We've continued to update numerous resources on the Teach Remotely website. The following are the highlights from the last couple of days:
- We are adding numerous training and drop-in opportunities on the basic tools (Canvas, TechSmith, and Zoom) on our Training Page.
- VoiceThread, a really powerful discussion/annotation tool is now available in it's premium versions to all Dartmouth community members. Foreign language and visual media courses will love this. It also allows for student video recording as discussion responses.
- Our Zoom for Live Sessions Guide was updated again. This time we added features for dealing with recordings and privacy. We intentionally designed this around the Office of General Counsel guidelines that came out yesterday.
- Numerous people have been asking about using document cameras and iOS/iPad devices to present from in Zoom. We expanded an existing guide to include how to do that in your live sessions.
- We developed a guide on using Google Drive and Docs to create shared spaces for student work and other materials in your online classroom.
- We finished adding some links within the Remote Teaching guide.
- We published a blog post from Committee on Instruction Co-Chairs Lynn Patyk (Russian) and Robyn Milan (Physics) on the Credit/No Credit grading environment.
- We have an updated guide on Using Canvas for Discussions.
Adam Nemeroff, Learning Designer