Use your OBU email and password to log in and view the videos.
Timestamps are available under the “See more” link to allow you to go to specific sections of the video.
All active classes in a semester have a corresponding Moodle course (shell) even if they are face-to-face classes. This facilitates your ability to transition to remote instruction. You can continue basic classroom activities in an online format:
There are a number of online tools available you may use to communicate with your students. Choose a method that works best for you.
For synchronous lectures use Zoom.
For asynchronous options
If you are using Zoom there are two ways to track attendance by asking each student to “sign in” using the Chat function. One is to record the session and the chat will be included. The second is to save a file of the Chat by finding File at the bottom right of the chat window, clicking on the three dots (…) and choosing Save Chat.
If you are conducting the class asynchronously (i.e., not within a specified time period) monitor student responses to online quizzes, written responses, or other assignments as a way to track participation. Monitoring asynchronous participation can be facilitated by using Moodle.
Learn Moodle 3.7 – a playlist of very brief video tutorials
Learn Moodle Basic – a free four week online course