We've collected links to online teaching resources. If you know of other good resources, please let us know: email@example.com.
Swarthmore Academic Technology Workshops
Enroll in our ITS Workshops Moodle page for access to the following recordings and materials:
- Moodle Refresher
- Moodle Best Practices
- Interactive Techniques for Blended/ Hybrid Learning
- Doing More with Moodle: Using Rubrics for Student Success
- Online Assessment in Moodle
- Google Apps for Collaboration and Group Work
- On-Campus Remote Teaching Studios
- DIY Home Teaching Studio
- Alternative Grading Methods
- Assignment Redesign: Connecting Content, Pedagogy, and Technology
- Building Online Community
General Remote Teaching Resources
Teaching Models for Remote and Blended Courses - from Clemson's Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation
Stanford has an informative site for faculty teaching remotely, including a set of best practices for lectures, lab activities, fostering collaboration among students, and assessing student work.
Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption - from Stanford (Jenae Cohn and Beth Seltzer)
Going Online in a Hurry - Vanderbilt
Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Hybrid Course Resources
HyFlex Course Design Examples - example 50 and 75 minute sessions with details for teaching the same course to Synchronous in person, Blended online, and Asynchronous online students. From Kevin Kelly's article, "COVID-19 Planning for Fall 2020: A Closer Look at Hybrid-Flexible Course Design".
Strategies for Exams During Remote Learning - from Amherst's Center for Teaching and Learning
Unproctored Online Assessments - University of Wisconsin Extended Campus Resource
Best Practices for Online Tests - Pepperdine
Thwarting online exam cheating without proctor supervision - Jr, Cluskey, & Ehlen, Craig & Raiborn, Mitchell. (2011). Journal of Academic and Business Ethics.
Restructuring Natural Science Labs for Remote Teaching - from Amherst's Center for Teaching and Learning
Remote Science Labs - from The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard
Firsthand or secondhand data in school labs: It does not make a difference - Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res. 16, 013102 – Published 9 March 2020
7 Things You Should Know About Virtual Labs - EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative