Zoom conferencing Quick Start for Students

Zoom is an online, real-time video conferencing tool that has replaced Adobe Connect for use here at the University of Kentucky. For your hybrid or online class you may be expected to have a device and sufficient internet that can access a Zoom conference. The best way to tell is simply to try it out…

Zoom Conferencing Best Practices in Synchronous Class Video and Demo

Synchronous Video learning is an important part of online classes. In this two part video below, I will discuss the use of web conferencing in e-learning as well as give an intro to setting up and managing a first meeting in Zoom conferencing. Part 1: Zoom Synchronous Video Conferencing in E-learning Best Practices – E-learning Lunch…

Best Practices for Synchronous Online Discussions

Best Practices in Synchronous Virtual Classes In recent years, the increase in bandwidth and faster computer technology has created more opportunities for e-learning to include synchronous (at the same time) virtual classrooms. Some examples of Synchronous Virtual Learning: – Web Conferences (Zoom, Google Hangout, Skype) – Virtual Live Classrooms (Canvas “Big Blue Button”, Adobe Connect)…

Screen Capturing Using Zoom Conferencing Software

Zoom is a new video conferencing software toll that we are starting to use here at the University of Kentucky. It’s super easy and works across almost every platform. While it is typically used for live video conferences, here is a video where I talk about how to use it for screen capturing with a…