Make the most of your remote teaching experience with the Library’s new guide to Resources for Teaching Online. Learn from Library professionals the best way to teach in UVACollab; to enhance face-to-face experiences and use media resources; to find materials that are freely available online; and to redesign assignments that currently require physical materials and a physical space. Get support for using Zoom and other videoconferencing tools.
Resources for Teaching Online will help you:
- Preserve the human connection remotely.
- Construct learning objectives ensuring that students meet expectations.
- Find resources which are free to use, edit, store, and download — by students and educators alike.
- Use Zoom to implement the same teaching methods you use in person.
- Find resources that make recording video as accessible for beginners as for seasoned online instructors.
- Embed interactive modules in your UVACollab course that reinforce principles of information literacy, answering questions such as: What is authority? How do I find what I need? How do I use information correctly? How do I start my search? Who is a scholar? How is information created?
- Use interactive “polling tools” to encourage friendly competition.
- Ensure that your course follows online accessibility guidelines that will benefit all students.
- Find all resources the Library offers on getting started, teaching practices, and getting help.