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The Lone Ranger had escaped many dangers, but this time, the situation was hopeless. Back to the wall with 200 wild Indians surrounding him. He turned to his faithful sidekick, Tonto, and said "what will we do now?" Tonto replied, "who's 'we', paleface?" The needs of the administrators, students, teachers are all different. In other words, "who's '...


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I am using zoom, and getting better attendance sometimes than in my face-to-face classes. Modified tools for getting interaction: 1. I ask students to put a number from 1 to 5 in the chat to rate their understanding. 2. I ask for a brave volunteer to work with me sometimes, and I walk that one student through, asking them to give me a next step, etc. ...


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I have/had a few courses on Udemy and have a few hundred YT videos, so I've been down this road a couple times. My current set up: Blue Yeti microphone, \$130. You can probably get away with a built-in laptop microphone. I needed something better because of Udemy's requirements. Presentations in PowerPoint and/or $\LaTeX$, \$0. Well, PowerPoint might ...


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Wanted to make this a comment but don't have enough reputation. There's Scratchwork and WorldWideWhiteboard that do what you want. They allow you to write in latex and it appears automatically on the board.


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I usually present (live) lectures by using Beamer to prepare a PDF document with slides that are about half-completed, and I then use PDF Expert on an iPad to project this. The slides contain things like the definitions (which I don't want to waste time writing out) but then I illustrate, explain and give examples using an Apple Pencil. Students can ...


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