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FCDSI Quick Talks - COI Social Presence - Shared screen with gallery view
Michelle Peterson
16:13
https://its.sdsu.edu/covid-19/flex/quick-talks/
Beth Pollard
23:34
So funny, for a rhetorician to say!
Beth Pollard
23:56
visual rhetoric of online instruction... I think there's a research/writing project there!
Jill Marie Holslin
24:20
exactly! Visual rhetoric is key to online modality
Jill Marie Holslin
24:37
There’s a lot of research on visual rhetoric
Beth Pollard
24:49
Yes!
Beth Pollard
25:18
LOL
Beth Pollard
27:46
That's a REALLY good tip... reorder so current & most important is at top.
Beth Pollard
28:19
=> (equal and right pointing carrot) is good for sequencing instructions if needed
Beth Pollard
29:33
Tip 2: Everything linked on landing page... no need to excavate like an archaeologist to find the materials needed!
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
32:39
Monday Memo = #winning
Maureen Guarcello
33:04
It’s great to see you share the students’ frustrations in not being able to see their feedback. Person to person empathy, with a productive acknowledgment that you are working to find a solution.
Jill Marie Holslin
33:04
Love this, Siobhan!
Beth Pollard
33:05
Tip 3 => Monday Memo!
Kurt Kroeber
33:09
I like the idea of Monday memo. What time do you normally send them out? I struggle to envision what time of day is best to receive class information.
Maureen Guarcello
33:56
That is a GREAT tip Katie. Be good to your future self.
Beth Pollard
33:58
I keep a file with them … and grab & revise from there...
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
34:17
Tip 3.14: write the memo on Saturday/Sunday, schedule for release at SAME time every Monday.
Michelle Peterson
34:39
Peter, Does that memo come with Pie?
Beth Pollard
34:46
Tip 4 => Empathy (via student view)
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
34:46
Sure does. :-)
Beth Pollard
35:37
Yes! So glad that was a take-away!
Michelle Peterson
35:49
Beth & Andrea and the Peer Mentors did a great job this summer!!
Michelle Peterson
36:17
And Module Designers, like Katie and Peter!
Beth Pollard
36:23
Tip 5 => Fewer clicks the better ...
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
36:31
We have two highschoolers (one taking college classes) and a college student in the house... and seeing how they approach online learning in their classes is "interesting."
Beth Pollard
37:07
Yes! @ Peter... I've learned so much by helping my struggling 4th & 8th grader...
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
37:50
Things that you (as the instructor) this is going to be quick-and-easy, can be very hard-and-frustrating on the student side
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
38:06
especially if/whem they don't habe the optimal technology available
Anthony Lince
38:40
I have to get going now, but thank you for a great talk!
Beth Pollard
38:54
Mine go at 5:30 PM on Sunday...
Kurt Kroeber
39:02
That makes sense. A wake up email. Thanks Katie!
Beth Pollard
39:22
Success for me is if they go at all...
Jill Marie Holslin
39:54
How do you maintain work life balance?
Kurt Kroeber
40:05
No questions, but thank you. This was very helpful
Beth Pollard
40:26
growth opportunity!
Michelle Peterson
40:50
Future Talks: http://its.sdsu.edu/covid-19/flex/quick-talks
Beth Pollard
41:03
I turn off phone notices from 9PM to 9AM...
Michelle Peterson
41:07
Friday How-to Trainings: https://its.sdsu.edu/training/
Beth Pollard
41:32
Tip 6 => Clarify contact availability and response time...
Matt Copeland
42:31
Having yet made the switch to Canvas, this actually really helped. Thanks, Siobhan and Katie!
Andrea Saltzman Martin
45:21
Thank you all. Off to a 10:30 consult. Hope to see you all for the Friday workshop on Communication, Analytics and Tracking Student Progress.
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
46:12
I feel like *everything* has happened this semester; covid, wildfires, etc... (this is not a challenge to the universe to prove there is more to throw at us!)
Jill Marie Holslin
46:30
Thanks so much!!!!
Maureen Guarcello
46:32
Thank you all!
Jill Marie Holslin
46:34
Very helpful!
Peter Blomgren (He/Him)
46:36
thanks!