Impact UA
SDG 7 Affordable and Clean Energy
SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities
SDG 12 Responsible Consumption and Production
16 peace justice and strong institutions
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Accessibility and technical limitations
Group video (Smaller groups / interaction)
(synchronous) Collaboration/Curation
Classroom/student response systems
Online/Virtual Learning Management Systems
(asynchronous) Video recording

Online educational resources (educational content)

For students (guidelines)

Before the session:

  • Check your connection, software and hardware before the call. Do a test call. Close any heavy bandwidth usage programs (netflix, youtube) on your network (check with housemates)
  • Share materials you want to present before the call if possible

During the session

  • Mute when you are not speaking
  • Follow the Radio principles: Think - Unmute - Speak - Mute - Listen
  • Use the chat option wisely, for example for numbers, links, interrupting\ (i.e. ‘raising your hand’), questions etc.

For teachers/Facilitators

Remote guiding - giving technical support/instructions
  • Easy to use tool to give support through a shared video feed, several functions to guide the person on the other end. More efficient than a standard video call and only requires the person who calls to have the app installed.
  • makes it easy for organisations to quickly create and share digital how-to guides, in any language, on any device. Easier and more cost-effective and powerful than creating a word file or a youtube video. Instant translation makes it easy for anyone to read the resulting instructions.

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