PGDip in Labour Law: Successful Streaming of Lectures via a Document Camera – Hybrid Teaching Spaces A1 & A2 [March – April 2021]

Lecturers (Roger Ronnie, Ernest Booys, and Mario Jacobs) from the Law Faculty and Guest Speakers successfully hosted an online Orientation Programme and a series of online lectures for their Post -Graduate Diploma in Labour Law (PGL711) between March and April 2021.

 Hybrid Teaching / Streaming: Making use of Document Camera & Google Meet

The CIECT,  AVS team demonstrated the Hybrid Teaching system to the Faculty in February 2021. The online orientation and lectures were conducted making use of the Document Camera in venues A1 and A2 and streamed with Google Meet.

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The lecturers met face-to-face within venues A1 & A2 and streamed the lectures, enabling more than fifty students to log into the sessions from various geographical settings.

The lecturers introduced themselves and gave a breakdown of the course. A pre-recorded message from the Dean was played and students were able to engage with the lecturers and a guest speaker from the CCMA.

In the weeks that followed the lecturer adopted the Hybrid Teaching approach by going to campus and teaching from the physical venue to students logging on remotely.

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AVS Team addressed technical set-up and monitored orientation session

The CIECT, AVS team facilitated technical aspects of the sessions in order for participants (students) to:

  • See and hear the presenters,
  • View the presentations,
  • Listen to pre-recorded messages, and
  • Engage with the lecturers.

Training 

The CIECT, AVS team is offering training on untilising the Hybrid Teaching systems to lecturers. Requests for training can be sent to the Servicedesk. Please indicate that Hybrid Teaching training is required from AVS in the requests. Also indicate how many individuals will be attending the session. 

For any additional information on Hybrid Teaching please Contact the CIECT team.

Clint Braaf: cbraaf@uwc.ac.za

Eugene Alfred: ealfred@uwc.ac.za

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