Peer2Peer Series on Teaching & Technology: Using Zoom for Virtual Synchronous Class Sessions

Wednesday, March 28 from 2-3 in Gleeson 213

Are you interested in allowing your students to periodically virtually attend your class session but aren’t sure how to get started? Have you tried but it failed miserably? Does the technology involved seem like too much of a barrier?

Join our Spring 2018 Peer2Peer ‘Using Zoom for Synchronous Class Sessions’ Workshop and learn more about how faculty members from three different schools/colleges are using Zoom to conduct virtual synchronous class sessions, with some students participating online and others in the classroom. In this workshop, you will learn tips and tricks on how to successfully lead a Zoom class session and have an opportunity to play with some of Zoom’s features.

Facilitators: David Ryan (Assistant Professor & Academic Director of Professional Communications),Davis Yee (Adjunct Professor & Special Trial Attorney, Office of Chief Counsel, IRS), Juli Maxworthy (Assistant Professor & Director of the Doctorate of Nursing Practice and Healthcare Simulation)

Link to Zoom Resources Page