These resources were compiled during the coronavirus (COVID-19), Academic Affairs has created and compiled a number of resources for faculty looking to continue offering a student-centered learning experience in a remote or online learning environment. Resources have been curated by the Teaching & Learning Center, Library, Academic Technologies, College of Graduate Health Studies and Office of Assessment and Accreditation.
Online teaching isn’t just for instructors who teach asynchronously! Effectively delivering content online is important for hybrid and flipped learning models. This page offers resources specific to the challenges and opportunities offered by online content delivery systems and online classroom management.
The resources below highlight a number of different strategies and resources for online learning, but many will make the distinction between synchronous and asynchronous learning. Synchronous online classes tend to center around a primary real-time attendance, either for lectures or discussions. Asynchronous classes can have standardized due dates, but students are able to choose within the parameters of deadlines when they engage with the primary learning materials.
Click on the image to the right to see some examples of elements associated with synchronous and asynchronous online classes.
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