On Thursday, 16 July 2020 from 1300 to 1400 UK time a colleague of mine, Andrew Smerdon, will deliver a webinar called "Using MS Teams and OneNote to deliver lecture-style content". Due to the popularity of the prior webinar, this event is being repeated.
Event in brief
Microsoft Teams and OneNote can be combined effectively with a tablet device to deliver lecture style content to students in a way that broadly replicates traditional facilities available in lecture theatres.
This session could be of particular interest if you would typically use a whiteboard during your sessions – for example for numerical, mathematical or formula driven sessions where you would like to demonstrate techniques to students.
The webinar will last 60 minutes, inclusive of time for questions and answers. The session will cover:
- How to share presentations and other content with students during a live session;
- How OneNote can be used to share worked examples with students that might normally be delivered using a whiteboard;
- How to record your session in Microsoft Teams so that it is delivered synchronously to students who can join the meeting live, as well as asynchronously to those who cannot.
How to sign up
You can sign up at following link: https://lancaster-uk.libcal.com/event/3472112. Spaces are limited up to 250 participants. You will receive the event link 1 day prior to the event.
Dustin Hosseini, MA, FHEA | Senior Teaching Associate / Digital Education Facilitator
Lancaster University Management School
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