UMS Faculty Focus Blog

UMS Faculty Focus

The UMS Faculty Focus blog publishes articles on effective teaching strategies for technology-enhanced, classroom, online, blended, or flipped learning experiences.  Faculty e-Learning Grant recipients and other UMS faculty are welcome to contribute. Please contact the UC Faculty Development Center if you are interested in writing an article for UMS Faculty Focus at uc-fdc@maine.edu

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Entries with tag online video conferencing .

Students' Perceptions of a Synchronous Conference with their Instructor During an Online Asynchronous Course

Hello Everyone, Earlier in the Spring 2018 semester I incorporated an assignment into one of my fully online asynchronous courses that required students to engage in a one-on-one synchronous conversation with me via the Zoom videoconferencing tool, Google Hangouts, or by telephone.  I kept the conversation short (15 minutes). The syllabus language I used for...
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