To help university faculty transition to remote instruction, this webpage provides operational suggestions on e-learning (asynchronous and synchronous distance learning).
Asynchronous Distance Teaching (EverCam/MS Powerpoint 2019)
Asynchronous distance learning involves students working with online curricular materials on their own time, under the guidance of a teacher. The teacher and students are separated in time and space and are, therefore, geographically and temporally independent and diverse. In our case, teachers can use EverCam or MS Powerpoint to record their lectures. And the new I'm@TMU platform support more video file format than My2TMU, such as EverCam 9.0 project(*.ecm) and other video files(*.mp4, *.wmv, *.m2ts), thus teachers can directly upload their video files without converting.
Teachers can easily record their lectures by using Evercam, including screen recording and using webcam to record talking heads.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2019 (for Windows&Mac)
Synchronous Distance Teaching(Google Meet)
Synchronous means that the teacher and the student interact with each other in "real-time." Teachers can move their classes online by using something live, such as Google Meet or Zoom. Synchronous distance learning requires a steady, high-quality Internet environment as well as a good Internet connection on the student’s side.
Through February 1st, 2022, TMU staffs can use GWS for Education Plus service. This service is available to teachers who log in with the TMU account(Tmail). Please be aware that students in China can’t use Google Meet because of China’s restrictions on the Internet.
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