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  1. 1. Housekeeping Guidelines for comfortable and clear communication on [INSERT PLATFORM]. Derek Moore Starting Time: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. Note to hosts You know your students, your class and your subject the best. You are also committed to providing your students with a clear, comfortable and safe environment for learning. These are the basics of housekeeping. This housekeeping slide-deck allows you to be pro-active when using a platform with a class. It is intended to elicit reactions from remote students about the space wherein they learn, their inner state & current tech skills. It can also be used as a discussion prompt about hybrid learning and platform use (e.g Zoom). The slidedeck is intended to serve as inspiration for future housekeeping communications. Take what is useful. Delete the unnecessary. No specific platform is highlighted. Make copies or change where necessary. Comments are also welcome.
  3. 3. Experience with software applications Troubleshooting skills Other: Skills Questions
  4. 4. How comfortable are you with using technology to complete your coursework from home? • Not comfortable at all (I need extra support) • Very comfortable (I can use tech with ease on my own) 1 52 3 4 Skills Questions
  5. 5. If asked to check for emails on a regular basis, I would struggle. Most of my communication happens via WhatsApp If asked to submit a typed document, I would battle. Most of my work is hand written. If there is a technical issue (e.g. I forgot my password), I would expect someone (tech support or teacher) to address the issue 1 2 3 Skills Questions Are any of these statements true for you?
  6. 6. I have unrestricted access to a computer with high-speed service to the internet at a convenient off campus location I have significant experience with apps and software. I am also comfortable with teaching myself how to use new tools and applications. I actively seek out information about technical issues, am able to troubleshoot and resolve my computer issues and am often asked to assist others 1 2 3 Skills Questions Are any of these statements true for you?
  7. 7. Access to computers internet speed and costs Other: Access Questions
  8. 8. Do you have to use mobile data to access the Internet at home? 1) YES 2) NO Access Questions
  9. 9. Rate the quality of your connection (wifi or data) at home. • Horrible (barely works, slow speed) • Excellent (always works, fast connection) 1 52 3 4 Access Questions
  10. 10. Time management Overwhelmed and unmotivated Work / study /life balance Concerned/anxious/depressed related to COVID-19 circumstances Other: Affective Questions
  11. 11. Struggling to adjust to remote learning? 1) YES 2) NO Affective Questions
  12. 12. How well are you managing your work with keeping up with all your classes? • Struggling with all my work (I can’t keep up and need extra support). • Managing well and keeping ahead (I can offer assistance). 1 52 3 4 Affective Questions
  13. 13. • Please MUTE yourself when entering (if you are not already muted). We want to hear you, but we also want to listen to each other. • Use CHAT to text freely with participants, panelists and hosts. We want you to have informal, back channel conversations. • Raise a HAND when responding within the conversation. We want you to be able to ask a question or respond to a panelists or hosts. MUTE CHAT HAND Housekeeping
  14. 14. Thumbs up = acknowledging understanding or ready to move on Thumbs down = need further explanation, not ready to move on Tick = agreement or acceptance Cross = disagreement or to not accept Coffee cup = need a break Housekeeping
  15. 15. When using [INSERT PLATFORM NAME], you will be expected to have: • A reliable Internet connection from which you can access emails and websites • Individual and personal access to a computing device with internet connectivity • Working knowledge of word processing, web browsers and file management • An account (username and password) that allows you access to the platform • A friend or class mate who you can call on for assistance • The help desk phone number or email address in your address book. We recommend

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