As a speaker and student teaching and learning on Zoom currently, one important tip I have for an audience is to be animated with your feedback.
Nod, smile, give a thumbs up. It helps the speaker know you are engaged and actively listening to the lecture.
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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.
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I teach a live online R course through Zoom; I share my screen & lecture/live code as I would in an in-person format. I've posted a list of tips & tricks around teaching via live webinars; not specific to coding, but still applicable!