Resources for Your Faculty

Teaching Online Is a New Experience

As the higher education community adapts to working remotely because of COVID-19, we asked our faculty to share their insights learned from decades of online teaching experience. We hope that these resources will help equip your faculty to tackle the coming weeks and months, and better serve your students as they finish up their studies online.

How to Best Engage Students in an Online Environment

When educators tried to just replicate the physical classroom with which they were familiar the approach often missed the point in terms of the unique challenges and opportunities that the online environment presented. Here are a few useful pointers to offer to help you be a good online instructor.

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Teaching Courses in the Online Format

I taught face-to-face courses for many years and then transitioned to teaching courses online. My four questions to them were these: How would you show presence in the course? What content would be provided? How would you engage the students? How would you assess the students?

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Developing Guidelines for Evaluating Work for Online Courses: A Primer

I’m an ardent proponent for the use of rubrics, written guides for assessing student work, and in this blog post, I will provide some practical advice for individual faculty on how to incorporate grading rubrics into online courses.

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Academic Integrity in an Online Environment

Faculty who are new to online teaching may be concerned that students will be more likely to cheat in an online class than in an in-person class.

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