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TLPDC YouTube Channel

 

The TLPDC and friends have put together a series of YouTube videos to help during the transition to remote teaching. We hope these videos can aid during this time and our plan is to add more videos in the future. If you would like to submit a video to be uploaded to our YouTube channel, please email Britton Gregg (britton.gregg@ttu.edu) with your videos or questions.

End of Semester Encouragement
Sarai Brinker, TTU School of Music

Dr. Sarai Brinker (TTU School of Music) is a longtime friend of the TLPDC and a respected, dedicated teacher. We appreciate her words and encouragement as we finish the semester.

https://youtu.be/BF6p_2cFAvg

Thank You, Texas Tech Faculty
Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center Student Assistants

Some of our students at Texas Tech University would like to extend a big π—§π—›π—”π—‘π—ž 𝗬𝗒𝗨 to TTU Faculty. Thank you for your constant support of students during this time.

https://youtu.be/4JW4RSZrV8s

A Message from Chris Smith
Chris Smith, School of Music

In this video, Chris Smith discusses how he plans to provide continuity and aid in student wellness during a stressful time for students.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjF8urqjELY&t=6s

A Message from Larry Phillippe
Larry Phillippe, Student Disability Services

In this video, Larry Phillippe addresses ADA accommodations as we move toward an online platform.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KqlmviIBOU&t=11s

Faculty Development Leave Discussion
Emily Skidmore (History), Wyatt Phillips (English), Jorge Ramirez (School of Law), and Seiichi Nagihara (Geosciences)

This video is a panel discussion featuring past faculty development leave awardees and application reviewers including Emily Skidmore (History), Wyatt Phillips (English), Jorge Ramirez (School of Law), and Seiichi Nagihara (Geosciences). Senior Vice Provost Rob Stewart facilitated this discussion with the goal of providing insight into the process for successful applications.

https://youtu.be/2pYIYjDu5hs

High-Impact Practices in An Online Environment
Micah Logan, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

In this video, Micah Logan discusses tips and resources for how to take your high-impact practices online.

https://youtu.be/uW2CjO5CAbw

Organizing Your Course in Blackboard Panel Discussion
Courtney Meyers (Agricultural Communications), Karissa Greathouse (Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources), Breanna Harris (Biological Sciences), & Michael Zahn (Advertising & Brand Strategy)

Courtney Meyers, a professor in Agricultural Communications and Teaching Academy member, hosts a panel discussion about how to best organize content in Blackboard to create a better learning experience for students.

https://youtu.be/Hnyp4UkCgtE

Tips for Online Discussions
Suzanne Tapp, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

In this video, Suzanne Tapp, Executive Director of the Teaching, Learning, and Professional Development Center at Texas Tech University, discusses Tips for Online Discussion. This tried and true online tool helps faculty and students engage with content, interpretations of the material, and their experiences. We will talk about a few different ways to set up the discussion, increase and deepen student responses to their peers, and grading strategies.

https://youtu.be/eq4vw8ROGlo

Using the Clips App
Erika Brooks-Hurst, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

This video is provided by our colleague here at the TLPDC, Erika Brooks-Hurst. This is a great way to provide students with accessible videos if you're recording from your iPad or iPhone. These captions can be edited so you can correct (or add) punctuation and fix word mistakes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhrl2N7MLfc

Using Flipgrid
Molly Jacobs, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

Our TLPDC colleague, Molly Jacobs shows you how to use the website β€œFlipgrid” that allows teachers to create "grids" to facilitate video discussions. Each grid is like a message board where teachers can pose questions, called "topics," and their students can post video responses that appear in a tiled grid display.

https://youtu.be/HgVzcXHQFmU

Using Screencast O Matic
Courtney Meyers, Agricultural Communications

Courtney Meyers, a professor in Agricultural Communications and Teaching Academy member, shows how to use Screencast O Matic to better assist you in teaching your students online.

https://youtu.be/YLlPQq4_qTA

A Faculty Perspective on FlipGrid
Raychel Vasseur, Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures

In this video, Dr. Raychel Vasseur (Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures) shares her experience in using Flipgrid as a tool with students enrolled in Spanish classes. This highly interactive video alternative to traditional discussion tools has proven to be easy to use for both faculty and students.

https://youtu.be/h-ffVk_zaEM

Best Practices for Recording Video at Home
Courtney Meyers (Agricultural Communications), Erica Irlbeck (Agricultural Communications), & Mary Norman (Public Relations)

Courtney Meyers, a professor in agricultural communications and Teaching Academy member, hosts a discussion about best practices for recording video at home. The presenters shared some tools to record videos at home and shared best practices regarding the length of the video, sound quality, and sharing the video.

https://youtu.be/5p4EaSk7Z94

Online Teaching Tips
Raynie Gibb, TTU University Studies

Raynie Gibb (University Studies) is one of Texas Tech's shining online teaching stars. In this video, Raynie shares a few tips regarding boundaries she sets for herself in terms of availability, how she organizes her Blackboard courses and the flexibility that students and faculty need to show ourselves in online courses.

https://youtu.be/LWJQ5ZsGF4U

YouTube Captioning
Molly Jacobs, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center 

In this video, Molly Jacobs gives an informative tutorial on how to caption your video on YouTube.

https://youtu.be/88WRbvUjn1c

Online Assessments: Testing Online and Other Alternatives to Measure Learning
Suzanne Tapp, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

In this video, TLPDC Director Suzanne Tapp discusses different ways and other alternatives to assess your students during the transition to a remote teaching environment.

https://youtu.be/Ma5Ag43ucgY

Strategies for Basic Online Discussions
Micah Logan, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

In this video, our colleague, Micah Logan, discusses best practices and ways to make sure they are being done in a meaningful and thoughtful way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmcmUGii_WU

Taking Your Service Learning Course Online
Britton Gregg, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

In this video, Service Learning Coordinator, Britton Gregg, will discuss ways to better prepare your service learning class for an online learning environment.

https://youtu.be/2SFFr1vVbM4

Converting Your Face to Face Course to a Distance Course
Ken Griffith, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

Our TLPDC colleague, Ken Griffith shows you how to create a proactive design for distance delivery.

https://youtu.be/qUpWdo92xn4

Considerations for your Distance Syllabus
Ken Griffith, Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development Center

Our TLPDC colleague, Ken Griffith will offer some policy recommendations for you to consider. These policies may help you and your students navigate the world of distance learning here at Texas Tech University. 

https://youtu.be/ST5rwc5HurA

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