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==How to: Digital collaboration?==
*[[Teams]] is UiB's preferred platform for digital collaboration. It offers functionality for online meetings, file and desktop sharing, chat, task management, etc. [[Teams| Les mer om bruk av Teams her]].  
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* '''[[Teams]] is UiB's preferred platform for digital collaboration.''' It offers functionality for online meetings, file and desktop sharing, chat, task management, etc. [[Teams| Read more about Teams here]].  
* [https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-ringe-i-skype-for-business-364014d5-6e33-418e-8bde-48120091aeca| Skype for Business] may also be used for calls and meetings. You may also call outside phone numbers.
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* '''[https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-ringe-i-skype-for-business-364014d5-6e33-418e-8bde-48120091aeca| Skype for Business]''' may also be used for calls and meetings. You may also call outside phone numbers.
* [https://hjelp.uib.no/tas/public/ssp/content/detail/service?unid=39bce7ec566343bdbf8c289bc122128f Zoom] may also be used for digital meetings as an alternative to Teams and Skype for business.
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* '''Zoom''' may be used as an alternative for digital meeting (but does not offer the same functionality for file sharing and collaboration as Teams). Log on to [https://uib.zoom.us/ uib.zoom.us] to start or participate in Zoom meetings. [https://hjelp.uib.no/tas/public/ssp/content/detail/service?unid=39bce7ec566343bdbf8c289bc122128f See more information in UiBhjelp.]
 
 
  
 
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'''How to: Online meetings'''
 
'''How to: Online meetings'''
 
* [https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-manage-meetings-ba44d0fd-da3c-4541-a3eb-a868f5e2b137?omkt=en-US&ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US| Use Teams]
 
* [https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-manage-meetings-ba44d0fd-da3c-4541-a3eb-a868f5e2b137?omkt=en-US&ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US| Use Teams]
* [https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-schedule-a-skype-for-business-meeting-69a3716c-7eaf-42fe-907e-4b63ce13565d?omkt=en-001&ui=en-US&rs=en-001&ad=US| Use Outlook to schedule a meeting in Teams or Skype.] If the Teams button in Outlook is not available, log in to desktop.uib.no and call the meeting there.  
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* [https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-schedule-a-skype-for-business-meeting-69a3716c-7eaf-42fe-907e-4b63ce13565d?omkt=en-001&ui=en-US&rs=en-001&ad=US| Use Outlook to schedule a meeting in Teams or Skype.] If the Teams button in Outlook is not available, log in to desktop.uib.no and call the meeting there.
 
 
  
 
==How to move from classroom to online teaching and learning?==
 
==How to move from classroom to online teaching and learning?==

Revision as of 11:53, 25 March 2020

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UiB's information page about the corona virus Recommendations for Online Teaching and Learning Study from home

How to: work from home?

To access what you normally use at work (software, documents etc.), you may use these services. Which one(s) you need depends on what you will be doing:


Note:

  • Please use VPN only when required, as it impairs the UiB infrastructure/network performance.
  • If you experience slow performance or interruptions when working from home, try using desktop.uib.no (a.k.a. "skrivebord.uib.no"). This gives a complete "UiB desktop" and has moderate requirements for network capacity.
  • See also our page with advice on working from home

How to: Digital collaboration?

  • Teams is UiB's preferred platform for digital collaboration. It offers functionality for online meetings, file and desktop sharing, chat, task management, etc. Read more about Teams here.
  • Skype for Business may also be used for calls and meetings. You may also call outside phone numbers.
  • Zoom may be used as an alternative for digital meeting (but does not offer the same functionality for file sharing and collaboration as Teams). Log on to uib.zoom.us to start or participate in Zoom meetings. See more information in UiBhjelp.

Note:

  • We recommend using a headset with a microphone, not the computer's built-in speaker and microphone. Please see more information about ordering.
    If you need a headset, contact us via UiBhjelp.
    Even if you only have a headeset without microphone, this will give better sound quality than loudspeakers. (When you combine headset with the computer's built-in microphone.)

How to: Online meetings

How to move from classroom to online teaching and learning?

UiB has recently introduced two new services for remote learning:

  • Kaltura: Used for recording lectures. Lecturers are encouraged to use recordings rather than live teaching sessions. Recordings may be done at your own convenience, have less risk of errors, ant the students may peruse the recording several times.
  • Zoom: is used were Kaltura is not suitable, e.g. live seminars with need for interaction between lecturer and students and group discussions or work. Zoom has functions for breakout-rooms, where students may be divided into groups.


How to perform digital PhD examinations?

Please read these recommendations for digital PhD examinations.


Where to get help?

  • The primary point of contact for both staff and students is UiBhelp.
  • The IT service desk BRITA has extended its opening hours to 8 am-6 pm (08:00-18:00) on telephone 55 58 47 00.
  • We are also availble on chat: itchat.uib.no 8:30 am-3:30 pm (08:30-15:30).

When you submit a request to us, please help us by:

  • supplying all relevant information (e.g. machine name)
  • supplying a mobile phone number vi kan reach you on.
  • download Teamviewer in advance if you think we may help you by connecting to your computer remotely (remote assitance).


Please be aware that this special situation is also exploited for computer crime! Se e.g. BBC's "Coronavirus: How hackers are preying on fears of Covid-19".


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