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How to Effectively Use Zoom to Provide an Interactive and Engaged Learning Experience to Students
As an educator already using Zoom to teach online, learn how to leverage Zoom’s many features to enhance student engagement and learning.
Join Contact North | Contact Nord Research Associate, Dr. Ron Owston for this interactive session focusing on topics such as:
· Engaging students through breakout rooms
· Promoting collaboration with whiteboards and document annotation
. Enhancing class presentations, including how to use free OBS Studio video software
· Obtaining feedback through polling and other tools
· Involving students through screen sharing
· Organizing large enrollment classes

Considerable time will be allotted throughout the session for participant questions.

Note: before taking this webinar, participants are recommended to view How to Teach Online Effectively with Zoom webinar recording or have experience teaching with Zoom.

Mar 16, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Ron Owston
Research Associate @Contact North | Contact Nord
Dr. Ron Owston is a Contact North I Contact Nord Research Associate. A pioneer in online teaching and research, Dr. Owston ranks among Google Scholar’s most cited blended learning researchers globally. The founding Director of the Institute for Research on Learning Technologies, he is a former Dean of Education and Professor Emeritus at York University. Accolades from educators around the world on Dr. Owston's webinars about Zoom include: • I really appreciate Ron’s effort and I need to watch this all over again to try the different possibilities. • I've learned a lot the last 6 months watching your Zoom webinars. My students have noticed and I share with you their kudos. • Thank you very much Ron! This was a very informative session! I am excited to try to put together a class for my learners. • I wanted to comment on how useful these sessions have been. I include them in all my PD announcements to encourage faculty to attend. • Thank you, thank you, thank you—really wonderful!