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Online Teaching Tools - Shared screen with speaker view
Larry Simmons - Core Faculty
22:13
Great point! The tyranny of "perfection" can be paralyzing. We're human beings working with other human beings. The imperfections can work to create a more interpersonal relationship among virtual learners.
John
23:33
Exporting as a video, where do you need to post this for students? Don't think you can post a video to Moodle depending on how large the video file is.
Ben Gross
23:40
The size issue is worse if you have a lot of photos in your slideshow - so if you narrate a lot, just use less photos
David Kassnoff
25:46
compress the photos and re-save the ppt before adding narration
Teach Anywhere
30:19
http://www.perusall.com
Mike Hoffman
32:02
Another option for PowerPoint is to save as a .pptx. It's a format that just allows the student to "play" the presentation and keeps the size smaller (compresses automatically). This is how I post my presentations
Connie Perkins
32:03
Do you use this resource for the whole class? Or just for certain chapters and topics?
Connie Perkins
33:37
Ok. Thanks for sharing! I like the article idea too, we use a lot of articles in nursing
Rene Hauser
37:21
Nearpod is used widely in P-12 classrooms right now when instruction is online. It is very easy to use.
Mike Hoffman
47:22
We used KAHOOT to great effect for our joint Library/IT virtual Christmas party trivia!
Ben Gross
49:10
Does Kahoot save scores for an asynchronous course?
Ben Gross
49:30
a leaderboard or something?
Anne-Claire Fisher
50:09
Socrates is also a good question/quiz app -
John
51:34
you can place this on moodle and have students take it off line?
Kristen Ryan
52:01
Are students usually connecting through their phones or laptops?
Anne-Claire Fisher
53:31
sorry socrative https://www.socrative.com/
Connie Perkins
55:39
when you say padlet- is that per lay out or person in the group?
Connie Perkins
55:59
When you said three free padlets for free
Rene Hauser
56:04
Connie, a padlet is the whole group.
Connie Perkins
56:24
ok thanks
John
56:30
would you download Padlet then upload to Moodle? How do you do that?
Kristen Ryan
57:09
Does padlet use a "code" similar to kahoot?
Sister Margaret CARNEY
57:15
Would this work well to review a short film?
Rene Hauser
58:20
Kristen, no. You would create the padlet and then send the link to the studnets.
John
59:58
I had students do intro videos and post in padlet in my MBA course.
John
01:09:27
Ann, can you type the link to the video resources (web address) in the chat room so we can copy / paste for future use.
Rene Hauser
01:10:06
https://www.sbu.edu/academics/library/faculty-resource-center/online-teaching-resources
John
01:10:20
thanks Rene'
Rene Hauser
01:10:28
:)
Anne-Claire Fisher
01:12:45
Does onedrive only work with online Microsoft? or also with outlook app?
Rene Hauser
01:12:50
Thank you Ann and everyone!
Sister Margaret CARNEY
01:13:54
Thanks for this help and kudos to our tech leasders.
Anne-Claire Fisher
01:14:12
thanks...
Kathy Zawicki
01:14:18
Thanks!
Connie Perkins
01:14:39
Thank you for the work and continued assistance!
Mike Hoffman
01:14:58
Very much appreciate everyone's interest! And a big thanks to Ann Tenglund for coordinating this and many other upcoming workshops!
Kristen Ryan
01:15:04
Thank you!
Heather McDivitt
01:15:07
This was a great help as we begin planning Spring activities! Thank you!
Kellie Gast
01:15:13
Thankyou!
Sister Margaret CARNEY
01:15:35
And, I should add---best wishes getting through this next semester. SR MC
thare
01:15:37
Yes, thank you. This has been a great training session!
Anne-Claire Fisher
01:16:13
voive thread?
Anne-Claire Fisher
01:16:22
voicethread...
John
01:16:25
Sr. Margret, good to see you. Happy New Year everyone.
Larry Simmons - Adjunct Faculty
01:18:05
Great meeting!