We understand it’s something of a new challenge to provide a similar learning experience for both F2F and online students. There are some ways to make both groups interact better with each other and with the teacher and we hope that this message helps you to decide on the arrangements most suitable to your own classes for the coming semester.Please note that students have been told that they are not obliged to come to campus for classes if they do not feel comfortable with F2F classes yet, and we still have students overseas who will be depending on online teaching.
There is no doubt that online teaching will be very much part of our work. We all appreciate the chance to exchange ideas on experiences and practices of teaching online (positive and negative), and we would also like to share some of the feedback from the university staff and student surveys with you.
The COVID-19 has resulted in campus closure and forced schools and universities around the world to adopt online learning. To support teachers facing this sudden shift away from the classroom teaching, Technology-Enriched Learning Initiative (TELI) published a Quick Start Guide for teachers to prepare their e-learning materials.
If you want to create learning and teaching videos with the following features:
Off-campus (e.g. local schools, kindergartens, hospital)
Animations or motion graphic
Recording live events
Other special production requests (e.g. video cases, clinical simulation, ethnographic recording)
The e-Learning team provide expert web application development and web design services to our Faculty. We offers a variety of website design and development services, from creating mobile web development solutions and responsive website designs, to building custom teaching and learning experiences using the latest and proven web technologies.
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 better and help you connect with the audience through eye contact. It is much more easier for an average teacher (not a trained actor) to use it to help you with your presentation so you don’t have to memorizing large chunks of script.
Professor David Carless shares some provocative thoughts on online feedback processes, feedback designs and the challenge of timing.