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Remote Teaching

Getting Started

We are developing policies regarding teaching remotely; this page will be updated as information develops.

Zoom Training and Support

If you need any guidance or assistance, please email us and a member of the e-learning support team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Saturday and Sunday

If you need assistance on the weekend please contact IT services. They are available from 9:00 - 16:30, and may be contacted at [email protected].

A Zoom meeting session can be arranged to talk through any queries or demonstrate any supports where necessary. 

Getting Support with Zoom

Our staff in the Digital Learning Department will support you when using Zoom, so please contact Alice or Greg on the following email: [email protected]

Further Documentation on Zoom

Turn-it-in guides

Explore these official video guides before using Turn-it-in.

Free "How to teach online" course

DCU and FutureLearn are offering a free three-week course on how to teach online, starting Mondays and repeating every three weeks. 

Zoom Tutorial Videos
Zoom Quick Guide – Getting Started, Lecturer Checklist

In this short video, we cover the following topics:

  • Joining a meeting from your moodle page
  • Sharing your screen
  • Checking microphone and camera
  • Muting and unmuting a noisy room
  • Ending a Zoom meeting

Recording your class

In this video, we explain how to record your Zoom class and make that recording available through Moodle.

Linking Zoom and Moodle

Learn how to link Moodle and Zoom so you can use your Moodle credentials to set up Zoom meetings.

 

Sharing your Zoom recording

Use the video along with this guide.

 

 

Claiming Host status in a Zoom classroom

Learn how to claim "Host" status so you can record classes

Scheduling a meeting using an auto link

Learn how to schedule a meeting using an auto-generated link instead of your personal ID.