Online teaching roundtable recap

Hiroyo Saito, Director of Instructional Technology at Haverford, hosted a Roundtable Discussion on online teaching on February 2nd. Several faculty from the sciences and humanities attended and shared a lively conversation about their ideas and experiences with online teaching. Participants looked at a variety of tips and techniques for teaching online effectively during both asynchronous…

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New option for saving, editing, and sharing Zoom cloud recordings

In mid-July, IITS implemented a new feature for Zoom. Zoom cloud recordings are now automatically copied to our Panopto recording/video hosting system. Once on Panopto, you can edit, share, or delete recordings as you like. If you are using Zoom for an academic course, you can make the copy to go directly into the Panopto…

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Learning with Zoom (for Students)

Getting a Zoom Pro account Please create your Zoom account with your Haverford credentials. Go to https://haverford.zoom.us Clicking Sign in, and log in with your Haverford credentials (Note: If you already have a Zoom account, when you go to https://haverford.edu, Zoom will ask you whether you want to migrate your account to the Haverford site…

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Teaching with Zoom (for Faculty)

Haverford faculty, students, and staff can get a Pro Zoom account under the Haverford college site license with Haverford credentials. You need a zoom account to host zoom meetings (classes), but you do not need a zoom account to join zoom meetings. Therefore, your students including Bryn Mawr and Swarthmore students can join your zoom…

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