Remote Teaching Resources

^these should be your primary sources of information for tools regarding online teaching^


Other links of interest

UCOP Zoom Best Practices

Free video captioning writeup

COVID-19 FAQ on Educational Continuity

EdTech Resources

UC San Diego Zoom - Video and Web Conferencing

  • before using Zoom for lecturing, please verify that your account is licensed (log in to ucsd.zoom.us and check the "User Type" - should be "Licensed")
  • If it is not licensed, please request a Zoom Pro account from servicedesk@ucsd.edu
  • SSCF IT has put together some great walkthroughs on using Zoom and integrating it with Canvas
  • NOTE: We have had reports from some of our clients, that they are falling victim to Zoom Bombing. This is where someone who was not invited to your Zoom Meeting obtains a copy of your Zoom link or Personal Meeting ID (PMI) and then chooses to join your Zoom Meeting in order to maliciously interrupt you and your participants. Please go here to learn about ways to prevent this from happening to you.
  • NOTE: As of March 26th, the screen sharing settings within your account have automatically defaulted to “Only Host”. This setting gives hosts sole permission to share content within their meetings by default.

Qualcomm Institute - free use of studio and video expertise for JSOE Faculty

Will Styler - Resources for Faculty moving to Online Teaching

Google Meet

Please remember to do a test run and make sure that the tool meets your needs

on the hardware and software you plan to use!

Replacing chalkboard/whiteboard when delivering lectures online:

Hardware

  • iPad Pro or iPad or a recent generation that works with an Apple Pencil
  • Microsoft Surface, with Surface Pen
  • Laptops or other tablets that have a Touchscreen, along with a stylus for writing with (stylus must be compatible with hardware and OS running on laptop/tablet)
  • (hasn't been fully tested yet) HUE Document Camera - camera that can capture writing on paper, or view something on your desk that you're wanting to show

Software for digital whiteboard

  • Zoom - has built-in whiteboard option, may need to join Zoom on the hardware device, separately from the computer you're delivering the lecture on
  • Google Jamboard (for Chrome, or Android devices)
  • Goodnotes 4 or 5

Pre-recorded videos / tutorials:

Video Capture Software

  • Kaltura - embedded into Canvas
  • Zoom - you can start a meeting and either share video from your camera or share your screen. Sessions can also be recorded and saved. Students can connect without a Zoom account (Guest).

Video Editing Software

  • Kaltura - embedded into Canvas
  • Youtube does have light editing capabilities if part of your plan includes publishing to Youtube
  • Paid - Adobe Premiere or Rush (can get educational discount)
  • Paid - Filmora (can get educational discount)
  • Mac free editor - iMovie
  • Windows free editor - Microsoft Photos has Video Editor
  • Windows free editor - for 60sec or less videos - Microsoft Movie Moments

Cameras

  • Logitech Web Cam - Bookstore has several models to choose from
  • Integrated cameras in your laptop/desktop/tablet devices
  • (hasn't been fully tested yet) HUE Document Camera - camera that can capture writing on paper, or view something on the desk that you're wanting to show

Qualcomm Institute - free use of studio and video expertise for JSOE Faculty

av@calit2.net

QI's leadership is committed to help wherever we can during this crisis, so our media production team is offering free use of our studio and our video expertise to any JSOE faculty members that require assistance converting their classes for online delivery. We can also assist with onsite live streaming or the video production needs of Departmental staff.

Thanks,

Hector.

Hector Bracho, Managing Producer-Director

Events and Media Technology, Qualcomm Institute @ Calit2

University of California, San Diego

(858) 534-2594