How to... Use the recommended technologies? We have highlighted recommended technologies to enable fully flexible teaching and learning: KEATS (Moodle) as the core learning environment for the support and delivery of flexible learning. Kaltura as the King’s supported platform for the creation, editing and uploading of video content. Microsoft Teams Meetings as the recommended tool to support the delivery of online synchronous teaching sessions. Join our Yammer community to discover tips and tricks about Microsoft Teams and 365. For guidance on these, you can visit the Technology Guides section in Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module). IT Requirements for Staff and Students These guides explain the computing and IT requirements for staff and students for the 2020/21 academic year. For staff (PDF, 274 kB) For students (PDF, 259 kB) Record lectures for students to watch at their own time? Whilst a range of tools are available to record video, Kaltura is a centrally supported King’s tool which allows for end-to-end video recording, editing and uploading to KEATS. Please note: video files should not be directly uploaded to KEATS as the file size can cause KEATS to slow and modules to become unresponsive for students. Need to Know Top tips for recording video and audio (PDF Guide). Using Kaltura Personal Capture (PDF Guide) Detailed Guidance See the Delivering Asynchronous Teaching and Learning section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance on planning, recording content for asynchronous delivery. Information includes: Detailed guidance on Recording Video Content for Asynchronous Delivery. A self-paced KEATS module on Teaching Online. Online workshops to sign up for. Deliver an interactive lecture or tutorial online? Where considered necessary and where no students will likely be disadvantaged by this format (e.g. because of time zones), synchronous lectures can be delivered and be live streamed for students to attend online. Microsoft Teams Meetings is recommended for use with synchronous activities. Your faculty may have other webinar tools they use, contact your Faculty TEL Officer for more information on local provision. Need to Know Checklist for delivering synchronous teaching (PDF Guide) Microsoft Teams Meetings (PDF Guide) can be used to deliver a live lecture to up to 300 people. Detailed Guidance See the Delivering Synchronous Teaching and Learning section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance on planning and delivering synchronous online sessions. Information includes: Detailed guidance on delivering synchronous teaching and managing the online classroom. A self-paced KEATS module on Teaching Online (Webinars). Online workshops to sign up for. Design and structure my module? KEATS takes a new centrality for teaching and learning in 2020/21 and resources are available to support you in understanding in designing and structuring a module for a fully flexible delivery. Need to Know A Suggested Teaching Framework for Module Leads (PDF Guide) outlines core module content and accompanying/additional activities. Principles of Online Learning (webpage) provides guidance on approaches to inclusive practices, flexibility and sustainability. Detailed Guidance See the Designing Learning section of Flexible Teaching and Learning (internal KEATS module) for guidance on designing and structuring a module for flexible teaching and learning. Information includes: Detailed resources including Active learning in online courses (PDF Guide). Self-paced KEATS modules on Designing Online Learning. Online workshops to sign up for.