University of Wisconsin–Madison

Teaching Continuity FAQ

Common questions about continuity of teaching

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Remote Quizzing and ExamsAn icon of a written page with a pencil

Q: Quiz 1

Q: Quiz 2

Discussions

In-person discussion may need to be replaced to meet learning outcomes and expectations for your students to progress through their academic programs

Q: How can my students have a discussion online in real-time?

Q: How can I invite a guest Lecturer to my Online lecture?

Q: How can my students have a discussion thread online, where they can write a paragraph and respond to other’s thoughts?

Remote Lectures and Powerpoint Presentations

Q: Lecture 1

Q: Lecture 2

Groups and Collaborations

Q: Groups 1

Q: Groups 2


Remote Quizzing and Exams

A1: Canvas quizzing

A2: Advanced quizzing

Discussions

A1: Students can have a real-time remote discussion by using BBColaborate Ultra, within Canvas

Q: How can I invite a guest Lecturer to my Online lecture?

A: Students can participate in asynchronous Discussions within Canvas

BBCollaborate Ultra allows Course Instructors to send a secure link to a guest lecturer to access sessions. When you click on the session within the BBCollaborate Ultra Canvas page, options to invite guests will show in the menu on the right side of the page. You can invite them as the default “Participant” or a “Presenter;” a presenter will be able to share PowerPoint slides and/or their screen during the presentation.

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A3: Students can participate in asynchronous Discussions within Canvas

Remote Lectures and Powerpoint Presentations

Real-time Lectures 1

Recording Lectures

Groups and Collaborations

Answer 1

Answer 2