Switching to Online Teaching: Tips & Resources

By Ashlee-Maree Courtney-Eman

With many schools and universities around the world now moving their classes online due to the spread of coronavirus, there has been no time for educators to prepare for such a rapid change in working environment.

To help, we have put together some handy resources to help you refresh your skills, or get started.

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Even if you are a seasoned online learning professional, or someone who is new to teaching and presenting online, we hope this list of resources will help to smooth the transition.

8 Tips For Teaching Online - Harvard Business Review (Article)

Tips & Tools for Teaching Remotely

Moving your course online: Five things to consider (VIDEO)

Espen Andersen is Associate Professor with the Department of Strategy at BI Norwegian Business School and is a frequent speaker on technology and strategic management topics. In this video, he shares tips to help your transition into online teaching and ensure a positive experience for your students.

 

"I Will Survive" Coronavirus version for teachers going online (Video)

Michael Bruening, an associate professor of history and political science at Missouri University of Science and Technology brings some joy to those switching to online teaching with his acoustic rendition of "I Will Survive." This video has gone viral within the higher education community, with over 340,000 views in the first two days.

 

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