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On-line teaching, learning and assessment 1 (the technical aspects)

This tutorial covers the technical aspects of recording an on-line lesson. It looks at types of microphones, setting up PowerPoint, linking to external content and saving and uploading your lessons

On-line teaching, learning and assessment 2 (teaching & assessment)

This tutorial provide some tips and guidance for speaking on-line, interacting with your students, breaking lessons into 'chunks' of learning and how to assess to gauge student progress and for continuous assessment

On-line teaching, learning and assessment 3 (structuring your module(s)

The UL instructions on face to face contact time for each year. Some suggestions are offered on how to best divide your teaching time between face to face, on-line recorded lessons and on-line 'live' conferencing lessons with your students

Joining a Zoom video class or meeting

This tutorial will go through how to join another persons meeting through the link they have sent you in an e mail

Scheduling a meeting /class with Zoom
Downloading and signing up to Zoom

This takes you through downloading and joining Zoom for free

Setting up your Zoom Class and notifying your students

An overview of Zoom and it's features for tutors

Let's take a look at some of the key features in Zoom for teaching your classes

Using the breakout rooms to split your class for groupwork

Zoom has a feature to allow you to split your class into breakout 'rooms' for groupwork. You control the composition of the groups and can 'drop in' and out of each 'room' to monitor and assist in the discussions.

Using the Whiteboard in Zoom

Zoom has a 'whiteboard' function which you and your class can write or draw on during the class. You also have the ability as the tutor to block students from writing on it

Meeting/class Controls

Using the basic tools to control your on-line class

Scheduling a meeting using your Outlook calendar

Zoom has a 'whiteboard' function which you and your class can write or draw on during the class. You also have the ability as the tutor to block students from writing on it

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