Asynchronous

Synchronous

Strategies for hosting live (synchronous) lectures

First, decide whether you need to deliver your lecture live. What purpose will a live session serve for your students? For example, having live lectures provides a schedule that can help students who struggle with task initiation to stay on track. However, given that...

Google Hangouts

There are many platforms where a lecturer can start a collaborative synchronous session anywhere anytime. For example, a lecturer might prefer to go with Skype as per his or her preference and convenience and that is alright. Likewise, a lecturer may use Viber,...

Video Conferencing Etiquette

Mute yourself when not speaking. Be on time. Ensure your technology works correctly. Use technology to fully engage remote participants. Choose proper software and hardware. Wear work-appropriate clothing. Frame the camera correctly. Have the right light. Look into...

Asynchronous

Screen Recording

You can download the “Icecream Screen Recorder” for free from this link. Once the download is complete, open it and continue the installation. At MNU, you will require IT support to do this. But on your own laptop or PC, this will start and continue normally. The...

Asynchronous Lesson Planning for Moodle

Converting a Face-to-face lesson into an Online one is usually a time consuming, arduous process. However, in this emergency situation we are looking at ways to get things done within the quickest and most hassle free way possible by making the best use of existing...