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Faculty Online Teaching Resources April 7, 2020

by Laurie Blandino on 2020-04-07T13:37:53-05:00 | Comments

What (Some) Students Are Saying about the Switch to Remote Teaching and Learning

Learning what is and isn't working for students is invaluable, but it is especially important as courses are being developed rapidly, iteratively, and under pressure. The article shares 6 things students are saying about this switch.


Online Learning in a Hurry Video Series

By Dave Cormier, Learning Specialist at the University of Windsor. A video series, covering a range of topics, to support educators in their quick transition to teaching online.


Remote Working: Setting Yourself and Your Teams Up for Success

From LinkedIn Learning. This is a collection of micro-courses on remote working, to help people stay confident and productive as they transition to work and learn from home.


Keep Teaching During Prolonged Campus or Building Closures

Guide from Indiana University contains resources and actions to take when shifting from face-to-face to online instruction.


Rule of 2’s: Keeping it Simple as You Go Remote for COVID19

Use this documentation tool to evaluate what’s most important for us to rethink as we use our precious hours and days to redesign our courses for online and/or remote learning. You can export your answers when you're done and work with a colleague, friend, instructional designer, or student to talk through your answers.


Rapid Course Conversion into an Online Modality: A Focus on Pedagogy

Provides 10 steps for moving a course online.


How to Organize an Online Conference

Following a successful online conference, organizers share their tips and advice on how to organize an online conference. Could also be applied to a poster session.


Support for Moving Your Course Online With OpenStax

OpenStax has collected resources that they hope will be helpful to anyone who is teaching their courses remotely, including tips for moving courses online, online homework software that’s being offered for free this semester, and curated community resources.


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