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Tools for Success - Teaching Online 2020

This guide is for faculty members looking for tools that can help them be successful facilitators of online education. Specifically created during the COVID-19 crisis, the tools listed in this guide can be useful for anyone teaching distance courses.

 

 

 Tools for Success 
  Teaching Online in 2020

 

 

 

 

 

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This guide is for faculty members looking for tools that can help them be successful facilitators of online education. Specifically created during the COVID-19 crisis to make it easier to move courses online, the tools listed in this guide can be useful for anyone in distance education.

Using the menu options on the left, review (or discover) tools and resources to make online learning life easier and/or more effective... for you and your students. 

Want more content like this?

right arrow View all Library Help Guides, which includes resources such as our Distance Student Guide

pencil icon Visit the Quality Matters Emergency Remote Instruction Checklist (ERIC) 



Logo: Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities

In this online guide from the APLU, find information for: Delivering quality online education at scale; Providing equitable access to online education; Assessing student learning outcomes in the online environment; Adjusting academic policies and practices given COVID-19; Supporting remote advising; Supporting students’ basic and mental health needs during this crisis period; Supporting choices about when and how to re-open this fall; Maximizing enrollment for fall and reducing summer melt; Making informed decisions in IT; Re-starting research activity and re-opening labs; Effective community engagement online considering COVID-19.


 

Logo: WVNET Teaching and Learning Commons

Visit the Teaching & Learning Commons: Professional Development Resources via WVNET, the premier technology education destination for West Virginia's educations. Visit their Training Calendar for July, which includes (or will include) programming on topics such as: Banner, Online Learning, Cybersecurity, Open Educational Resources and much more. Cost: they will be offering free and small fee sessions (fees will be listed on final calendar).