Courses for online teaching

Last updated: 17.06.2020

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Topic page about online teaching 

Courses #

You can now find all our courses in the Læringsportalen under the disciple Study and education.

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Sharing experiences and advice #

Sharing experiences and advice around online teaching is important in order to improve the quality of the education we offer our students. NTNU would like to facilitate this. Please contact us by email at kontakt@lss.ntnu.no if you can contribute and want to share and discuss your experiences and any tips or advice you may have for other educators in NTNU's learning community. We want to hear from you! 

Previous shared experience courses #

Sharing experiences - Asynchronous teaching

Target audience: Everyone  
Prerequisites: None
Length: ca. 60min
Description:

This webinar will share experiences from building a set up for asynchronous, online teaching this spring. Asynchronous teaching is where part of the teaching is done by the students alone or in groups working on pre-prepared exercises and tasks. Dagrun will adress the choices she made and the reasoning behind them, as well as how this set up was intergrated in Blackboard (the use of Wiki is central). She will also discuss what has been learned from doing this and how it has worked for the students. The teaching design was so successful that it will be repeated even once we return to campus teaching as the learning value was so high!

Course holder: Dagrun Engen (Institute for education and teacher training)

Sharing experiences: How to create a supportive and active digital learning environment?

Experiences from this semester's digital LAOS course

Target audience: Everyone  (Norwegian speakers)
Prerequisites: None
Length: ca. 60min
Description:

In recent weeks there have been major changes in how we teach and study due to COVID-19, and we have received feedback that many students are experiencing increased loneliness, concentration problems and a greater need for information. As an educator, you probably have digital contact with your students these days. How are you doing? How are they doing? In this webinar we will take you through different types of student activities that we have used in the LAOS course to create a safe and welcoming learning environment. We would like to share our experiences and some tips on what you can do as a educator to support your students.

Course holders: Marte Therese Jakobsen (Uniped) og Katja Hakel (Uniped)

Sharing Experiences - OneNote as a Digital Board in Collaborate and Campus Teaching

Target audience: Everyone  
Prerequisites: None
Length: ca. 60min
Description:

In this webinar, Lars Hansson (IV / IHB) will explain how he sets up and uses OneNote in his mechanics course. He has succeeded in using this in both in on-campus teaching in auditoriums and now that he has switched to online teaching, digitally as well. Lars will also explain how he facilitates online exercise sessions (øvingstimer) for his students, participants will be shown how to get started on their own. There will be time to ask questions during the session. Lars speaks Swedish, and technical support will be on hand to answer questions from the participants in Norwegian and English.

Sharing Experiences - Building Virtual Relationships with VEiT (Virtual Experts in Team) 

Target audience: Everyone  
Prerequisites: None
Length: ca. 60min
Description:

Being able to work together collaboratively and be creative are highlighted as traits students need for the future world of work. The world is becoming smaller, and working together from different locations is becoming more and more relevant and normal. How can we build collaborative skills and poitive working relationships digitally? Experts In Team at NTNU now have a pilot project, VEiT, which, among other things, explores building virtual relationships. In this webinar you will gain experience of  some of the exercises VEiT has used, for example “ice breakers”. In addition, they will share some experiences from working on the project so far.

Resources from previous webinars and courses  #

Sharing experiences - Asynchronous teaching

Here is the presentation that Dagrun Engen used in her webinar:

Sharing experiences: How to create a supportive and active digital learning environment?

Here is the presentation that Marte Therese Jakobsen og Katja Hakel used in their webinar.

Moving from face-to-face to online

Dr. Shaun Nykvist (in English) talks about pedagogical considerations when moving from face-to-face to online teaching and learning.

Theme course - Video in teaching

Mari-Ann LetnesOve Østerlie & Alex Strømme discussion and demonstrate didactic and practical teaching experiences around creating and using videos in teaching

Help #

If you have a problem or a question about online courses or teaching which you can't find the answer to on our wiki-pages, please get in touch with us through NTNU Help.  

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