Topic: Communicate & collaborate

Manage disruptions during your Zoom session

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The default security settings for all UTS Zoom accounts have been adjusted to minimise the risk of unwanted disruption, including: UTS account access – participants must be signed in to a UTS staff, student or alumni account to access your meeting. Guests not signed into a UTS account are...

Run your Zoom session

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1. Start early Start your Zoom meeting earlier than the scheduled time if you can. This will allow you time to handle any technical issues, and gives participants the chance to do the same. Switch off your camera and microphone until the scheduled meeting time, and you could share...

Run an attendance report in Zoom

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Go to the reports tab of UTS Zoom at least 30 minutes after your meeting has ended. Click on ‘Usage’. Your most recent meetings from the preceding 24 hours will display. Adjust the date range if you want to see a meeting from another date. You can also choose which columns...

Creating online presence

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Communicating effectively online

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Managing discussion forums online

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Managing group work online

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Support students on remote internships

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Communication and negotiation Communication is key in professional life. Nobody works in isolation so advise students to practise their communication and negotiation skills. This can be exercised in two ways: a) students need to articulate clearly what they expect to achieve and b) supervisors and employers need to be...

Use the Microsoft Teams Wiki app

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Quick collaborative document You or your students can create a quick collaborative document, either as part of a group exercise or as part of a contact exercise that you are running with them. Meeting notes An easy way for people to collect together notes when having a meeting that...

Canvas vs Teams: which non-subject site should I use?

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You can request a site to be created in Canvas or Teams as your non-subject site. The purpose of the site should determine whether this site is created in Canvas or Teams. For example, if you want to maintain a centralised source of static information for students in a course of study,...

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