Planning to rely on Zoom to host synchronous class sessions and office hours in order to connect with students? The Office of eLearning has gathered tips and tricks to create a successful Zoom experience for faculty and students.
Start the fall semester off on the right foot with these tips, tricks, and tutorials.
The Office of eLearning is offering free workshops hosted by instructional technologists across the UM System as well as the Teaching for Learning Center at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Zoom cloud recordings are now automatically sent to your Panopto account. Ensure your Zoom, Canvas, and Panopto e-mail addresses match in order to take advantage of the automated process.
Each semester you plan to use the Panopto recorder, you must enable Panopto Recordings in your Canvas course.
Need to Complete Faculty Certification for Online Teaching? Enroll in UM System’s Online Teaching Certification Seminar
UMKC faculty needing to complete faculty certification for online teaching may register for the UM System’s Online Teaching Certification Seminar: Excellence in Online Teaching.
The UM System Office of eLearning offers free workshops and trainings, hosted by instructional technologists across the UM System.
Technology touches every aspect of a university and administration. Stay informed and share ideas with colleagues nationally about the use of technology to improve teaching and learning.
On Saturday, June 27, Panopto will be down for scheduled maintenance.
Zoom 5.0 has been released with upgraded security features. If you have not already done so, be sure to update to the new version.
There are times throughout the semester when faculty need to adjust student grades in a course. Canvas allows faculty to override the score reflected in the Total column by using the “Final Grade Override” feature.
Once faculty have entered grades in Canvas, they have the option of importing them to Pathway.
What if an assignment could automatically be scored as a zero if it was not completed by the due date? Here’s your chance to find out how.
Improve your online teaching with free workshops and trainings from the University of Missouri System’s Office of eLearning.
Marr Orr joins the UMKC Instructional Design & Technology team as Instructional Designer.
While university computers should be updated automatically, personal computers will need to be updated manually.
Between May 15-18, 2020, Zoom accounts will e moved to a new domain. If you have meetings during that time period, you are able to make the move early.
In addition to conducting monthly workshops, the UMKC Instructional Design & Technology team also offers a library of on-demand videos, allowing instructors to explore a topic more in-depth at any time.
With the recent pivot to remote instruction, more people are conducting meetings and classes via Zoom. How do you keep an unwanted individual from disrupting your Zoom room?
While it is not recommended instructors use proctoring services during the Covid-19 campus shutdown, there are some alternative assessments that can be utilized instead.
As you adjust to a new teaching reality, the UMKC Libraries are here and ready to continue providing uninterrupted library services in our new, online environment.
Zoom recently released an update to the default screen sharing settings for Education accounts, in an effort to increase security and privacy for meetings. While this update changed the default sharing setting to “Host Only” at the account level, hosts will still be able to allow participants to share their screen during a meeting.
As you begin to prepare your courses for summer, you may notice some pre-populated items in your course site. Many of these resources are designed to provide you quick access to support items as you begin to build your summer course.
Zoom implemented an important update to help make meetings more private and secure. The Security option enables Zoom users to more quickly take action to prevent meeting disruption.
The UM System created a new Teaching Tools Web Site for instructors who are new to the world of remote instruction as well as veteran online instructors.