Zoom

UNL real-time conferencing platform

Hyflex Teaching: Using VidGrid and Zoom together

Professor David Harwood combined features of VidGrid and Zoom in order to meet the course learning objectives in this flexible hybrid course design.

Active Learning Online: Leveraging Zoom Breakout Rooms for Peer Instruction

Think-Pair-Share is an active learning strategy providing students time and structure for thinking about a particular topic.

Fostering Engagement and Community

In an online course, it is easy for students to feel isolated. They are, in most cases, physically isolated from their peers, so intentional community-building is necessary to help counter feelings of remoteness.

Integrating Technology

Knute Broady Collection: Ideas for Integrating Technology.

Scheduling face-to-face & online sessions using Canvas Scheduler

Instructors need a good way to know who will be online or in the classroom. One tool that addresses this problem rather neatly is the Canvas Calendar.

Classroom Technology Tips

For instructors using the General Purpose (GP) Classrooms for teaching this semester. We have a few tips for getting most out of classroom technology.

Active Learning Online: Peer Instruction using Group Exams

Use peer instruction to squeeze extra learning out of your exam by making students take it twice. Once on their own (90%), then again with a team (10%).

Zoom Office Hours and Zoom Student Meeting Space

David Harwood designed his geosciences course to provide relevant content for both in-person and online learners.