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2020-06-05 Digital Solutions for Remote Teaching and Work (09:00-17:00) (CANCELLED)

Digital solutions and techniques for remote teaching and work.

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About Digital Solutions for Remote Teaching and Work
Digital Solutions for Remote Teaching and Work

Remote teaching and work are an essential part of employments in the higher education and research sector. This peer oriented workshop reviews digitial solutions available with hands-on applications and best practices. It is a highlight collection from our Forum on Digital Solutions for Remote Teaching and Work. 

Also in a classroom setting with corona virus measures remote techniques are relevant as close contact is to be avoided.

Objectives (preliminary)
  • Solutions and best practices for online meetings and lecturing
  • Lecturing with Zoom including best practises for takeover of paticipants' keyboards
  • Podcasts with smart phones 
  • Remote assessment solutions and best practices 
  • Jupyter Notebooks
Target group
  • People teaching and working in higher education and research institutions.
Prerequisites 
  • None. Participants must connect via Zoom
Methods
  • Short presentations, hands-on tutorials and peer exchange. 
Practical information (time, location ...)
Time : Friday 2020-06-05 from 09:00 to 17:00 
Location :  online
URL :  https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/98167438967?pwd=Rm8wWDVnOEZwbFluWkJCczNYYWtIUT09

Language: English
Participants : Max 99
Registration : Via Ilias (above)
Responsible : PD Dr. Sigve Haug (ScITS)
Schedule
  • 09:00 Welcome
  • 09:15 Solutions for online meetings and lecturing
  • 09:45 Discussion
  • 10:00 Lecturing with Zoom 
  • 10:30 Break
  • 11:00 Hands-on lecture tutorial
  • 12:00 Hands-on podcast with smart phone tutorial 
  • 12:30 Break
  • 13:30 Remote Assessment Solutions
  • 14:00 Discussion
  • 14:30 Teaching with Jupyter Notenbooks
  • 15:00 Break
  • 15:30 Jupyter hands-on tutorial
  • 17:00 End
About ScITS
The Science IT Support is there to support your data intensive research and teaching challenges. It is an initative supported by the Faculty of Science and the Mathematical Institute.

Our wepgabe is scits.math.unibe.ch.