There are whole reddit threads dedicated to sharing zoom links.
I was on there looking to see if there were any free zoom lectures available and what I saw was people intentionally sharing their lecturecodes.
A few requests for more so...
‘Metatarsalgia’ zoomlecture tomorrow.
Very common complaint. Challenging to treat, often misdiagnosed and mistreated.
3pm start. As before, will post the access codes here tomorrow 2-40-2.45
We’re at 340 people on the list for tomorrow’s lecture.
Zoom unfortunately only allows 100 and ive already upgraded my account.
Will be 1st come 1st serve I’m afraid. Don’t have a better way of doing it.
@ConnRooney will email tomorrow @ 2.50 with codes
My teacher asked us what we were doing to keep busy in our Zoom meeting and I said animal crossing and three people in class privately messaged me to get friend codes and now we're playing together while the lecture goes lmao
Please zoom in and marvel at the intense attention being paid by these noble policemen as my uncle delivers a lecture on gender issues at the Islamabad Police Training Centre. pic.twitter.com/xOKgzYfiOE
I've been teaching online for 19 years (!). As universities move courses online, I'm curious to see how they will help faculty develop pedagogy beyond just throwing content into an LMS or Zoomlecture. Pro tip: meaningful interaction is key.
Just finished my first remote lecture (100 students) via zoom. It went really (surprisingly..?!) smoothly. I had the students on mute. They asked questions via text (chat box). Recorded the whole lecture & will upload to them soon. #FlattenTheCurve
Leading the Revolution: What will the cities of the future look like? A Zoomlecture by #Technion alumna from the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning: Dr. Michelle Oren, head and founder of Bar Ilan Center for Smart Cities. RSVP here:
We're taking my cs234 RL class online at Stanford in the wake of covid-19. Thanks to the great participants of my interactive zoomlecture yesterday, and I'm excited for our first zoom fully remote poster session tomorrow! Pro tips for remote posters welcomed. #remotelearning
My fungal biology class is enjoying a zoomlecture on human mycoses and the problem of antifungal resistance from @mcmomany this morning, very timely, important, and thought-provoking pic.twitter.com/34Dyj45cOt