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Summer 2020 Workshop #3: Teach Your Online Course - Shared screen
Meagan McClure
18:40
Good morning everyone, to help with the connection please turn off your video during the presentation and be sure your audio is muted
Meagan McClure
20:42
Good morning, if you are joining late, to help with the connection please turn off your video during the presentation and be sure your audio is muted. If you have any questions during the presentation, please post them here in the chat.
Angie Pellerin
21:51
ask questions to insight thoughtful discussion
Aaron Smith
21:55
clickers and occasional small group discussions (class size is 150)
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
21:59
Jigsaws, small group in-class activities, “think-pair-share”
Aaron Smith
24:23
yes
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
24:24
Yes
Christopher Coombs
28:28
looks good to me
Aaron Smith
28:33
well organized
Meagan McClure
29:21
The summer template currently does not feature Books
Meagan McClure
30:17
However, if you are interested in the use of Moodle Books you can find more information in the following GROK article https://grok.lsu.edu/Article.aspx?articleid=20032
Meagan McClure
32:23
Remember, if you have any questions at any time, feel free to share them here and I will do my best to answer them or direct them to Lynn to answer as a group
Meagan McClure
35:30
Here is a little cheat sheet on the different ways to interact and communicate with your students in an Online Learning environment https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/t9KZdmQBxLi81gcop1sMW1ru
Meagan McClure
41:08
If you have not had the chance to look at the Summer Resource Course yet, or would like to take a look after today's webinar, you can locate the course and self-enroll through the following link https://moodle3.lsu.edu/course/view.php?id=41056#section-1
Heidi Thompson
41:16
If doing a weekly review session via Zoom, suggestions for setting time that students will remember, but that won't conflict with similar sessions in other online courses? I know to record it so those who couldn't "attend" can view the session later.
Meagan McClure
43:21
We recommend that they weekly sessions are at the same time each week and hosted at the same time the course would usually take place on campus
Meagan McClure
43:56
Also, recording and sharing the session is a best practice because many students may not be able to make the live session
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
48:30
After initial discussion board posts, I sometimes mix it up by having students call one another or in groups of 3 and discuss their posts instead of writing 2 response posts.
Heidi Thompson
49:22
For peer-to-peer feedback, do the students email info to each other or is this facilitated through a certain kind of Moodle activity/resource?
Meagan McClure
51:00
It can be facilitated through forums, Zoom sessions or breakout rooms, a course chat client like Teams, or group assignments and projects.
Meagan McClure
51:28
Keep in mind that all LSU students do also have personal access to Zoom and can host their own Zoom sessions.
Aaron Smith
53:54
what would be an example of a specific Moodle function that would facilitate a discussion board, for example?
Meagan McClure
57:01
You could use a Moodle forum for general discussion and provide a prompt for students to follow, you could set up just a general conversation forum, but it is a best practice to moderate these forum activities to make sure students are interacting, participating, and following the basic rules of netiquette.
Meagan McClure
57:57
Here is a checklist to help you set up your online course, this is the document Lynn is currently discussing https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/NpS2EThV5XFEn3TB6fCjZzgE
Heidi Thompson
01:03:37
Can completion of a Moodle Questionnaire (with substantive questions) be used for the AEA activity?
Meagan McClure
01:05:59
As long as it is substantive, directly related to the course content, and can have a due date set it can serve as the AEA activity
Rosa Lazaro
01:07:44
For the AEA activity, besides the proper identification and the due date set for its proper date, is there something else that we have to do? Do a report or something similar and send it to the proper office?
Meagan McClure
01:08:01
In LSU Online courses we recommend using quizzes, forums, lessons, or Moodle assignments (file submission) because of the due date locks
Meagan McClure
01:10:00
The report is generated automatically, but more information on AEA can be found here https://online.lsu.edu/faculty/videos/financial-aid-reporting
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
01:11:44
Can you score a number in between the three options?
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
01:13:06
Thanks!
Meagan McClure
01:13:42
On a rubric you cannot. Moodle rubrics are a bit strict
Meagan McClure
01:13:56
But, you can add as many levels as needed
Meagan McClure
01:16:57
Here is the remote learning page for students from CAS https://lsu.edu/cas/onlineresources/remotetransition.php
Meagan McClure
01:17:50
And here is the Remote Learning and Support page created by LSU Online https://online.lsu.edu/learner-support/
Mindy Brooks
01:23:40
can someone recommend a way to ask questions from students in a synchronous setting and receive their answers? Similar to clicker questions that are sprinkled within the lecture.
Aaron Smith
01:25:09
i would also be very interested in this
Meagan McClure
01:28:43
These are great questions, please feel free to share any more you may have
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
01:28:52
Thank you!!
Aaron Smith
01:29:02
options for captioning videos made with powerpoint?
Meagan McClure
01:29:32
Recording through Zoom is currently the easiest way to caption
Meagan McClure
01:30:11
You can record your screen and give your presentation while recording to the cloud through Zoom and zoom will produce a transcript that you can edit after it has been generated
Heidi Thompson
01:30:14
For module resources as a Moodle book title, how do you link to the required reading from the course textbook? Meaning, student must buy a text and you want them to read from that text for a particular module. Is that part of the Moodle book or just a separate reading assignment stated somewhere other than in the module resources moodle book? Hope this makes sense.
Rosa Lazaro
01:30:36
Also, you can upload to YouTube. They have automatic closed caption and you can change the caption as needed.
Meagan McClure
01:30:36
The recording can then be shared via link with your students or downloaded and re-uploaded into Kaltura as a streaming video
Meagan McClure
01:30:59
Yes YouTube videos can be added to Moodle
Meagan McClure
01:31:45
There is a video on that in the Learn in Geaux resource
Meagan McClure
01:31:57
https://online.lsu.edu/faculty/videos/embedding-and-linking-resources-in-moodle
Heidi Thompson
01:32:36
If you have time, can you discuss use of/enabling of the auto link to other references to an uploaded resource?
Aaron Smith
01:32:46
Is a video + a transcript adequate for accessibility purposes? (or is cc necessary?)
Meagan McClure
01:35:10
Also, captions should be at lease 75% accurate in order to be compliant. However, 90% accuracy is a best practice but does require editing the captions after they have been generated.
Heidi Thompson
01:38:43
Does Zoom just provide transcript or does it also supply captions?
Meagan McClure
01:39:02
The transcript plays line by line alongside the video
Barry Aronhime
01:43:51
So you can post a link to the captioned Zoom video or do you have to download it and post the captioned video?
Heidi Thompson
01:43:52
Thanks!
Antonieta Guerrero
01:43:54
Thank you!
dlich
01:43:57
thank you!!
Dominique Garello
01:44:01
Thanks!
Isabel Matus
01:44:12
thank you
Yong-Hwan Lee
01:44:29
Thanks,
Barry Aronhime
01:44:34
Ok. Great. I can figure that out. Thank you!
Oliver "Ozzie" Crocco
01:44:37
thank you!!!
Aaron Smith
01:44:55
Thanks!