How do I deliver my tutorials online?
Zoom is a high-quality video and audio online conferencing tool for desktops and smartphones. It is ideal for online classes, meetings, special events, webinars, remote working and job interviews. Zoom is integrated into your LMS subject and can be used to deliver your synchronous online tutorials. Please also consider using LMS discussions for asynchronous tutorials.
Delivering a tutorial online using Zoom
Zoom has many features to let you create an interactive engaging online tutorial, including polling, chat, reactions, breakout rooms, whiteboards and annotation tools. You are also able to share your screen to enhance collaboration with other tools such as Padlet. Read the below pages to get tip and ideas about how to run an effective tutorial in Zoom:
- Using Zoom for synchronous tutorials
- Zoom in Canvas LMS
- Setting up Zoom in the LMS and scheduling a session
- Ensuring your first Zoom session is a success
- Using Zoom features to engage my students in active learning in live online sessions
- Preparing and familarising my students with Zoom
- Managing large classes in Zoom (Zoom Meeting vs Zoom Webinar)
- Minimising and troubleshooting audio and connectivity issues in Zoom
- Practicing with Zoom by myself using two devices
- Recording my Zoom session to the Cloud and giving students access
- Tracking attendance in Zoom.