Guides and resources
You are not in this aloneThe School of Information has offered flipped-classroom, online learning since 2014. We have learned a lot along the way. In this blog you can find pointers about embedding videos into bCourses, how to greet a class upon arrival, and other practical advice. This related document also … [Read more...]
Allow Public Access for Videos in Google DriveStep 1: Open … [Read more...]
This is an opinionated collection of thoughts gathered and collected through 5 years of teaching online classes in several online platforms. These thoughts are built around a 15-person classroom, which is where we have the most experience. However, any of the limitations that are present in a 15 person classroom are going to be greater in a larger classroom. (I … [Read more...]
Class meetings that are conducted online provides students the opportunity to have a robust online learning experience. Not only are these meetings robust to whatever challenges the campus might be facing at the time (political unrest, wildfires, viral outbreaks), but more importantly, meeting online can be especially effective at creating small-group breakout opportunities that provide unique learning opportunities for students.