To support teaching staff with their online teaching activities, the TELT team has created this dedicated webpage with recommended tools for online teaching.
Lecturers of the University of Twente who need to teach online, can think of the following activities:
If you need didactical support on how to teach online, we provide helpful tips & tricks:
Before you continue, you can start by having a look at this general overview:
On the pages below, you will find more detailed information about the different online teaching activities, tools and how to use them.
1. Pre-recording a lecture
We recommend that you pre-record your lectures if two-way interaction with students is not required during your lecture. It is less complex and risky than trying to deliver a live stream, and allows staff to review their quality and edit if necessary. Because you can add subtitles to your recording, it's also a great solution for students with hearing impairments. Instructions on how to get started with recording your lecture can be found here.
2. LIVE STREAMING A LECTURE
We recommend that you use live streaming if you need to have a two-way interaction with students. With live streamed lectures, distance learners have the opportunity to experience the class just as students on campus do. Instructions on how to get started with your live stream can be found here. Be aware that the larger the group, the more difficult it is to achieve effective interaction with your students.
3. Remote Assessment
We have listed different assessment types and tools that can be used to facilitate remote assessment. More information can be found here.
4. Project and Group work
Do you want to learn how to organize project and group work online?
5. Online pedagogy
Do you need didactical support with how to teach online? We provide helpful tips & tricks on online teaching here.