Resources for online teaching

While experimenting with how I would move my teaching to asynchronous online lectures, I have tested several solutions. To save others some work and unnecessary trial-and-errors, I created a series of video summarizing what I am using. The videos cover:

  • Part 1: How to create recordings of lectures using OBS
  • Part 2: How to edit
  • Part 3: How to compress
  • Part 4: How to upload/share them via Moodle
  • Part5: Jazz up your recordings with a green screen

These videos and the ones to come are available as a combined playlist on the lab Youtube channel:

Feel free to distribute the link [https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA0Rl-NSNsPHQ5LQ844FlPkiGtjqGTCdQ].


The lab is involved in the following teaching activities:

In the Biowissenschaften Bachelor, lectures in the Zyklusvorlesung in Plant Physiology (RNA silencing and epigenetics) as well as a seminar on “Small RNAs in development and Evolution”. We also host students for their Bsc thesis.
In the Molecular Biosciences master program we are active in the Molecular Plant Sciences, Stem Cell and Developmental Biology and Molecular Cell Biology majors. We offer lectures on RNA silencing, Plant development, Morphogenesis as well as practicals (Imaging, RNA biology). We also host students for their rotations and Msc thesis. 
HBIGS Graduate Program 
In HBIGS, we offer a practical course on Light-sheet Imaging.
Alexis occasionally gives lectures at the ENS in Paris (Msc) and Paris 7 university (Msc) (France)

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