This approach allows you to have some real-time interaction with students.
You are required to record your live lecture for later access on Moodle.
You can deliver it using your own computer using Zoom.
Essential hardware: laptop/desktop computer with webcam and internal microphone.
Optional hardware: external microphone (offers best audio quality).
Alternatively, you can use a teaching venue (e.g. Lecture Theatre) at the Sassoon Road Campus with support from the Faculty’s IT and Technology Team.
During a live lecture, it is recommended that you should pause every 15 minutes or so to have some form of short activity, such as Q&A or polling using tools such as Mentimeter or Google Slides in conjunction with Zoom.
How to use Google slides for Q&A during a live Zoom lecture
How to use Mentimeter for in-class activity during a live Zoom lecture
Pre-recorded online lecture
Students appreciate pre-recorded lecture as it gives them flexibility in the pace of learning and provides an easy means for quick revision.
The Lecture Theatre at Sassoon Road with support from the Faculty’s IT and Technology Team
The E-learning Studio
Teachers are recommended to conduct an interactive session to reinforce students’ learning, such as polling, Q&A and quizzes using tools such as Mentimeter, Google slides or Kahoot. These tools can be utilised in conjunction with Zoom for online interactive sessions.
Check here for more guidelines on how to run an interactive session.
When you need to point to things during your recording/live session, use the mouse cursor (Move cursor slowly to ensure viewers can follow in the video).
It is recommended that you provide 2-3 MCQs or questions in other forms for students’ self-assessment. Check here for more guidelines on self-assessment for students.
Example for pre-recorded lecture
Please contact our E-learning Instructors for pedagogical support: