From Bard -- collection of low-tech assignments that the Center for Experimental Humanities developed for use during the COVID-19 pandemic. Assignments could be applied beyond humanities contexts: the webinar on the page includes a discussion led by Maria Sachiko Cecire, Associate Professor of Literature and Director of the Center for Experimental Humanities, and Gabriel Perron, Assistant Professor of Biology, where they discuss applying these approaches.
This repository of free, openly licensed content included resources created by Louisiana faculty and items aligned to the courses most commonly taught in the state.
This page from the Association of American Publishers aggregates information from the largest commercial textbook publishers as they respond to the pandemic by extending offerings to students.
Originally created by Dr. Daphnie Sicre at Loyola Marymount University. Covers resources for subdisciplines of theatre.
Approaches to technique, choreography, performance, and collaboration via the Dance Studies Association. Also this document provides resources and links to webinar recordings: Considerations for Moving University Dance Classes Online.
Includes free and at-a-cost resources and ideas for ways to approach classes online. There is also a Facebook Group for Music Education.
Covers online classes, rehearsals, performances, and a variety of tools and resources for music engineering.
A public Facebook group with conversation to share resources and problem solve challenges.
Assay is collecting lesson plans and best practices to help colleagues make the shift from face-to-face to online teaching as the need arises. Go to this page to see resources to date.
“To help us think and teach about contagion, global health, and community in a time of social distancing and fear, we are collecting contributions to this crowd-sourced syllabus, which focuses on literary, historical, philosophical/religious, and cultural aspects of the current health crisis and its history.”
A free, openly licensed book that helps instructors move their classes online using the PARS approach.
Patricia Akhimie, Associate Professor of English at Rutgers University-Newark, provides colleagues with suggestions for teaching online and a walkthrough of her online class, Shakespeare: Early Works.
Provides tips for thinking about the online course in addition to resources.
Suggestions for Intro to Religious Studies, New Testament, seminar courses, and more.
Includes resources to reflect and make a plan, decide on an approach and select tools, and revise class assignments and activities. There is also a collection of resource guides that address teaching in the current moment, digital pedagogy, and discipline-specific concerns.
Interactive discussion with WCET (WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies) members about teaching college sciences classes during an emergency. Participants include science faculty from Oregon State, U of Central Florida, and Colorado Community Colleges.
Recommendations for instructor-created labs, lab kits, and virtual labs and simulations.
From the American Society for Microbiology. Includes general tips and links to ASM teaching resources.
Veterans of teaching chemistry online offer advice for professors challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Includes resources for various subdisciplines of chemistry.
Private Facebook group.
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