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Sean Feng
19:10
the clock slide is super cool. Is there a place we get a similar template please?
Janice Little
19:55
sometimes I duplicate what I say just to minimize participants need to take notes
Stephanie Gedzyk-Nieman
20:26
Me too
Maxi-Ann Campbell
21:25
Is it possible to see your notes but only show your students the PPT when sharing your screen on Zoom?
Charlotte Clark
21:38
if u want to give speaker notes can’t pdf right?
Sarah Cantrell
22:25
I have the same question as Maxi-Ann
David Katz
22:56
What about recording your talk for stand alone (eg powerpoint)
Elise Mueller (DLI)
24:03
you can show students the slides while you have a presenter view where you have the notes visible to you
Prof Kisha Daniels, Ed.D.
24:11
I use Voice Thread to record my lectures over my slides. But I’ve also done it on Powerpoint.
Elise Mueller (DLI)
25:06
recording for stand alone can be voice thread, zoom, and a bunch of other apps that LI can walk you through or point you to resources (i.e. follow up with us)
Tina Davenport, Ph.D.
28:59
I'm struggling with this, because these are all great points for when I give research presentations...but because I don't have a required text for my class, I use the slides as standalone, but present on them as if they were presentation slides. I get mixed feedback in my end of the year student reviews, but most like the slides.
Tina Davenport, Ph.D.
30:14
What is the best way to have a good balance between standalone and presentation slides?
John Haws
30:19
Extending that thought, how do these concepts apply to technical presentations, such as one might give in stats or math, with eg derivations of expressions or equations?
Lalita Kaligotla
30:29
I’ve used the design your slide function that generates the graphics that you are using. How do you get the design function to generate the images you are using on the slides? I agree that using images is a powerful way to convey information rather than using text as stand-alone
Elise Mueller (DLI)
32:15
I believe Kim uses the Design Ideas in powerpoint so that images are suggested automatically for bullet points
Yue Jiang
32:41
John, that was exactly the question I was going to ask!
Yue Jiang
40:11
Duke also has an accessibility grid available at https://brand.duke.edu/color-accessibility-grid/
Nicholas Janes
42:09
Resources for templates/icons:
Elise Mueller (DLI)
42:21
Or course materials guide has a deep dive into accessibility and power points https://flexteaching.li.duke.edu/guide-to-course-materials/
Nicholas Janes
42:34
www.flaticon.com
Elise Mueller (DLI)
43:59
look for creative commons images at pixabay
John Haws
44:41
Can we post the list of sources Nick is describing here?
Elise Mueller (DLI)
45:15
yes we will pull together resources
Nicholas Janes
45:46
I will have Kim add the links to the PPT she sends out
Christopher Beeley, Ph.D.
51:37
A pegadogical question: how to preserve students’ taking their own notes, which we know increases learning?
John Haws
52:39
Great question.
Yue Jiang
52:57
In teaching statistics, sometimes it's simply unavoidable to just go through a derivation "on the board," so to speak. Do you have any best practices for how we can effectively deal with this in slides?
Prof Kisha Daniels, Ed.D.
54:00
I send my lecture slides with voice over he’d of class and ask students to write their notes for each slide in the notes section.
Yue Jiang
54:22
Great, thank you!
Tina Davenport, Ph.D.
54:25
We are using cameras that can record a notepad. Also using touchscreens to annotate with blank slides in the presentation.
Prof Kisha Daniels, Ed.D.
54:52
I use it like a journal check. I’ll have them periodically submit their slides with the notes on it, so that I can check to see how they are connecting with the information.
Tina Davenport, Ph.D.
54:55
To simulate the whiteboard experience
Catherine Clark
55:15
What’s the best live whiteboard that works with zoom?
Christopher Beeley, Ph.D.
55:56
It can also be important for students to do the outlining too and write out the structure/headings too, not just to fill in a pre-set outline. They can mimic the outline we’re giving in slides…
Prof Kisha Daniels, Ed.D.
56:07
Instead of using the ZOOM whiteboard function, I have just invested in a document camera. It is much easier than using the whiteboard or my phone. You can get them for about 50 dollars on Amazon.
Susanne
57:11
does anyone use Prezi for lectures/slides?
Jodi Psoter
58:00
if the slides are made for both asynchronous and synchronous learning, do you do more images with speaker notes or more text on the screen?
paulina
58:37
Good tips, thank you all
Nicholas Janes
58:42
I’ve used Prezi in college when it first came out. It’s fancy, but can get a little cumbersome to build. At least as far as I can remember
Maxi-Ann Campbell
59:37
This has been very helpful, thank you. It actually helps me realize how many PPT don’t’s I’ve been doing. Thanks!
Jodi Psoter
59:49
that makes sense...thank you!
Elizabeth Brown
01:00:16
Is there a
Elizabeth Brown
01:01:08
Is there a “support group” or IRL support that TA s can access to get help in developing slides for teaching?
Robin Smith
01:01:18
Ok, a bit beyond slides: any tips for moving from screenshare/slides and breakout rooms in Zoom? I'm intimidated by how to manage Zoom and teach a reasonably interactive class, while teaching solo. it feels like learning a stick shift while driving in rush hour
Elise Mueller (DLI)
01:02:36
If you want to practice transitions between breakout rooms and powerpoints come to office hours and we can help you practice
Robin Smith
01:03:26
thank you
Christopher Beeley, Ph.D.
01:03:33
Thanks, Kim, for a great presentation.
Tina Davenport, Ph.D.
01:03:38
Thank you!
Catherine Clark
01:03:40
Thank you, this was great!
Yue Jiang
01:03:44
Much appreciated.
Brooke Alhanti, Ph.D.
01:03:47
Thank you! Very helpful!
John Haws
01:03:48
Thank you LI team!
Elizabeth Brown
01:03:49
do you have any office hours now before the semester starts?