John Rinnert firstname.lastname@example.org 864-2603 The Evo and Devo of Presenting Online or…a bunch of ideas, some of which might work for you
What we Hope/think/know we know “Ultimate effectiveness…does not depend on how ‘high end’ the solution is, but rather, how it meets instructional needs” When students are held accountable for content online, instructors free up class time for active learning (discussions, interactive exercises) Personalizing online content is viewed positively by students Being able to access content online is “valuable to coursework, especially during the revision process and when they need to review a concept” Posting content online has not proven to cause a noticeable impact on class attendance
What’s the goal? In simple terms, pursue solutions and media which allow students to increase preparation before a class session… …and assist with retention after class… …and (most importantly?) facilitate engagement with the content in meaningful ways Profit!
Breakdown of Three Sharing tools PowerPoint beyond posting a PPT file Screen Capture active desktop or workspace Short Video Sequences providing examples, tutorials, etc
Powerpoint strategies The inefficiency of posting PPT files – convenient for you, but might be a pain for student Advantages to uploading “view-only” version Posting PDF Handouts Before class / after? Notes included? Student/GTA’s notes?
Presentation as a slide show Slideshare Google Docs Windows Live