Online Pedagogy Resources

Many colleges have produced, or are updating, emergency guidelines for teaching online. Here are a few that are particularly thorough.

Oberlin College & Conservatory: Alexia Hudson-Ward's PowerPoint, Online Presentation & Self-Care Tips for Teaching Online.

Oberlin College Community Based Learning/Research: scroll to the COVID-19 Green Box

Great Lakes Colleges Association/Global Liberal Arts Alliance, Consortium for Teaching and Learning offers: GOING ONLINE FAST: Resources to help you move your instruction online.

Kansas State University Global Campus has created an interactive online community to share resources and advice for planning academic continuity.

The University of California at Santa Cruz has put together this guide on teaching during unplanned events. It offers both technical and pedagogical advice. 

Indiana University has developed a “Keep Teaching” guide that walks instructors through different scenarios, including complex ones, such as how to replicate lab activities online.

Daniel Stanford, director of faculty development and technology innovation at the DePaul University Center for Teaching and Learning, created a handy Google document with links to remote-teaching resources at various colleges. Readers can add their own college’s resources to the list.

More Thoughts on Teaching Remotely

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Technology RERC: Accessibility Tips for a Better Zoom/Virtual Meeting Experience.

Tools for Promoting Disability Access and Inclusion from Explore Access.

Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research.

The Chronicle of Higher Education's "Moving Online Now - How to Keep Teaching During Coronavirus".

The Chronicle of Higher Education's "How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course Online".

In an essay for Educause Review and on his blog, Perry J. Sampson, an engineering professor at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, shares advice on student engagement when teaching remotely.

Michelle D. Miller, a psychology professor at Northern Arizona University, has written this advice piece for The Chronicle about how to go online in a hurry.

For readers who have a bit more time to think about developing effective online teaching strategies, check out three of our free advice guides: How to Be a Better Online Teacher, How to Give Your Students Better Feedback With Technology, and How to Make Smart Choices About Tech for Your Course.

Dance Studies AssociationResources for Moving Dance-Based Pedagogy Online

Brown University: The Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning
Inclusive Approaches to Support Student Assignments During Times of Disruption

GLCA Crossroads Shared Languages Program: This shared language program offers instruction to students via video conferencing; their GLCA Crossroads Shared Languages Program website offers a variety of remote teaching resources.

Syllabus

Sample Syllabi

Oberlin College Faculty Pedagogy-Related Scholarship

Homegrown Resources

External Links

The Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) Consortium for Teaching and Learning provides online access for short research annotations compiled by Teagle Pedagogy fellows to help time-pressed faculty find the one or two essential articles in the field. Essays for Action offer longer, researched articles about teaching and learning written by GLCA affiliated faculty.

Other external resources include:

Archive

Weekly postings for CTIE Founder and former Director, Steve Volk: 

Educational Technology

GTC works with the Oberlin Center for Technologically Enhanced Teaching (OCTET) to help faculty think about what their course objectives are and how technology could help them achieve their objectives. The OCTET team works with faculty in specific areas to help implement and maintain the technological resources they use to teach and engage students.