Introduction to Remote Teaching
George Lucas Educational Foundation | Oct 13, 2020This resource allows K-12 teachers to explore and share tips, strategies, and resources for teaching students in the social sciences.
Harvard University | Oct 12, 2020Teach Remotely is Harvard University’s guide to online teaching.
Victoria Funk, University of Oklahoma | Oct 8, 2020This essay explores the challenges faced by graduate teaching assistants during COVID-19.
Digital Pedagogical Design and the Humanities in the Age of COVID
Center for Renaissance Studies, The Newberry Library | Sep 14, 2020This Newberry Library session presents strategies for online course design that center student interaction and engagement in order to re-create the...
In the Virtual Classroom
Sonja G. Ostrow, Minerva Schools at KGI | Aug 31, 2020This article explores online instruction using video conferencing, such as Zoom.
Designing a Syllabus in a Global Mental Health Epidemic
Ada Palmer, University of Chicago | Aug 31, 2020This guide describes ways to adjust courses to be easier on students and instructors alike during the COVID-19 crisis.
Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research
Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists | Aug 28, 2020This “Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research” is meant to provide clarity...
Guide to Meeting Students' Individual Needs With Remote Teaching
Mark Liebman, Education Week | Aug 28, 2020This article provides information on accessibility and meeting students’ needs.
Leadership During Crisis
Kathy Callahan, Murray State University | Aug 27, 2020This article offers advice for department chairs on keeping communication channels open and expectations clear during the COVID-19 crisis.