online teaching


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How to be social and present in the online classroom

By Alexander White,

Alex White links teacher presence back to Social Presence Theory and uncovers recent examples of being present during remote teaching.

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The importance of teacher presence in delivering the best student experience

By Shirley Alexander,

Shirley Alexander shares some student feedback and offers tips on keeping connected despite the challenges of remote teaching and physical distancing.

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Tooltime recap: exploring Course Presentation in H5P

By Kathryn Ayrton,

Catch up on our recent Tooltime which explored Course Presentation, an interactive content layout tool in H5P.

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Supporting a compassionate community in higher education using play

By Alisa Percy,

Is there a role for social play and play for play’s sake in the higher education setting?

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10 steps to get the most value out of guest speakers in an online subject

By Paul Burke,

Paul Burke tells us his top tips for maximising the value of guest speakers and industry partners.

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How the LX.lab Online can help you

By LX Team,

With the rapid changes and move to remote teaching, we have adjusted the LX.lab support services to better assist you.

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Zooming in – academics’ experiences of remote teaching via Zoom

By Richard Ingold,

We asked three academics to tell us about their experiences using Zoom to run online tutorials.

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Zooming out – exploring the alternatives

By LX Team,

Richard Ingold and Alex White from the LX.lab team discuss alternatives to Zoom for engaging students in a (suddenly) fully online subject.

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How to reflect on what we have been doing so far: emergency remote teaching

By Anna Stack,

The shift to remote teaching has been sudden, but amidst the chaos are lessons to be learned and valued for future iterations.

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Do I really need to put my exam online?

By Peter Kandlbinder,

What are the online alternatives to assessing your students in examinations? Follow our interactive guide for the answers!

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