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  2. Moodle faculty contacts

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/faculty-contacts
    3 Mar 2021: For more specific Faculty templates and guidelines, contact your faculty Educational Designer or Moodle admin team. Faculty/team name. Contact email. Contact number(s). Arts. Arts-Moodle@monash.edu. 990 24577 (Andrew Williams). Arts, Design and
  3. Communication in MS Teams

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/teams/teams
    1 Mar 2021: This guide explores various modes of communication integrated into Microsoft Teams. The choice of mode will depend on many factors including class size, desired outcome, and technical confidence. For effective communication, it is important to set
  4. Recording a Zoom meeting

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/zoom/recording-zoom
    5 Nov 2020: Zoom provides the ability to record a meeting. There are multiple benefits to recording a Zoom meeting. As a host you can record the meeting with students and share it with them for future review. You can also use Zoom as a video creation tool to
  5. Online moderation

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/user-guides/online-moderation
    1 Mar 2021: You are here:. Online moderation. During synchronous online sessions, moderation on the online platform ensures engagement with the online audience. The role of an online facilitator or moderator helps bridge the in-room proceedings and the online
  6. OnTask

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/user-guides/ontask
    5 Mar 2021: OnTask is being piloted in Semester 1, 2020. Access to the platform is limited, expressions of interest have now closed. If you have been registered for the pilot but do not currently have an account, contact MEI@monash.edu. OnTask is a platform
  7. Hybrid-Concurrent Room technology

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/user-guides/hybrid-technology
    4 Mar 2021: You are here:. Hybrid-Concurrent Room technology. Hybrid-concurrent teaching is a mixed mode where some students will be present with you in the room while others join remotely. This guide will support your use of technology in the space for this
  8. Running a Zoom meeting

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/zoom/running-a-zoom-meeting
    22 Feb 2021: You can start a Zoom meeting immediately at anytime or schedule a meeting to begin at a specified time. For more information about scheduling a meeting in advance, see the setting up a scheduled Zoom Meeting guide. This guide will cover the steps to
  9. Setting up Moodle Gradebook

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/gradebook
    24 Aug 2020: Moodle Gradebook is a valuable function of the Moodle platform and should be set up prior to the commencement of a unit. Each unit has its own Gradebook and all activities within the unit (e.g. assignments, quizzes) will automatically appear in your
  10. Hybrid-Concurrent teaching activities

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/user-guides/hyrbrid-teaching-activities
    1 Mar 2021: You are here:. Hybrid-Concurrent teaching activities. Hybrid teaching usually combines face-to-face and online teaching into one cohesive experience. At Monash, there are a few models of hybrid teaching that are being scheduled: concurrent, parallel
  11. H5P (Moodle activity)

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/h5p
    11 Feb 2021: H5P activities allow. s. you to create a range of interactive content that can be embedded directly in Moodle, for example a 'Test your understanding' quiz within a book or lesson, or an information accordion within a label. There are two different