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Studio 319: A video production space for faculty

Finally, a space for recording podcasts for your courses.
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Do you have a backup plan for severe weather (and other emergencies)?

You should set up your emergency cancellation contingency plans now so that when the unexpected comes, you’re ready.
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So you want to webcast your lecture?

Updated September 10, 2016 Throughout the semester, situations may arise where you can’t make it to the classroom. And if the upcoming winter is anything like last year, you should have a back-up plan to replace missed class time. Webcasting your lecture is one way to make up for that lost time. Even if you don’t teach a live-online course, webcasting is a convenient way to stay connected with your students and stay
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Do you have a snow day back-up plan?

The “storm of the century” is probably not yet behind us. You should set up your emergency cancellation contingency plans now, so that when the unexpected comes, you’re ready.
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Snowy Day Back Up Plan

How do you make up class sessions when you and your students can't get to campus?
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Why should I do lecture capture?

Lecture capturing (recording a lecture so students students can view it later) provides flexibility and convenience in delivering course content, and offers some learning benefits for students. Learn about the benefits of lecture capture and explore some options available for Queens College faculty.
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