Faculty invited to participate in Zoom-based "Online Delivery Q & A with the Instructional Design Team" this Friday

Have questions related to teaching effectively online? Join TLT for a Zoom webinar this Friday.

Instructor teaching in front of a whiteboard while holding a textbook titled, "Cross-Cultural Survey Methods" by Harkness, Van de Vijver, and Mohler.

Faculty invited to participate in Zoom-based "Online Delivery Q & A with the Instructional Design Team" this Friday

Have questions related to teaching effectively online? Join TLT for a Zoom webinar this Friday.

Instructor teaching in front of a whiteboard while holding a textbook titled, "Cross-Cultural Survey Methods" by Harkness, Van de Vijver, and Mohler.

As the campus has moved to online delivery, faculty continue to have many questions related to teaching effectively as possible during this challenging time. The University Libraries’ Teaching & Learning Technology Instructional Design Team (TLT/IDT) invites all faculty to attend our informational webinar, “Online Delivery Q&A with IDT,” Friday, March 27, 2020, at 2:00 PM. At the meeting, we will briefly introduce options for teaching remotely with Zoom, cover some FAQs, and allow some time for faculty Q&A and open discussion.  Space is limited, so register in advance to attend your preferred session. If you cannot attend, the session will be recorded and shared on our website.

TLT is also offering a WebCampus Q&A session to address your most pressing questions in moving to remote instruction. It is aimed at assisting new users of WebCampus, as well as instructors who have been using it for years but want to leverage new tools during this time of remote instruction. If you cannot attend, the session will be recorded and shared on our website.

Additionally, one-hour Zoom training sessions are being held Tuesday 3/31 and 4/1 at 10:00 AM. These sessions will provide the basics you need to get started using Zoom to teach online.

For questions or more information, contact the Instructional Design Team (IDT) idt@unr.edu.

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