Online Teaching Guides
Use What You Know
Kevin Gannon, Grand View University | Jul 27, 2020This article is an introduction to online teaching tools for new online instructors, whose primary experience is in face-to-face classrooms...
Transitioning to Online Teaching
Steven Mintz, University of Texas at Austin | Jul 27, 2020This article discusses steps historians should take to quickly adapt history courses to an online format in the context of a rapid transition to remote instruction.
Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research
Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists | Jul 27, 2020This “Public Statement of Library Copyright Specialists: Fair Use & Emergency Remote Teaching & Research” is meant to provide clarity...
Behaviors and Strategies for Improving Online Instructor Presence
Michelle Pacansky-Brock | Jul 27, 2020This resource describes behaviors and strategies that help make online students’ learning more relevant and increase instructors’ investment in their class.
Journal of Interactive Online Learning
Vivian H. Wright, Executive Editor, University of Alabama | Jul 27, 2020The Journal of Interactive Online Learning focuses on providing a venue for manuscripts, critical essays, and reviews that encompass disciplinary and interdisciplinary...
Designing a Syllabus in a Global Mental Health Epidemic
Ada Palmer, University of Chicago | Jul 27, 2020This guide describes ways to adjust courses to be easier on students and instructors alike during the COVID-19 crisis.
C3 Teachers | Jul 27, 2020The Inquiry Design Model (IDM) is a distinctive approach to creating curriculum and instructional materials.
Digital Pedagogical Design and the Humanities in the Age of COVID
Center for Renaissance Studies, The Newberry Library | Jul 27, 2020This Newberry Library session presents strategies for online course design that center student interaction and engagement in order to re-create the...
Liberté, Equality, #ICan'tBreathe!
Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall | Jul 27, 2020This peer-reviewed essay offers suggestions on how the 2020 summer basketball restart can help students connect the present to the eighteenth century.