ITS put on a series of workshops to prepare faculty for the asynchronous and remote start to the Spring 2022 semester. Here are the workshop descriptions and a link to the recordings (available to Swarthmore community members only).
Using Zoom to teach remotely
Wednesday January 12, 2022 2:00pm-3:15pm
This workshop will cover how to deliver a remote class using Zoom including setting up a session, sharing slides, breakout rooms, recording the lecture, sharing the video with students, using an iPad or tablet as a whiteboard, and common troubleshooting tips.
“Using Zoom to teach remotely” workshop recording (Swarthmore login required)
Introduction to Moodle
Thursday January 13, 2022 10:00am-11:00am
Aimed at first-time Moodle users, this workshop will cover how to add your course materials to Moodle, manage class participants, communicate with students, and provide an overview of the different activities available to faculty.
“Introduction to Moodle” workshop recording (Swarthmore login required)
Using tablets for teaching and grading
Thursday January 13, 2022 2:00pm-3:00pm
This workshop will demonstrate how to use an iPad or drawing tablet as a digital whiteboard for remote classes, create videos to share with students, and annotate and grade assignments.
“Using tablets for teaching and grading” workshop recording (Swarthmore login required)
Interactive tools to facilitate discussion
Friday January 14, 2022 10:00am-11:00am
There are a number of services available to facilitate interaction among faculty and students when teaching a remote class. These can be used to introduce students to each other at the beginning of a semester as well as create a place for questions and discussion. We’ll provide a demonstration of the following services: Ed discussion forums, Slack chat, Panopto video assignments, Google Jamboard interactive whiteboard, Perusall collaborative document annotation, and WordPress blogs.
“Interactive tools to facilitate discussion” workshop recording (Swarthmore login required)