Synchronous and Asynchronous: Using Kaltura and Zoom in Canvas
In this session, we will discuss using Zoom and Kaltura in support of synchronous and asynchronous teaching. Participants will learn strategies for creating a secure, engaging, and flexible learning environment, and become aware of considerations and limitations that might impact students.
This is one in a series of six Teaching [email protected] webinars designed to introduce instructors to effective online teaching and assist them in Getting Started with Online Teaching
- Getting Started with Teaching Online (ATSS)
- Supporting Learning Online: Building Community and Maintaining Motivation (CEI)
- Synchronous and Asynchronous: Using Kaltura and Zoom in Canvas (ATSS)
- Facilitating Student Engagement in Synchronous Zoom Sessions (CEI)
- Creating (or Revising) Online Assessments (ATSS)
- Be Present Online: Communication With Students (CEI)
- Understand how to set up and secure your synchronous Zoom session
- Understand the video recording tools available and be able to choose the best tool for your recording purposes
- Kaltura Webcam from browser
- Kaltura Capture
- Understand the media curation options available and how to optimize
Who Should Attend
Instructors of all levels such as faculty, adjuncts, graduate instructors, graduate TAs, community faculty who are, or will be, teaching a course and are interested in using Canvas, Kaltura, Zoom, or other technology tools for teaching online.
A basic familiarity with Canvas is recommended. Instructors new to Canvas should watch the Canvas Essentials recorded webinar prior to the workshop.
Current Term Sessions
- Feb. 9, 2021 - Feb. 9, 2021