1G. More Tips and Ideas from Colleagues

Section 1: Toolkit

A meta resource compiled by Jacqueline Wernimont (Dartmouth, USA) & Cathy N. Davidson (CUNY Grad Center, USA). Includes resources for teaching online, digital tools and uses, tutorials, ideas for assignments, and more.

Astronomy prof Andrew Vanden Huevel offers ten clear and concise tips for how to make online course material clear and concise.

Steel Wagstaff's quick guide to considerations when moving online quickly.

A structured way to think through putting your course online quickly.

Dr. Lindsey Passenger Wieck on Pedagogy Playground offers simple ideas based on pragmatism and kindness - and familiar tools like Google Docs.

A step-by-step tutorial for online, hybrid, and flipped learning.

A resource that may be useful to share with your students.

Dr. Peggy Semingson offers six short YouTube tutorials on teaching online during a campus shutdown.

Professor Rebecca Kreitzer from UNC Chapel Hill provides tips for using Slack, YouTube, and the online Learning Management System to deliver course content.

Data Scientist Elizabeth Wickes shares tips on running an online workshop.


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