Posted March 17th, 2020
Asynchronous classes do not mean that students can’t engage with each other and actively participate in class. Learn how you can support asynchronous collaboration and communication with Moodle.
Posted March 17th, 2020
The Peer Mentors & Office of Academic Support Services developed this quick guide for students on how to be successful as a new online learner.
Posted March 17th, 2020
H-Net's Repository of Resources for Teaching Online is a network sharing resources with educators facing mandatory online teaching environments due to the Covid-19 threat.
Posted March 16th, 2020
When teaching online, it is important to know our students' needs and previous online experiences that might affect their online learning. This survey shares some questions you can ask.
Posted March 14th, 2020
LITS has published a detailed document to help faculty use Microsoft Teams for teaching online.
Posted March 12th, 2020
Harvard University has created an excellent webpage with best practices, available tools, and how to get support for teaching your classes online.
Posted March 11th, 2020
This panel discussion addresses critical questions for language instructors as they create and communicate their contingency plans for language classes.
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Posted March 11th, 2020
In this post, we share a resource from Digital Learning & Inquiry at Middlebury College on moving in-person lab activities, which often require physical materials, to the online environment.
Posted March 11th, 2020
In this post, we share the link to a The Chronicle of Higher Education text by Michelle D. Miller on how higher education institutions are swinging into action to move courses online.
Posted March 10th, 2020
Do you need to meet remotely with one or all of your students? The College supports two alternatives: Skype For Business and Teams. Learn which platform is best for your class.