The following guide is intended to support faculty teaching remotely to students via online tools. Teaching during a disruption like COVID-19 requires creativity and flexibility so that you can fulfill the essential learning goals of your course under new conditions.
LITS supports a number of tools that can achieve this goal. In this guide, we’ll discuss:
When teaching in a time of disruption, the goal is to try to replicate the essential learning goals in a new format, not necessarily replicate the original course design. This guide is designed to help you get up and running quickly, with the essentials in place.
Members of the Mount Holyoke teaching community are gathering on the Teaching and Learning Initiative's Moodle Site, which can be found here: TLI Moodle Site. The course is self-enroll, so any MHC community member who clicks the link can sign in and enroll themselves.
TLI is also curating resources and meeting dates at Virtual Talking About Teaching. Consultations with faculty colleagues with online teaching experience are available; see that document for details.
Mike Flynn and Sarah Bent (PaGE) are facilitating an Online Teaching Support Group, including webinar sessions and resource sharing. We'll have the webinars noted on our calendar above.
Valerie Barr (Computer Science) has collected resources on online learning here.