Follow Up Friday

June 3, 2022

Follow Up Friday: from the archives, ICYMI, & upcoming events

From the Archives:

You likely know how to launch or join a Zoom meeting. But if you were wondering how to take your Zoom knowledge to the next level, then we recommend starting with a comprehensive overview. Check out “Zoom to Infinity and Beyond,” an archived 30-minute training by our Learning Technology Administrator David Bassett. David provides an excellent walkthrough on the basics and he will clue you into some tips and tricks you may not have known about. For more on Zoom and its features, check out the Quick Hit workshop on Zoom features linked below.


Quick Hits: Zoom Features

Zoom has proven to be a great tool for remote learning. Many of Zoom’s features however go unnoticed by many. Zoom meetings have polling capabilities, breakout rooms, chatting, etc. Video this recording to learn about the Zoom features that you may want to incorporate into your online instruction. We demonstrate these features, and how to implement them in your Zoom settings. Facilitated by Clemson Online’s Learning Technology Specialist, Gray Jackson.

Originally recorded on 06.02.22

Watch the recording in Kaltura.

Upcoming Live Training Sessions:

  • 6/16 – Quick Hits: Getting Started with Accessibility

    • This Quick Hits session is for faculty who are interested in beginning to make accessibility improvements to their courses.
    • In 20 minutes, you will learn what accessibility means and how to start designing accessible content with the help of accessibility checkers.
    • We will also briefly cover Canvas’ accessibility features, extending time on exams, and support options available at Clemson.
    • Facilitated by Michelle Tuten, Clemson Online Accessibility Coordinator, who brings eight years of digital accessibility experience. Pronouns: she/her/hers
    • Register for Thursday, June 16th from 3:30-4 PM.
  • 6/22 – Workshop Wednesday: Avoiding Burnout Using Course Design

    • This Workshop Wednesday focuses on specific and actionable course design strategies that can help faculty avoid becoming overwhelmed, which leads to burnout.
    • Rather than focusing solely on personal strategies for dealing with chronic stress, this workshop delves into specific teaching strategies and course design steps faculty can use to make their teaching work for them and their students.
    • This workshop is for anyone teaching who is either using online learning tools (such as Canvas) to supplement their course, or teaching classes that are fully online.
    • Facilitated by James Butler, Clemson Online Digital Learning Strategist.
    • Register for Wednesday, June 22nd from 1:30-2:15 PM.

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