Recording: Zoom moderator training (September 8)

Below is the recording of the Zoom moderator training. We addressed various Zoom settings and roles, and also discussed control of the pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras in university pooled classrooms. I’ve also linked to the slide deck for this presentation here. Click here to view Zoom moderator training. UDPATE: If you are trying to use the […]

Recording: Classroom Teaching Technology Virtual Brown Bag (August 20)

Our sixth virtual brown bag was held on August 20th from one of the pooled classrooms on Danforth campus. During this demonstration, Emily Boyd showed how to use the pooled classroom technology to deliver a hybrid lecture to students in-person and online simultaneously. Emily modeled the use of a tablet, a doc cam, and a […]

Upcoming CTL Zoom workshops (7/28, 7/29)

Hello, all. There are two workshops hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning that I thought might be of interest to you. These are 30-minute workshop that can supplement the innovative ways many of you are already approaching your synchronous sessions in Zoom: Tuesday, July 28th, Noon-12:30 pm: Teaching with Zoom Whiteboard and Annotation […]

Training: Screencast-o-matic and VideoPad

In addition to Kaltura, the school supports two additional video capture and editing platforms. Screencast-o-matic Screencast-o-matic is loaded in both the Lopata 400 and Jolley 421 studios. It allows you to easily capture your screen and a webcam in to a video. There are then tools that allow you to edit that video prior to […]

Training: Kaltura resources

Kaltura is WashU’s approved video content management platform. While it may not be as straightforward as Zoom for recording Powerpoint lectures or seminar-style conversations, Kaltura is a far more powerful tool overall. Once you become comfortable with it, Kaltura promises to enrich your Canvas learning environment well beyond simple lecture capture. Here are some useful […]

Training: Gradescope for assessments

In conversations with faculty who are enrolled in the McKelvey Course Migration Workshop, Jason and I noted that testing kept cropping up as an area of concern for faculty. Although this is part of a much broader discussion, one facet of an approach to ensuring academic integrity may be using GradeScope. GradeScope has a number of […]