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Here is a short list, of some ideas. You could not teach them all fully in a short time, some you may only introduce, discuss, compare: What is cloud: Just one or more servers on the internet. The advantage is that you don't have to invest in hardware. Cloud is tech marketing speak for “Somebody else's computer”. Cloud provider independence: Look at tools ...


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Let me give an idea, though it will shoot down your proposal, I guess. Face to face time with students is precious. Use it only for those things that are best done that way. Three or four hundred years ago lecture was very efficient since even books were unavailable and very expensive. A hundred years ago books became reasonable for a student to purchase ...


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I used to project from a computer with two monitors. One was mine, and had whatever I didn't want the students to see. The second was mirrored to the projector so anything I wanted them to see would show up. I'd also run Adobe Connect on that screen so that students could pull up the projected stuff on their own screens. Kept them from having to turn their ...


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I work on a Macintosh, but assume similar capabilities are available on other systems as well. My systems support multiple monitors and each monitor can show a separate desktop (or a section of a larger desktop). A window in one desktop can simply be dragged to another. If you just connect your regular monitor to one (physical or virtual) port and the ...


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Re too broad: I don't think the question necessarily is, but "Azure" is. I think you could spend an entire 5-hour session just listing Azure services without going into any detail on any of them (and in evidence of that I've been to a two-day MS training course on Azure which only managed to scrape the surface of less than 5% of the available services: it ...


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