- IU Online Faculty Starter Kit offers quick, thorough orientation for teaching online
The Starter Kit covers two main areas: designing and teaching an online course. It also includes details on course accessibility, university policies, and outcomes assessment.
- Centers for teaching, learning help IU faculty prepare for fall
IU's centers for teaching and learning have seen unprecedented levels of interest from faculty seeking training and assistance in preparation for fall classes due to the pandemic.
- New Pressbook: Online Course Development Basics
Jump-start your move to teaching and learning online due to COVID-19: Start with a clear plan, focus on active and engaged teaching and learning, and identify and organize course materials.
- New content in the Canvas Semester Checklist Pressbook
Practical advice on managing classes where half the class meets one day and the other half another day (e.g., creating and using ad hoc sections)
- Webinars to help with preparation and planning for fall 2020
- Virtual realities: Faculty share experiences with online teaching
For some instructors, spring 2020 was their first experience with online instruction. For others, it was a familiar teaching model. Inside IU talked with four IU faculty about their experiences.
- Quality over modality: Rob Elliott purposeful in constructing courses for fall
The 2020 Distinguished Teaching award winner will be teaching half of his classes in person and the others synchronously. Elliott's more introductory courses will be held in person.
- IUanyWare brings IU's virtual campus together
Need to access a high-speed version of Adobe InDesign on an older laptop? Proctor a remote exam for 100s of students? Or, maintain critical research using sensitive data, from home?
- Indiana University, Unizin launch massive study on effects of COVID-19 remote learning on higher education
The study aims to produce an evidence base that can be used to advise future support and recovery efforts. Data will come from institutions within the Unizin Consortium.
- Anastasia Morrone named interim dean of the School of Education in Bloomington
Morrone is the associate vice president of learning technologies and a professor of educational psychology at the IU Bloomington and IUPUI schools of education.
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