Welcoming Students to your Online EnvironmentApril 2, 2020 - ACUE (Association of College and University Educators) Learn practices to effectively welcome students to your online course in ways that support them and let them know that you are committed to their continued success, including the usage of specific methods like video, Q&A and social forums, as well as effective online communication techniques.
Managing Your Online PresenceApril 6, 2020 - ACUE (Association of College and University Educators) One of the most important aspects—if not the most important aspect—of any student’s learning is you, the instructor. Learn how to more effectively be involved in discussions, respond to questions, provide feedback and encouragement, so students feel more supported and engaged in your course.
Organize Your Online CourseApril 9, 2020 - one-hour, live webinar includes Q&A with participants and is recorded and hosted by ACUE (Association of College and University Educators)
Recording Effective MicrolecturesApril 17, 2020 - ACUE - Microlectures are short (6 minutes or less), instructor-produced videos that are designed using a structured format to provide effective explanations of a single key concept or specific skill set. Learn how to use this format to help maintain student attention and allow students to reengage with the content when and if needed.
Moodle by eThink for Higher EducationMar 31, 2020 - 1 hour long webinar, some of this is very basic and a bit of a sales pitch, but the middle/end gives lots of great ideas for Moodle use.
The Quality Matters Emergency Remote Instruction (ERI) Checklist is a tiered list of considerations, tips, and actionable strategies to enact during an institutional move to temporary remote instruction of classroom-based courses. It is presented in three phases, according to prioritized needs: