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Morbid Anatomy on Instagram: “On Tuesday, May 12th, join medical historian Mike Sappol for his live Zoom lecture "Queer Anatomies: Anatomical Illustration, Perverse…”
Morbid Anatomy on Instagram: “On Tuesday, May 12th, join medical historian Mike Sappol for his live Zoom lecture "Queer Anatomies: Anatomical Illustration, Perverse…”
Magnimind Academy
Extremely grateful to Rochelle Webb for giving me the opportunity to "zoom" into the lives of passionate MBA students at Loyola Marymount University, with a lecture that connects method acting and creative process.
Class on Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat
In this virtual lecture & demonstration class, you’ll get an introduction to some of the popular social media sites. You’ll learn how to create an account, connect with family and friends, and how to be safe and secure socializing online. Thursday, June 2 at 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Register at emmaclark.org/virtual-classes-events. This class will be live on Zoom and is hosted by Emma Clark Library.
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OurSeasns on Instagram: “Nothing’s as painful as 8am Zoom lectures on Friday. 😴 ✔️Link in bio to shop OurSeasns✔️ Art: @quotesbychristie #ourseasns”
OurSeasns on Instagram: “Nothing’s as painful as 8am Zoom lectures on Friday. 😴 ✔️Link in bio to shop OurSeasns✔️ Art: @quotesbychristie #ourseasns”
Magnimind Academy
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Data science
Facebook Messenger Rooms now live with free video calls for up to 50 people
Online IELTS Classes by Expert Trainer havinf 10+ years of Exp
Why Train with Study Smart? Learn Anytime! Anywhere! – You can prepare for IELTS at your own convenience through our recorded lectures, interactive lessons & practice material on our online portal. Everything Under on Roof – Our Online Portal is a one-stop shop for all Interactive Lessons, Study Material, Live &Recorded Classes, Mock Tests, Learning Resources and More! Live Online Classes – Our trainers provide Live Interactive classes through Zoom where the experience is as good as
Magnimind Academy
Data science
"I Love My Wrinkles", Said No One Ever: Botox & Fillers for Millennials
JUVA Skin & Laser Center's renowned Physician Assistant Denisse Serrano is offering a live lecture via Zoom to talk about the latest cosmetic treatments and answer your questions! Join us today at 12 noon ET. Join Zoom Meeting us04web.zoom.us/j/77031813044 Meeting ID: 770 3181 3044
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Zoom H1: Introduction
The ultra-compact H1 Handy Recorder brings new meaning to the term "portability." Small enough to slip in your pocket, it offers professional-quality stereo recording at an incredibly affordable price. Take it with you wherever you go—live concerts and band rehearsals, location video shoots, lectures and meetings—or use it to capture your musical ideas whenever inspiration strikes.
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Virtual Renaissance Art Lecture
We've moved the scheduled lecture on Renaissance Art to an online format! It will still be Tuesday, April 7 at 7pm. But it will be coming to you live on the popular & easy-to-use Zoom platform. Be sure to register at emmaclark.org/virtual-classes-events/. You'll also find simple instructions. Questions on how to use Zoom? Email techhelp@emmaclark.org. Include your library barcode number and telephone number. Jen or Bob will get back to you between the hours of 8am – 5pm, Mon - Fri.
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Laura Randazzo
Get your students excited about writing with this full-class period lesson on Unreliable Narrators. This dazzling 47-slide Prezi is a visual feast that connects students’ modern lives to the writing technique masterfully used by Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and so many others. Product includes: 47-slide Prezi lecture materials (no special software needed; if your computer can run a YouTube video, it’ll run a Prezi) An optional narrative writing assignment (if you don’t want

chem233UBCJay May 28 shared via Twitter
I should say- I’m willing to do do this if asked though. I really want to showcase what we (faculty) can do remotely. I’m teaching 450 students right now, full on, two-stage Zoom exams, tablet computer live pencast lectures. As Karen demonstrates, this isn’t just watching videos

AoTGroningen 2 hours ago shared via Twitter
Virtual zoom pub open to everyone during our live transmission of Astronomy on Tap. Come and join us on Monday 1st of June 20:00 CET to watch together lectures and to participate in our pub quiz. Everybody welcome!

