In light of the current situation concerning the COVID-19 virus, Teaching & Learning has developed some guidelines with different options for you to carry out your teaching online.
Principles for teaching during lockdown:
Go to "Webinars" in the menu below to see our webinar about the principles.
Teaching & Learning offers teaching webinars and Q&A sessions with support and guides on how to transform your in-class teaching to online. You can see the dates, times and access links below:
Webinar on Course tranformation for Autumn 2020:
- Wednesday 05/08/2020, 12//08/2020, 19/08/2020, 26/08/2020, 02/09/2020 & 09/09/2020 from 10.00-11.00: Link to Re-designing for blended and online courses webinar
This webinar is for teachers who are going to transform their course for the principles of teaching for the autumn semester 2020. In the webinar, we will address lectures, exercises, exams and demonstrate examples to help you make decisions for your re-design.
- Thursday 13/08/2020 from 11.00-12.00: Recording videos w. Panopto
- Tuesday 25/08/2020 from 11.00-12.00: Recording video w. Panopto
You can watch a recorded Panopto webinar here. If you need any further assistance regarding the use of Panopto and the above dates does not fit your schedule, you are welcome to contact Mads Szylit Larsen at email@example.com.
Microsoft Teams webinars:
- Monday 10/08/2020 & 24/08/2020 from 10.00-11.00: Teaching in Teams
- Tuesday 11/08/2020, 18/08/2020 & 25/08/2 from 10.00-11.00: Canvas webinar
- Monday 10/08/2020, 17/08/2020 & 24/08/2020 from 13.00-14.00: Teaching with podcasts
Office 365 webinars:
- Wednesday 12/08/2020 & 26/08/2020 from 13.00-14.00: Teaching w. Office 365
- Thursday 06/08/2020, 13/08/2020, 20/08/2020, 27/08/2020 & 03/09/2020 from 10.00-11.00: Teaching w. Zoom
- Thursday 13/08/2020 from 10.00-11.00: Creating quizzes
- Friday 21/08/2020 & 28/08/2020 from 10.00-11.00: Creating quizzes
On-camera presence Webinars:
- Monday 17/08/2020 from 11.00-12.00: On-Camera Presence
- Thursday 20/08/2020 from 11.00-12.00: On-Camera Presence
Oral Presentation webinars:
- Monday 10/08/2020 from 10.00-11.00: Assertive Verbal - How to use your voice for online teaching
We recommend watching the video below before the webinar:
At this webinar, you will get tools to use your voice to come across.
Among the topics are:
- How to use the voice physically and the mindsets influence on the voice
- How to create volume, tempi, emphasis and dynamics, complete sentences
- How to engage your audience
- How to create a good start and ending
- How to “warm up” before “showtime”
- How to control insecurity and gain inner calm to control your voice
- How the right posture secures a good, confident voice and impact
- Why it’s a good idea to avoid certain types of food and drink, throat lozenges and medications, air condition and other challenges that may affect your voice
- How to “save” your voice on a bad voice day
Use Panopto to record your teaching or other video or audio sessions.
You can use Microsoft Teams for live sessions such as supervision, feedback sessions or live teaching.
Set up your Canvas room for online teaching during lockdown:
Get guides, tips and inspiration on how to use Canvas and its many features here:
Information about online oral exams spring 2020:
Q&A sessions for Teams every Tuesday at 3 pm. Please use the link below:
The T&L mailbox and chat is closed in July and will open again on August 3rd.
If you need assistance in Panopto during July, please contact Simon Mølvig firstname.lastname@example.org
- A support contact from Teaching & Learning has been assigned to each department. If you need help, please contact the relevant contact for your department:
CBS research project on teaching during the COVID-19 lockdown:
The digital transformation process in teaching during the COVID-19 lock down in Denmark
Due to the Danish government’s lockdown of large parts of Denmark on 11 March 2020, virtually all teaching at CBS was switched to taking place online. Of course, this dramatic change has had a large impact on all aspects of teaching, research and administration at CBS. Moreover, the transition happened in such a short span of time, and thus the view was taken that any efforts were “good enough for now”. Despite the difficult circumstances, a wide variety of learning activities and courses were developed that have helped students complete their studies.
The finding from the project will be used by CBS management and Teaching & Learning to provide teachers with guidelines and examples of digital teaching activities that have proven to work well for student learning. Particularly for the fall semester, 2020, where 50% of the teaching is expected to be carried out online, but also in the longer term, when the COVID-19 restrictions are over.
Lastly, parts of the data will be utilized in a research project investigating how students’ learning outcomes were affected by the COVID-19 lockdown. This will be done by studying student evaluations, course grades and surveys of students’ and teachers’ experiences. The findings will be related to a range of different background characteristics.
Participants in this project are:
- Mette Franck, RiBL, Econ, ph.d.-fellow – main focus: Student experience
- Sine Zambach, Digi, BIA, Postdoc – main focus: Course data and teacher experience
- Annemette Kjærgaard: Project coordinator
- Michael Møller Nielsen, T&L: Survey design and data analysis. Documentation of results
Project email: email@example.com
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