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  2. 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
  3. Setting up Moodle Gradebook

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/gradebook
    24 Aug 2020: Guides. Search. 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
  4. Setting up a scheduled Zoom meeting

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/zoom/scheduled-zoom
    27 Aug 2020: You can schedule a Zoom meeting to begin at a specified time or start the meeting instantly. For more information about starting an instant meeting, see the running a Zoom Meeting guide. This guide will cover the steps to schedule a Zoom meeting.
  5. In-class polling tools

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/user-guides/polling-tools
    11 Jan 2021: Guides. Search. You are here:. In-class polling tools. In-class polling can be a great way of increasing student participation. Monash offers two enterprise in-class polling solutions. Both options enable educators to connect with any size cohort
  6. Files and Apps in MS Teams

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/teams/files-and-apps
    8 Jun 2020: Teams lets you access files from cloud storage and share files in Channels. You can also add files as tabs in the channels for students to access more easily. By default, Microsoft Teams, your Downloads and OneDrive are included in the Files app. It
  7. Hurdles in Moodle Gradebook

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/hurdles
    1 Oct 2020: Guides. Search. A hurdle is a compulsory requirement that students must meet to be able to pass the unit. Moodle allows you to set up two types of hurdles for units with a Standard schema in Moodle Gradebook: Threshold or Competency. An assessment
  8. H5P (Moodle activity)

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/h5p
    16 Dec 2020: Guides. Search. 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
  9. Forum assessment

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/forum-assessment
    16 Dec 2020: Guides. Search. You are here:. Forum assessment. Forums may be used as an assessment tool in a variety of ways depending on the learning outcome and the assessment criteria. Discussion boards may be used throughout the unit where students’
  10. Assignments (Moodle activity)

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/moodle-userguides/assignments
    16 Dec 2020: Guides. Search. Assignments can be used to assess and provide feedback for many types of student work including individual or group submissions, in-class work, online and/or file submissions. You can also set up group assignments and enable Turnitin,
  11. Panopto videos (sessions)

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/teaching-resources/search/userguides/sessions-using-panopto
    5 Nov 2020: Guides. Search. Panopto videos, referred to as sessions, are composed of one or more streams, which may include video, powerpoint slides, screen capture, etc. You can add interactions to the session, such as quizzes and web links. This guide covers