Outline•How will class work now•Class meetings with Zoom•Practice with TopHat•Flu Case Study•Question and answer session
How will class work now? - Schedule•The course schedule will remain the same•Quizzes and LearningCurves are due as originally scheduled•Exams will be given on the scheduled dates
Upcoming Due dates•Chapter 14 LearningCurve – due before midnight Wednesday 3/18•Flu Case Study TopHat questions – due 10am Friday 3/20•Exam 3 – Friday 3/20/20•Will cover chapters 13.3-13.4, 14.2-14.63
How will class work now? - Lectures•Lectures will be given via Zoom at our regular course meeting time•TopHat questions will be asked during lectures.•Lectures will be recorded, and recordings will be available on Blackboard•TopHat questions from lectures will be available to answer for 48 hours after the class period they were asked in.
How will class work now? - Exams•Exam 3 will be taken through LaunchPad. You will be able to take it between 8am-11:59pm on Friday 3/20. •You will have 50 minutes to complete the exam once you start it.•If you have exam accommodations through ODS that you would like to use for this exam please contact me via email.•Exams later in the semester may be given in a different format.
How will class work now? – Help•I am available to help you!•I am happy to answer questions via email, or to set up a videoconference meeting with you at a time that works for you. •Email me – [email protected]•I will have office hours through Zoom: Fridays 11-1pm
How will class work now? – Help•CLAS study groups will meet using Zoom•Monday study group from 430-530pm:•Join URL: •Thursday study group from 1130am-1230pm:•Join URL: •Students can also make one-on-one online appointments by calling the CLAS front desk at 617-573-8034 or on Navigate click “Get Assistance.”
Class meetings with Zoom•Meetings will be recorded so that students who cannot access meetings will be able to keep up with material.•Zoom Functions – many functions can be found along the bottom of the screen:
Class meetings with Zoom•Important Zoom functions:•Video – you can turn on/off your video in the bottom left of the Zoom window.Video is useful to me because I can see your reactions and gauge understanding of the material I am presenting•Sound – you can turn on/off your microphone (so others can hear you) in the bottom left of the Zoom window.I will usually mute all participants so that background noises are not distracting. You can unmute your microphone if you would like to talk.
Class meetings with Zoom•Important Zoom functions:•Chat – We will use the chat function to communicate in this course. Open the chat window using the Chat icon.