Learning Design in the School of Mathematics

Learning Design in the School of Mathematics

A record of work of the first Learning Designer in the School of Mathematics

Sharing mathematical working synchronously online

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On Friday 15 May, I led a meeting to discuss and trial several possible ways of working collaboratively online on a mathematical task or activity.

The following paper is the output of that exercise. It compares several possible solutions, including the use of phone camera as a document cameras, the use of shared notebooks such as OneNote and the use of online whiteboards.

2020-05-22 Sharing mathematical working synchronously

See also: Sharing mathematical writing – using video (blog post by George Kinnear)

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