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Teaching Lab-based Courses Remotely: A Check-in on Plans for Fall 2020 - Shared screen with gallery view
Benjamin Felzer
05:06
EES250: Terrestrial Ecosystems
Aliana Lungu
05:07
Organic Chemistry Lab
Lawrence Tartaglia
05:07
Biochemistry lab in Biological Sciences
Arkady Voloshin
05:13
ME 207, solid mechanics lab
Mark Snyder
05:14
Computational lab in Chemical Engineering
Jim Roberts
05:16
Advanced Chemistry Lab I -- a "capstone" course
Meg Kenna
05:16
Bios116 Genetics lab
Ken Kodama
05:22
i am not teaching a lab course this fall, but will probably in the spring…EES
Dmitri Vezenov
05:26
physical chemistry lab
Jack Lule
05:27
Audio and video editing lab (may not relate to this session).
Andy Ho
05:28
Intro chem lab
Susan Perry
05:31
Susan Perry: BIOE 357 Integrated Biostructural Mechanics Lab - upper level lab
Kemal Tuzla
05:45
Chemical engineering Unit Operations lab
Jerome Licini
05:59
Physics Dept: Intro Physics Lab 12, 22, Astro 8.
Meng-Sang Chew
06:03
ME 21 Mechanical Engineering Lab 1
Robert Schmidt
06:03
Bios116 Genetics Lab
Cynthia Fianu Velgus
06:06
General Chemistry, CHM30 and 31.
Greg Reihman
07:43
Masashi Watanabe (Materials Science and Engineering)Susan Perry (Bioengineering)Jim Roberts (Chemistry)Anne Meltzer (Earth and Environmental Sciences)Jerome Licini (Physics)Michael Kuchka (Biological Sciences)
Vassie Ware
07:54
BioS 118 Phage Genetics Lab; BioS 318 Advanced Phage Genetics Lab
Aliana Lungu
09:32
How many students are in MAT334?
Masashi Watanabe
20:02
Currently 12-14 students in MAT334 , fall 2020 (7-8 undergraduate students)
stephen sakasitz
30:31
Equipment for check-out: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/DMS+Equipment+and+Instructions+for+Online+and+Blended+Teaching
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
33:00
Greg mentioned getting help making videos — you can contact the DMS and borrow equipment here. https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/YYRVBw And we are working on upgrading classrooms as well with cameras.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
40:42
Here is some information on classes — and equipment in each room, https://ltsfacilities.lehigh.edu/room-search
Brian Simboli
01:02:50
Question for panelists:what have you learned during the covid period that you will apply post-covid?E.g., Can you utilize your materials (videos and documentation) in new ways?Can you decrease the prep time for classes?
Jack Lule
01:03:50
Have to leave and host a 2 p.m. meeting. Many thanks to all. Lots of great tips, insights and inspiration— even for a social scientist!
Greg Reihman
01:04:04
Thanks, Jack!
Susan Perry
01:04:11
I have a 2pm meeting to run to, but happy to continue discussions about blending delivery modes to optimize student learning and tactics for meaningful remote longer term (multi-week) projects.
Greg Reihman
01:04:18
Some resources for the group:
Greg Reihman
01:04:19
https://libraryguides.lehigh.edu/laboratory
Greg Reihman
01:04:23
https://bokcenter.harvard.edu/remote-labs
Greg Reihman
01:04:43
Online Resources for Science Laboratories (POD) - Remote Teaching : All Resources https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18iVSIeOqKjj58xcR8dYJS5rYvzZ4X1UGLWhl3brRzCM/htmlview?usp=gmail
stephen sakasitz
01:06:29
And still more resources for lab courses: https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/iAX5Bg
Greg Reihman
01:06:33
https://lts.lehigh.edu/preparing-fall-2020-workshops
Greg Reihman
01:09:37
http://help.lehigh.edu
Dmitri Vezenov
01:09:40
if paper notebooks are not a good idea, what can be an electronic alternative?
Meg Kenna
01:11:09
Have to sign off. Thanks for the good notes!
Greg Reihman
01:11:42
Here again: https://libraryguides.lehigh.edu/laboratory
Ann Fink
01:11:51
If mostly remote, an easy low-tech solution for lab notebooks = paper notebook that they keep at home, scan and upload each week to Course Site
Ann Fink
01:12:14
They can scan on their phones - you will need to set up an assignment to make sure they learn this in the first week.
Ann Fink
01:13:07
Other online lab notebook options (e.g. Brian Simboli has something on Confluence), probably appropriate for advanced, smaller labs.
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:14:03
A guide on how to collect handwritten work - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/5Qr5Bg
Greg Reihman
01:16:59
https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/display/LKB/Remote+Instruction+for+Lab+Courses
Aliana Lungu
01:17:33
The delivery of a lab course as blended vs. online only is quite different. Anyone else struggling to prepare while we are awaiting THE ANNOUNCEMENT?...
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:17:59
Here is just a link to list of tools - https://confluence.cc.lehigh.edu/x/Mic_BQ
Aliana Lungu
01:23:40
Wish I could... Organic solvents can't be sent home...:(
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:24:18
This is a list of best electronic laboratory notebooks from 2019 — https://www.labsexplorer.com/c/2019-review-of-the-best-electronic-laboratory-notebooks_197
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:24:46
I am sure those in the field would have more ideas as to which are the most useful
Greg Reihman
01:25:34
https://citl.lehigh.edu/citl-faculty-workshops-making-rapid-transition-online-teaching
stephen sakasitz
01:26:13
OneNote class notebooks: https://www.onenote.com/classnotebook - Naazer can speak better to how these are being used in MEM
Ilena Key
01:26:54
Sounds good
Holly Zakos (she, her, hers)
01:30:16
Have a 2:30 meeting — nice to see you all, and look forward to providing any help that we can.
Masashi Watanabe
01:32:25
Thank you!
Ann Fink
01:32:29
Thank you everybody, for the helpful conversation.