Key Resources for Fall 2020
As faculty prepare for their Fall courses, the following resources may be of interest. Each resource page has links to more related resources. If there is a particular topic or question that you have, please contact an instructional designer assigned to your college.
Trauma-Informed Pedagogy requires having an awareness of our students’ experiences and the effects of those experiences on students’ ability to learn.
In this article, we’ll look at the tools in Canvas, VidGrid, and Zoom that can give you some insights into student engagement and metrics.
In an online course, it is easy for students to feel isolated. They are, in most cases, physically isolated from their peers, so intentional community-building is necessary to help counter feelings of remoteness.
Instructors need a good way to know who will be online or in the classroom. One tool that addresses this problem rather neatly is the Canvas Calendar.
Assessing student learning involves asking what your students need to know or be able to do. And, what would be the best evidence of progress?
Considering proctoring exams? Use this helpful decision tree to find the best method to use with your class.
This resource page aims to help faculty prepare for the first week of classes.
Instructors were provided with strategies that have a significant impact on online learning, especially for the first week of classes.
The goal of this workshop was to provide faculty with an overview of the interrelationship between accessibility and Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
When designing courses, either online or in-person, it is essential to remember that not all of our students are the same.
In light of fall 2020, colleges created inventive course model designs to help instructors prepare their courses.