:40
THANK YOU!
Edward Whitley
01:41:41
Thanks Greg and Peggy!