@yvanlebras @abretaud hey y'all. So @shiltemann and I rewrote the IOs to match the new structure. Please check that the skills & competencies (first half of IO) are OK for you. Then please check that the listed submodules are OK. If you want to add more submodules, go for it.
@yvanlebras the ones I wrote for you are not so good. please check them (compare with IO1 or IO2) and maybe expand the contents a bit? If you can think of other decomposable submodules (maybe the modelling part is a standalone thing), then give it another submodule.
@abretaud I'm designating you as our proefkonijn (guinea pig, but in dutch it's a "test rabbit", thought you'd appreciate that) for video conferencing software
as a risk management strategy we'll test jitsi (https://jitsi.org/) as an alternative to zoom that doesn't require a license to host the training, and we'll do it in only one of the IOs.
ah from their github
We designed BigBlueButton for online learning (though it can be used for many other applications). The educational use cases for BigBlueButton are
Oh here it is
Online learning - BigBlueButton extends these core features to enable a teacher to engage students for learning. For example, a tutor can use BigBlueButton’s multi-user whiteboard to help a student with solving a difficult math problem. BigBlueButton has built-in integrations with all the major learning management systems (LMS), including Canvas, Jenzabar, Moodle, Sakai, and Schoology. It also supports Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) 1.0 for integration with other LMS systems (such as Blackboard and D2L).