Online teaching is becoming more common every semester, and coupled with increasing demand for online learning opportunities, it is important to consider how course content is delivered and how to optimize it for online delivery. The instructional technology team and the Office of Distance Education are committed to assisting in development, implementation, facilitation, and evaluation of online teaching and learning, including real-time or asynchronous offerings, through the use of the best delivery technology platforms available.
- Getting Started Teaching Online
- Delivering Pre-Recorded Lectures Online
- Designing Your Online Course Checklist
- Writing Learning Objectives
- Online Assessment Best Practices
- Video on Assessing Student Learning Online
- Remote Instruction for Lab Courses
- Lecture Annotation in a Screen Sharing Session
- Five Essential Tools for Content, Collaboration, and Communication
- Student Evaluations and University Policies
- Best practices for teaching online
- Interactive Project Based Assignments
- Equipment Recommendations - Online and Blended Teaching
- Remote Teaching: Location, Lighting & Sound.
- RCEAS: Preparing to Teach in Fall 2020
- Zoom or Panopto?
- Free Tools & Tutorials