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Special Session for Teaching Graduate Students Online - Shared screen with gallery view
Gregory Reihman
06:08
Beth Dolan, Deputy Provost for Deputy Provost for Graduate EducationKathleen Hutnik, Associate Dean for Graduate LifeKathy Iovine, CAS-Biological SciencesFrank Curtis, RCEAS-Industrial and Systems EngineeringSuzanne Edwards, CAS-EnglishTony DiMaggio CAS-Political ScienceGrace Caskie, COE-Counseling PsychologyTodd Watkins, BUS-Economics
Gregory Reihman
08:25
I believe this is the article Beth is referring to: https://www.scirp.org/html/9-6303963_85402.htm
Gregory Reihman
16:17
1. Convey positive attitude toward the online learning approach you are taking—this is in most cases more important than which particular approach you are taking.
Gregory Reihman
16:29
2. Clear, Timely, Consistent Communication.
Gregory Reihman
17:34
3. Pre-semester Survey: ask your students questions about past experience with online learning, with education in general; technology readiness, etc…
kathleen hutnik
25:31
I have my first haircut in 5 months and so will say goodbye. Thanks for giving ne the chance to share this information.
Suzanne Edwards
01:01:34
230! not 430!
Gregory Reihman
01:02:35
Yes, Suzanne! 2:30!
Amanda Brandone
01:13:23
I apologize that I have to run to my next meeting. Thank you, everyone! This was very helpful.
Grace Caskie
01:13:43
It's a weird cutout door in my attic office
Barbara Malt
01:14:07
YOu can teach them how to upload a virtual background to have behind them if they are not comfortable having everyone look into their living space.
Gregory Reihman
01:15:41
Another approach is grouping them and having a subset with camera-on while they are presenting, interacting in a Q&A with you. And permit the others to turn off cameras during others’ presentations, your lecture, etc.
Barbara Malt
01:17:24
Could Todd please put into chat the name. of those headphones he mentioned?
julia maserjian
01:20:26
Here are some headphone with mic. suggestions from LTS:Corded USB headset and microphone - $29Microsoft LX-3000 headset and microphone - $40Logitech USB H390 headset and microphone - $25
Suzanne Edwards
01:26:35
Is it ok for us to make the synchronous course discussions shorter than typical class time, if we’re adding other collaborative activities? I’ve been assuming that it is, but it occurs to me I should ask.
Todd Watkins
01:29:29
Barbara: my headphones are TREKZ Titanium (by Aftershock.) Inductive on the bones, rather than covering your ears.