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Please click a link below to see frequently asked questions about each type of educational technology!
Covenant Seminary's platform for meeting with students online in real time.
Can I take a different approach than one of the three listed?
What is the attendance policy?
Who will set up my virtual attendance roster?
What are we requiring students to do each week that is new?
You will have sent them the note immediately below. As you can see, this will be a very simple way for students to demonstrate they have attended and/or watched the relevant sessions. There is nothing for you to do except review what they have written, the benefits of which will also be giving you feedback on what students are walking away with from each session. (To see their comments, you will go to the Discussions tab in Canvas, and click on the Discussion for the relevant class date).
After you have viewed the lecture and participated in the Zoom session, mark that you did so in the online attendance roster (to do this, please click on the Attendance Document under Modules on your class’s Canvas site. You may need to click “Authorize” to gain access. Then, record your name under the appropriate class date). Then, in the Discussion Forum on Canvas, write 2-3 key takeaways you had or questions you were left with. It is best to write these immediately after viewing the lecture. They must be submitted within one week of the regularly scheduled class meeting time.
How do I use Zoom?
How do I use Calendly?
How do I use Canvas?
Can I meet with students on/off campus?
Can students organize to watch lectures together?
How does a part-time instructor schedule office hours?
Covenant Seminary's learning management system. This is where your course site is housed. You can share files with students, send announcements to your class, email students individually, etc.
Covenant Seminary's platform for recording videos for students and for recording and/or livestreaming lectures from the classroom.
Covenant Seminary's scheduling software used by full-time faculty and some staff.
I'm having computer problems, who do I contact?
Can I work in my office?
Do I need to tell anyone if I'm on campus?