Adapting the 7 jumps to online learning changing to online 7 jump
Groupdynamics and interaction in online sessions groupdynamics and interaction
Evaluation: you and your students evalaution
Over the last months, the O&O taskforces have offered tailored advice to several course coordinators. The lessons learned from these collaborations and previous course evaluations have been combined into this file. We hope this document can support you in designing your courses. We deliberately re-included some of the more general, previously distributed information in the file too, offering you a more complete overview of all information currently available. Hybrid_education_at_FHML7jan2021
Roadmap for support with remote teaching and learning
This Pdf helps you on how and where to find information and assistance
FHML roadmap June 2021 – Printable
FHML roadmap June 2021
Roadmap Online Education @ UM v5 (002)
Instruction videos for UM staff and Students
A quick Canvas tour for tutors
A quick Canvas tour for students
Canvas theme sessions
More on Canvas for teachers, tutors and coordinators
Showcase Canvas instruction videos
Canvas Theme Sessions: Register for mini webinars
Here’s a manual on how to run a zoom webinar at UM.
Manual WEBINAR ZOOM_DEC 2020
Webinar license ZOOM is managed by: email@example.com
Licensee of each faculty uses separate settings for Zoom Webinar.
Resources ZOOM including webinar
Normal zoom can be found in VideUM teach online UM Zoom manuals
Differences between “normal” zoom meetings (up to 300 people) and Zoom webinar for 500 people can be found in Choose your VideoConfercingTool .
In addition, Zoom provides many instructions & training https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/categories/201146643
With these two tools you can make short videos. Perfect for screencasts.
TechSmith Capture (Formerly Jing)
Windows 10 Game Bar – Windows key + G, for quick access
Maastricht university has made a list of tools and their uses to facilitate online learning for teachers and tutors.
Have a look at how you can Collaborate, Discuss, Practice, Produce, Investigate and Acquire Knowledge in an online learning environment.
These video series are designed to explain how the educational principles of Maastricht University (UM) are applied, namely that learning should be collaborative, constructive, contextual and self-directed (CCCS).
Core Principles of PBL