Welcome on our page to support you in creating online education for your students.
To support teaching staff with their online teaching activities, the TELT team has created this dedicated webpage with recommended educational support for online teaching. More information will be added to the webpage continuously the coming days and weeks. To make sure that we offer support that suit your needs, the TELT team is in close contact with the e-learning specialists and educational advisors of your faculty.
This page gives an overview of different blended learning activities. It does not focus on the face to face activities but gives an overview of the more common online activities. Try to familiarize yourself with them before the design phase.
This list is not exhaustive, more activities can be added (for example annotation tools, voting, assessment etc). We deliberately chose not to add names of tools here. Many different solutions are available on the market and they are subject to change.
Online learning activity:
Use this activity when:
Present the content
Video format: Micro lecture
Recorded in a professional studio, in front of a camera and a green screen. Your slides are projected next to or behind you.
Video format: Screencast
They are recorded behind a computer screen as you walk the viewer through a pre-set presentation. At the same time, your voice is recorded.
Video format: Pencast
Record whatever you write down or draw (both physically or virtually) while, in a voice-over, you narrate your actions.
Video format: Existing video
Use an existing video from the web or a colleague.
Instructional activity which requires reading.
Processing the content
Video format: Interactive video
Enrich a video so that students are required to become actively involved with the learning material.
Real-time sessions which provide space for faculty and students to replicate many elements of face-to-face instruction while online.
Digital testing / quizzes
Digitally assessing the progress of your students (during and/or at the end of the course).
Topic discussion among peers while online
Activities for more then 1 student for content processing purposes.
An activity that requires students to hand-in a piece of for content processing purposes.
Interactive play that, through a story, teaches participants goal setting, rules, adaptability, problem solving and interaction.