App Smashing for Virtual Presentations

Credit: iStock.com/HATICE GOCMEN
Credit: iStock.com/HATICE GOCMEN
With the pandemic came a flurry of faculty quickly moving their courses online. The question I heard most during this time was, How can I move my students’ presentations online? Most faculty chose to have students do live video presentations with a system such as Zoom. But videoconferencing comes with drawbacks. The biggest is that all students must be present at once, which can be a problem in online courses that some students chose because their schedules make it hard to meet at regularly scheduled class times. Also, technical problems with bandwidth and the like often intrude on these video conferences.

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