Asynchronous on-line teaching

Please leave any tips and tricks on asynchronous on-line teaching here (asynchronous doesn’t require a scheduled meeting).

From Joe Pater

Here are a few hints on video course materials. Usual good advice is to keep each video short, like 5 minutes. If you are just narrating slides, there’s usually no need for the students to see you doing so, though a little bit at the beginning of the video or unit helps personalize it. This page from CUNY 2020 (thanks Brian Dillon!) provides instructions for two ways of making a video presentation: Quicktime/iMovie, or OBS, a platform-independent, open source, free piece of software for making .mp4 videos.

One comment on “Asynchronous on-line teaching
  1. Joe Pater says:

    This facebook group has a lot of ideas and tips, and the contents can be viewed even if you don’t have an account:

    Online linguistics teaching: questions, tips and tricks
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/551898862199586/

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