2020 Presentations (Communicative Events)
Webinar #1: The basics of online student engagement and online instructor presence (Zoom version)
These are the slides from the first webinar in a webinar series to support faculty who are new to teaching online. The series was hosted by Columbia University School of Social Work's Online Campus, and was free and open to all faculty anywhere. The series was offered to support faculty moving quickly from face-to-face teaching in residential classrooms, to remote teaching online, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This first webinar covered The basics of online student engagement and online instructor presence: Engaging students using instructor webcam, chat, polling, and breakout rooms. It was held in Adobe Connect on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, 8:30-9:30pm ET. The recording is available on the Columbia Social Work YouTube channel, at https://www.youtube.com/user/columbiassw. The direct link to the recording is https://youtu.be/hEmphO3rSsg.
The recordings, resources, and info for the full series are collected here: bit.ly/CSSW_WebinarSeries_TransitioningOnline.
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- Webinar Series for Transitioning to Teaching Online
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- April 3, 2020
Thank you to Agata Dera and Taylor Eutsey for providing live support for this session.
Keywords: COVID-19, coronavirus, move to remote teaching, move to online teaching, online education, distance education, instructional continuation, educational continuity, student engagement, instructor presence, basics