Tag: teaching

“Zoombombing” and What You Can Do About It

A small number of UT faculty have reported unknown, and uninvited “guests” showing up at random in their Zoom meetings. And a small number of universities have also reported what’s now being called “Zoombombing”. The chances of this happening to

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Please disable the Panopto Video link in your Canvas course(s).

Please disable the Panopto Video link in your Canvas course(s). Instructions below. Yesterday, 3/24/2020, the University enabled a new tool called Panopto in every Canvas course. However, under the circumstances, you probably don’t have hours of free time to spend

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Open Office Hours

Do you need any help preparing for online teaching? Beginning Tuesday, 3/23, I will be available via Zoom EVERYDAY from 3 – 5 pm for Open Office Hours. If you have ANY questions about Zoom, Canvas, powerpoint, Proctorio, screencasts, or

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You need help. So, what now?

You need help. But, who do you call?   Especially now that we’re all working remotely, when you need help, it’s not always clear whom to contact. So, here are some guidelines that might help.

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Online Teaching Resources

  Given the circumstances of what’s been happening around the world within the last few weeks, it’s safe to assume that what follows on this page is subject to change. That said, this is one of the resources available to

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Online Teaching Workshop

Are you ready for classes to resume on March 30th? Are you ready to teach and conduct business completely online? All Nursing faculty and staff are invited in person or virtually to a workshop where we will explore new online

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Preparing to Teach Online

3/13/2020 To help you prepare for the likelihood that most of our classes need to be conducted online once we return from Spring Break on the 30th, here are some resources available right now as well as a few others

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Virtual Teaching and Campus Disruptions

By now, we are all aware of the public health issues affecting our campus, our city, and beyond. As this crisis continues to evolve, we will continue working to support Nursing faculty and students alike. So, as you plan your

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It’s Fall 2019!

Ready or not, the Fall semester is upon us. That means it’s time to put the finishing touches on your syllabus, get your Canvas course up and running, make sure all your slideshows are finished, and so much more. In

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Should you use the microphone? Yes!

“If our colleagues and students can’t hear in meetings or in classrooms, they can’t participate. Those of us with low hearing, a hearing impairment, or a hearing-assistive device need you to speak into the microphone so we can fully understand your words.

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