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Course/Curriculum Resources

There are different ways to teach a class.  


Resources to Provide Content to Students

PowerPoint-Notes can be added to any PowerPoint presentation. Once those notes are added, students can read them. To add notes

Google Slides-Notes can be added to any Google Slides presentation. Once those notes are added, students can read them. To add notes

Microsoft Sway-Sway can organize lecture materials in a highly visual way. For instructions and examples

Educreations-Educreations is an interactive whiteboard and screen casting tool. You can record and replay your voice, handwriting, and drawings. draw on top of everything with the drawing tool. More Information

Resources for Students to Provide Presentations

Adobe Spark-A free app that allows students to narrate a presentation and submit it in video form.  

PowerPoint-Students can create a PowerPoint and submit the file via email or the LMS. Students can possibly provide voice over depending on ability and internet access. Directions

Google Slides-Students can create a Google Slide deck and submit the file via email or Moodle.  Will require a Gmail account.

OneDrive-Students can create a presentation and upload it to OneDrive. sharing the presentation link with your SEMO email. OneDrive guides and tutorial 


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Zoom- IT’s guide on how to use Zoom in your course (including signing up, requesting a pro account, and scheduling a class) 

Nearpod-Nearpod is a student engagement platform with ready-to-run interactive lessons. You can create interactive lessons, live polls and quizzes.  This can be used synchronously or asynchronously in homework mode. Contact IT about a Gold License More Information

OneDrive-Documents and materials can be shared via OneDrive so that they can only be viewed and not downloaded. For directions


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Sharing Recorded Lectures Youtube-This is a video-sharing platform. It’s good to use because it’s easy to control who can see the video and you own the content. For instructions

Microsoft Stream-You can access Stream with your university Office 365 account ( IT has step by step instructions and a video guide here 


Moodle HyFlex Resource Page


Teaching synchronously via telecom link to the regional campus Information

Face to Face

All Classes  need to make sure a syllabus is loaded to the LMS

Bloom's Taxonomy

All Class Types

Virtual Office Hours

Skype for Business-Video and chat function for one-on-one interactions. All Southeast faculty and students have a full license available through Office 365. Here are instructions on how to set up and use this tool. In the upper right click Install Office and choose Other Install Options. In the Office Apps & Devices box select View Apps & Devices. Select Install Skype.

Google Duo-Device-to-device conversation, just like FaceTime, except it works with Android devices. Requires a Gmail account. For instructions

Zoom-This is a video conferencing software. Works well for groups, and can work for one-on-one communications. Only you need an active Zoom license. For more information

Moodle Help

Using Moodle to help you teach


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