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We've collected links to online teaching resources from other schools.  If you know of other good resources, please let us know:  

General Teaching Resources

Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) COVID-19 Resources - links to liberal arts college Coronavirus resource pages

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.

Daniel Stanford, Director of Faculty Development and Technology Innovation in DePaul University's Center for Teaching and Learning has a long list of Remote Teaching Resources for Business Continuity from colleges and universities across the country.

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

Teaching in context of COVID-19Jacqueline Wernimont (Dartmouth, USA), Cathy N. Davidson (CUNY Grad Center, USA)


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 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


Resources for moving dance-based pedagogy online

Studio Art

Ideas for teaching clay online

Worst Case Scenario

If worst comes to worst ...

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