We want to make it easy for you to have a smooth and successful Fall Term! Get started with new technology for Hybrid and Remote Teaching in LSA classrooms with the following 3 steps.
Step 1 Get Training: Classroom technology training is available in our demo classrooms in Mason Hall where you can learn based on how you plan to teach. Sign up at this link in Google appointments.
Step 2 Get Practice: After you have completed training, practice sessions in classrooms will be scheduled through LSATechnologyServices@umich.edu. Practice sessions will use Mason Hall classrooms first and additional rooms will be added as they become available.
Step 3 Get Media: Digital encryption (also known as digital rights management -DRM) is added to commercial products as a technical measure to protect copyright by preventing unauthorized redistribution of digital media and restricting the ways consumers can copy content they've purchased. If you plan to use DVD/Bluray, Netflix, etc. in your face-to-face class while using lecture capture, students physically in the classroom will be able to view the content, but the media will NOT be recorded and the media will NOT be streamed to remote students. For Language Programs please contact firstname.lastname@example.org; all other Programs/Departments please contact LSATechnologyServices@umich.edu for additional assistance.
For more information regarding teaching this Fall: visit our Teaching and Learning Remotely Website, our first step to Hybrid Teaching and our LSA Guidelines & Best Practices for Online and Hybrid Courses.
REMINDER- Three things to know before you come to campus:
You must complete the UM Working Safely at U-M COVID training module (appr. 30 minutes).
You must complete the daily health screening prior to arriving on campus.
You must wear a mask on campus (both indoors and outside).
Send questions about Technology and Fall Teaching to LSATechnologyServices@umich.edu.