Video production with teleprompter

If you already have a script, we can use the teleprompter to aid you in the delivery of your presentation. It make you videos look

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DIY Screen capture

The fastest way to create videos for teaching is DIY production.

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Online feedback: the need for student response and action

Professor David Carless shares some provocative thoughts on online feedback processes, feedback designs and the challenge of timing.

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How to Start a Webex Meeting (Personal Account)

Cisco Webex Meetings makes hosting an online meeting easy. You can schedule a meeting in advance or start one right away. You can sign-up a

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Dialogic Teaching: Developing Effective Online Pedagogy for Productive Dialogue

This blog is based on the sharing of a group of colleagues working on a project on Dialogic Teaching. With online teaching, we take the

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Online Moodle Discussion Combined with Zoom Teaching

An example of combined on-line discussion (asynchronous) with zoom interactive teaching (synchronous) approaches.

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Guidelines for Facilitating Online Discussion

All student groups will engage in discussion of the materials posted on Moodle

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Use of Zoom for Faculty meetings and events

Recently there are quite a number of news reports on security concerns with Zoom. Our own e-learning team has sent an email to all staff

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Nearpod and Preparing Students with Knowledge and Skills for Future Teaching

In this Zoom class example, PGDE pre-service teachers were asked to apply their understanding of Special Education Needs (SEN) using designed activities in Nearpod, a

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Google Slides for Collaborative Writing and Video Watching

Videos are useful resources in online teaching. However, students might be easily distracted when viewing videos posted on Moodle at home or even during teacher

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