Here you will find recommendations, tips and help to get started with online teaching. Whether you want students to participate in real-time learning or sew together videos, resources and activities for a holistic online experience, you will find tools and procedures here.
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Video can be used in teaching in many different ways. Students often benefit more from several shorter videos than a longer recording of an entire lecture. Smaller videos are easier to build into a holistic teaching plan and can be used more flexibly afterwards.
Activities that are not pure lectures from you to students, but that initiate some activity from the participants. For example group works, collaboration and discussions. Student active learning is suitable in both syncronous and asynchronous learning situations.
- Group work in Blackboard or collaborative rooms in Blackboard Collaborate
- Group work and breakout rooms i Zoom
- Opinion exchange: Chat rooms in O365 Teams or chat rooms in Blackboard
- Collaborative writing in Office 365
- Engage the class with for example Mentimeter
- Padlet is an interactive whiteboard where teachers and students can collaborate in real time creating, discussing and organizing content
- Engage the class with Kahoot (free access premium)
Recommended - official NTNU-tools with support
Alternative - good tools, but without NTNU support
- Record feedback to students in Blackboard
- Record video feedback showing the student's work and can comment in Panopto
- Written feedback in Blackboard
- Assessment of student work in Blackboard
- Video tutorials (meeting) with one or more students in Zoom
- Tasks, tests, assignments and surveys in Blackboard
Several of the tools NTNU offers for online teaching also provide the opportunity to make recordings.
When recording the teaching, you must follow requirements and rules related to privacy and processing of personal data in online teaching.
When streaming teaching, it is voluntary for the student to participate with image and sound, and the student can control this. You do not need to obtain consent, as this is defined as a general interest, cf. Act relating to universities and university colleges.
NTNU offer a multitude of tools to enable lectures from your own workplace or home office.
- Tools and methods for teaching from your workplace or home office.
- Recommendations on equipment, ergonomics, safety and how to connect to the Internet while working from home.