These are resources sent to me via Twitter, organized for your viewing pleasure. Dave Cormier.
Short emergency resources to help you get your course online 2
Pivot to Digital: A TRU Community Resource - safe for beginners 2
Dirt Simple Mini-Course - safe for beginners 2
Virtual Labs - a big long list 2
Resources to help learners learn online 2
20 Tips and reminders for teaching in the crisis 2
How does the change work? 2
Bits of wisdom you can pick from to improve your teaching (and help yourself) 3
Online Learning in a Hurry - 30 part video series 3
Open Pedagogy Notebook Sharing Practices, Building Community 3
The Open Faculty Patchbook 3
Quality Indicators of Online Learning - pedagogy 3
How to Humanize your Online Class 3
Three key considerations for designing remote teaching 3
Teaching in times of coronavirus 3
How to be a Better Online Teacher 4
Online teaching/learning textbooks 4
Humanizing Online Teaching and Learning 4
Creating online learning experiences 4
Connecting the Dots: Improving Student Outcomes and Experiences with Exceptional Instructional Design 4
Foundational Practices of Online Writing Instruction 4
An urgency of teachers 4
Journal articles about teaching online 5
Insidious Pedagogy - How Course management Systems Impact Teaching 5
Online educators’ recommendations for teaching online: Crowdsourcing in action 5
An Online Engagement Framework for Higher Education 5
Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low-Bandwidth Teaching Will Save Us All 5
ABC of Learning Design 5
Teacher reflections on online learning 6
Using Zoom to Replicate F2f Instructor Support in Flipped Digital Skills Classes 6
Teaching Online Teaching Online – a one week course (lessons learned) 6
Other lists of online teaching resources 6
Emergency Online Teaching Resources 6
Creating an Online Community, Class or Conference - Quick Tech Guide 6
Teach from home - a google training page 6
List of essential resources assembled by UNESCO 6
List of COVID19 teaching resources from Commonsense Media 7
DCU National Institute for Digital Learning - Resource Bank 7
Short emergency resources to help you get your course online
Pivot to Digital: A TRU Community Resource - safe for beginners
This is a VERY tight resource. Brief and to the point. Addresses assignments and assessment with clarity. This is an essential inclusion in anyone’s toolbox. No technical notes.
Dirt Simple Mini-Course - safe for beginners
This is a very simple model for how someone who has never taught a course online could create a course quickly. It’s solid. Examples are in blackboard but would apply broadly. It’s skimmable. Language is a bit inside baseball, but not too much so. Includes pedagogy and technical details.
Virtual Labs - a big long list
Virtual labs, updated. This is a combination of various resources. So many lab options.
Resources to help learners learn online
Nice simple list of resources by Clint Lalonde to help LEARNERS learn online
20 Tips and reminders for teaching in the crisis
Good list to print off and put on your desk. Short read.
How does the change work?
Another great chart. This one reminds you what happens when you try to make change and leave out one of the essential ingredients.
Bits of wisdom you can pick from to improve your teaching (and help yourself)
Online Learning in a Hurry - 30 part video series
I’ll leave someone else to comment on this… it’s got me in it :)
Open Pedagogy Notebook Sharing Practices, Building Community
Short, easy to read pedagogical approaches for online teaching. Picking any of these examples is going to improve your teaching.
The Open Faculty Patchbook
A list of what I would call stories about teaching in the open. Good reading. Lots of great wisdom and advice.
Quality Indicators of Online Learning - pedagogy
Eight quality indicators for learning. It’s one chart. Quick scan. They read like values or guidelines that you should use to refer back to when designing a course.
How to Humanize your Online Class
A chart about good online practice. Easy to see and refer to.
Three key considerations for designing remote teaching
A chart of three considerations for moving to remote teaching
Teaching in times of coronavirus
List of videos and resources talking about online learning
How to be a Better Online Teacher
Advice guide by Flower Darby with 10 essential principles and practices for better online teaching, some common misconceptions about teaching & learning online, and some additional resources.
Online teaching/learning textbooks
Humanizing Online Teaching and Learning
This is an online textbook that talks about what I would call pedagogies of care. How to be a more humane teacher. Great writers. Good reading. Good advice.
Creating online learning experiences
This is a full on textbook for online learning. A complete textbook. The list of resources alone in this is worth a year's reading. Awesome resource for pulling content from.
Connecting the Dots: Improving Student Outcomes and Experiences with Exceptional Instructional Design
“This book is a collection of stories about the importance of instructional design as it relates to the creation of quality learning experiences in the support of all learners.” Yup. that described it.
Foundational Practices of Online Writing Instruction
Detailed advice for teaching writing online. Easy to scan and pick out the section you’re interested in.
An urgency of teachers
A textbook on critical digital pedagogy. When you break into the textbook, any of the sections could be read as stand alone pieces. Super useful if you’re going to do reading clubs.
Journal articles about teaching online
Insidious Pedagogy - How Course management Systems Impact Teaching
An oldy (for online learning) but a goody. It’s a good reminder of how our online learning management systems
Online educators’ recommendations for teaching online: Crowdsourcing in action
This is a neat article that has advice for teaching online that was crowdsourced. As you scroll through the article it lays out lots of good advice for anyone involved in online learning.
An Online Engagement Framework for Higher Education
Journal article describing “It… presents a conceptual framework which builds upon recurring themes within the literature, including students’ beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. The framework was developed by adopting a constant comparison method to analyse the literature, and to search for and identify current and emerging themes.
Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low-Bandwidth Teaching Will Save Us All
Not technically a journal article, but a very informative piece on why low-bandwidth alternatives to video conference are better for everyone.
ABC of Learning Design
Toolkit for getting your course online
Teacher reflections on online learning
Using Zoom to Replicate F2f Instructor Support in Flipped Digital Skills Classes
Thoughts from a teacher who’s been using zoom to teach. Some really good practical advice at the end of the post
Teaching Online Teaching Online – a one week course (lessons learned)
My (dave) blogpost reflection on the course we’re running at UWindsor to train faculty to teach online
Other lists of online teaching resources
Emergency Online Teaching Resources
This is a list of resources curated by the Global Society of Online Literacy.
Creating an Online Community, Class or Conference - Quick Tech Guide
A collaborative document curated by Stephen Downes. Piles and piles of useful of links and resources nicely categorized.
Teach from home - a google training page
List of tutorials for using google products for teaching and learning
List of essential resources assembled by UNESCO
List to teaching res