Remote Teaching Resources
Figuring out how to offer our face-to-face classes remotely, ASAP, is no easy task. Sure, there are many websites, articles, and books devoted to the topic of online teaching, but where do you start when time is of the essence? Building on the resources available through SCU's Instructional Continuity website, the Faculty Collaborative for Teaching Innovation has started a daily email series called, "Instructional Continuity Resource of the Day." Each email addresses just one question you may be grappling with in the process of moving your courses online. Here, you'll find an archieve of all of the questions we've covered so far. We'll also post some additional resources that may be of interest.
If you have ideas for other topics and resources you'd like to see featured, let us know here.
General Principles for Approaching Instructional Continuity:
- "Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start" (Chronicle of Higher Ed article by Michelle Miller)
- "So You Want to Temporarily Teach Online" (Inside Higher Ed article by Stephanie Moore and Charles Hodges)
- "Completing a Face-To-Face Course Online Following a Campus Mandate" (blog post by Todd Zakrajsek and Kathryn Smith)
- Online Teaching Toolkit (from the Association of College & Univeristy Educators)
- "Eight Steps for a Smoother Transition to Online Teaching" (Faculty Focus article by J.A. Miller)
- Teaching and Learning Online (Handbook from the University of Massachusetts)
- Open Educational Resources from Humboldt State University (hover over the disciplinary clusters in the sidebar navigation to find resources for your specific discipline)
- Collection of Online Teaching Resources (crowd-sourced document with discipline-specific resources)
- Teaching with Compassion and Focus Amid Disruption (crowd-sourced document with discipline-specific resources)
- For more resources, visit our discipline-specific resources page