- About CEE
- CEE Anti-Racist Pedagogies Program: HRJ
- Certificate Program in University Teaching and Learning
- Decolonization and Indigenization
- Inclusion in the Classroom Week
- Instructional Skills Workshop
- Remote Teaching Forum 2021
- Rethinking Course Design
- Special Events
- Symposium on Teaching and Learning
- TA/TM Day
- Teaching Matters Seminar Series
- Voice and Presentation Skills
- Tea and Teachings
- Past Events
- Healing from Racism Journey's first year comes to a close
- Inviting TAs to share their teaching strategies
- 32nd National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
- Teaching and learning with chat tools
- Learning from remote instruction
- Lecture recording and AV support for in-person instruction
- 813,000 Zoom meetings: How IT Services handled the move to remote instruction
- National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
- Reflections on Inclusion in the Classroom Week
- Welcome to your new Zoom classroom
- Kevin Lam: “Students appreciate every little thing we do that shows that we care”
- Sheri Fabian: “I embraced a flexible approach”
- Sarah Johnson: “The biggest change I made was to switch to asynchronous delivery”
- Nicky Didicher: “I’m finding my job less exhilarating”
- Mark Lechner: “You have to be OK with things going sideways”
- Nienke van Houten: “They really valued my clear and upfront approach”
- How can we support remote instruction at SFU?
- Crowdmark: A more efficient way to grade student assessments
- The unexpected benefits of a shorter syllabus
- Photo gallery: Talking shop at Teaching Matters
- Watch the video: Faculty members discuss SFU's new instructor-led online course model
- Bridges and booster rockets: CEE's new senior director talks about teaching support
- Meet the Centre for Educational Excellence leadership team
- A biology instructor rethought her students’ role—and her own
- Photo gallery: SFU’s 24th Annual Spring TA/TM Day
- Photo gallery: SFU's 9th Annual Winter Warm-up
- If you build it, will they come?
- “My students didn’t look like they were having fun”: Three additions to the TA/TM Stories podcast series
- An upgraded Canvas Gradebook is coming in January
- Share your thoughts on the furniture in SFU classrooms
- DEMOfest presenter slides
- Photo gallery: 5th Annual DEMOfest
- Teamwork needs to be taught
- TA/TM Stories: Three new podcasts explore the teaching experiences of grad students
- Can it be done? A math instructor attempts to indigenize her course
- Answers to your questions about SFU's new approach to online education
- Photo gallery: The CEE Open House
- Do you know your faculty teaching fellow?
- Instructor-led online courses: How one faculty member prepared for the new model
- Photo gallery: SFU's 34th Annual Fall TA/TM Day draws a crowd
- Connecting people and crossing artificial divides: An interview with Elizabeth Elle
- Don't say this to your class—a student shares his experience
- How one lecturer is using podcasts to make course concepts more real in her online course
- Photo gallery: Rain, burgers and smiles at the 2019 President's Employee BBQ
- Five questions and answers about the creation of CEE
- A redesign made this course more engaging for students—and the instructor
- CPUTL: A graduate student describes her experience
- CEE Staff Login
Lecture recording and AV support for in-person instruction
To help instructors prepare for the return to in-person learning and teaching this fall, IT Services recently shared information about technology support for classroom instruction. Here’s a summary of that information.
- IT Services uses Mediasite to offer automated scheduled recordings in supported rooms.
- The recordings can capture the lecturer at the podium and/or any images going through the projector.
- The recordings can be distributed through Canvas and are accessible at stream.sfu.ca.
- Instructors can make adjustments to their recordings through a browser-based video editor.
- There are also a number of lecture theatres that capture audio only; the sound recordings are automatically recorded and uploaded to lectures.its.sfu.ca.
Find out how to book recording services at www.sfu.ca/information-systems/services/lecture-recording.html.
Booking audiovisual equipment
- IT Services loans laptops, wireless clip-on microphones, document cameras and other audiovisual equipment to instructors on all three SFU campuses.
- Note that overhead projectors have been removed from fifth-floor AQ classrooms at the Burnaby campus.
- Note that the SFU Library loans video adapters on all three SFU campuses.
Find out how to book equipment at www.sfu.ca/information-systems/services/equipment-loans.html.
Continued support for remote/online instruction
Even after the transition back to mostly in-person instruction, there may be times when classes need to take place remotely or online.
- IT Services has information about SFU Zoom at www.sfu.ca/information-systems/services/zoom.html.
- The Centre for Educational Excellence has information about resources for remote instruction, including the web conferencing tool Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, at www.sfu.ca/cee/services/online-remote-teaching.html.