MortePhoto May 28 shared via Twitter
I don't have internet capacity to watch zoom lectures live at present. Annoying, as there have been so many great talks, such as Tantalising Traces: Piecing Together the Unpublished Pan Grave cemetery in Armant, Egypt by Dr Aaron de Souza

mackymoo May 22 shared via Twitter
I recorded short lectures ahead of time and ran daily discussions in Slack. An on-campus scavenger hunt became a mapping exercise that spanned the country. I had gracious guests from campus zoom in to talk about sustainability and to give a live tour of the data center.

taddallas May 26 shared via Twitter
What I'm grappling with is to a) record lectures or b) do live lecture. I might opt for recorded lectures, with a zoom meeting during class (maybe just once a week?) to discuss the material and do some live exercises. (upper-level ug/g course heavy on comp. stuff). You a or b?

SilvieFisch May 22
I‘m enjoying the lectures but find the format difficult. Too little time for big themes, and one person can’t possibly deal with all the questions in 15mins. Why not use Zoom or similar and have a longer live discussion?

Ow ban. 🙄 I hate doing zoom lectures. I need a live audience 😋

aaronmdesouza May 28
Glad you enjoyed it! And I agree that while it’s not the same as live lectures (even via Zoom), it was really great to reach such a wide audience, and to continue do to so long after the event ☺️

mihai_zzz May 23
I went the asynchronous route with live office hours. My plan for the fall is to flip the class entirely — have a students interact with the asynchronous lectures already created and use class time (either face to face or over Zoom) to discuss and further explore the material.

KentonBrice May 28
i started a MS Team for the class and we interacted there on a conversational basis about course work, etc. i had video lectures and then had live zoom Q&A sessions each week. i also switched some of the assessments to group projects with bi weekly checkins for the groups.

1. If you can, pre-record your lectures but don’t rely on these pre-recordings; students prefer a live experience. 2. If you can, open your Zoom meetings 15 minutes before each class and invite people to come early to chat and ask questions. (not me in this picture either) 2/n

OpenProctor May 25
What's not simple? You buy soup, there's a fly in it, you YELP 1 star. You pay for course, it is poorly delivered, you leave a nasty feedback. It doesn't matter if people make mistakes. Fly in a soup is as much of fiasco as live zoom lectures & remote proctoring. 1/N

I swear I wish my professors were doing zoom calls or actual "live" lectures. I miss that.

EcoEvoEvoEco 23 hours ago
"Zoom zoom zoom: Some do's and don'ts of virtual lectures" We live a Zoom world now. Here is some advice for Zooming (or Teams or BlueJeans or whatever). Written by with advice and suggestions from many others.

toysdream May 26
...rather than live lectures/chat/critiques. Interestingly, when they had to shift their in-person classes to online, it seems most of the instructors started running Zoom sessions (or equivalent) rather than using the school's message-board architecture.

How exactly are the people doing the labor of teaching undergrads (graduate student TAs, adjuncts, and tenure-track professors) supposed to be paid? You state this as if you're paying $50K for youtube videos, rather than live Zoom lectures and discussions that you participate in

joe_shipman May 27
I’ll need to think about that. Would have to decide between canned lessons that can be randomly accessed, or a live Zoom-style course. Lots more preparation required for an online class than for delivering lectures in a real life classroom.

VictorOcampo May 23
Depends on the event. Try Instagram or FB live for social events. For lectures, I'm afraid it's hard to best Zoom.

SafdarAlam May 22
Zoom is ok. I aim to do a combinatiom of saved video courses mixed with live lectures iA.

lahiruDar May 25
Never done a zoom lecture tbh. Yeah live lectures are quite better I suppose.

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