As you probably know, Indiana University it moving all its classes online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. Instructors needing help with this shift can start at the Keep Teaching website, following up with individual consultation requests by contacting the CITL.
This blog contains additional suggestions to consider when moving your class online. Let us know if there are other topics you’d like us to address.
- Promoting Equity and Inclusion in the Shift to Remote Teaching—Collected Resources
- Gathering Feedback: Alternatives to the OCQ in Spring 2020
- Teaching One Day at a Time
- Sustaining a Sense of Community Online
- Tips for Creating Open-Book Exams
- Creating Lessons and Units: Packaging Course Content for an Online Setting
- Community-Engaged Learning: Reimagine and Recommit to Community
- Supporting Sudden Online Teaching as an Associate Instructor
- Ensuring Equitable Access to Your Classes (picking the right technologies)
- Handling Exams When Your Course Unexpectedly Moves Online
- Rethinking Attendance Policies When Moving Your Course Online
- Community Engaged Teaching during Suspension of Face-to-Face Classes
- Pivot Your Course: Adaptations for Temporary Online Teaching
- Preparing for COVID-19 Challenges