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, emphasizing the importance of thinking through your goals for the course and focusing on the ones—like data analysis, data presentation, etc.—that can be accomplished remotely. Adam List, who leads the Organic Chemistry labs at Vanderbilt, planned to videotape a graduate student completing experiments, posting the video in short segments that are accompanied by questions. For example, if a student is purifying a product, the video might show an extraction procedure. The accompanying question might ask students which fraction their product would be in. This approach can enable students to approximate the cognitive work of the lab.
- Instead of delivering live lectures or demonstrations, consider using a screencasting tool to record ahead of time when the house is quiet, and then add the lecture video to your course for student viewing.
- Instead of facilitating live discussions, consider asynchronous discussions. Students can post when they are able, and the instructor can review the posts and add to the discussion when they are able.