The following Teaching Tips offer relevant “how-tos,“ friendly reminders and simple solutions you can implement into your new distance courses. Many have been updated in response to the current coronavirus situation.
If you’re completely new to online teaching, these recommendations from experienced online instructors can help.
Blackboard is big and it’s easy to miss useful features. Here are three scenarios you might find yourself in and three Blackboard features that could help you out.
When adapting your course for distance delivery, you’ll also have new accessibility concerns. This tip focuses on three big “buckets“ that are important when considering accessibility in your course and some links to help get you started.
Most of you are using Zoom a lot these days. Here’s a rundown of what it is, what it can do and best practices during this unprecedented time.
UA has been using Kaltura Mediaspace for about three years. This post has five quick tips that will make you handy with video in your course or work.
You’re likely setting up your course for distance delivery as the semester progresses. This post will help save you time.
Your original plan for final exams may no longer be an option. Investigate some alternatives to traditional exams, papers and presentations.
You are unbelievably busy right now. Here are some ways to pause and take a breath.
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