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  • Combining campus-based lecture with Zoom (webstreaming)

    How can you both practically and pedagogically handle teaching opportunities where some students are on campus and others at a distance? Here is documentation (film and presentation) of this autumn's first Lunch 'n' Learn in English from E-learning.

  • Teacher stories: "From laboratory room to virtual lab" (SWE)

    Ramis Örlü tells about how he carried out the laboratory work with the students at a distance, using short films in combination with quizzes in Canvas and question and answer sessions in Zoom to engage and interact with the students. Here you find the documentation, film and link to the presentation from the webinar (in Swedish).

  • Create professional lecture material

    A well-designed and structured presentation affects the audience's/viewer's cognitive ability to process the information, according to Richard E. Mayer, educational psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Visual communication and the use of visual materials are also a kind of shortcut to deep learning. How can you utilize these principles when designing your lecture material? That's what this webinar is about.

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