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Helpful Links: Remote Teaching & Learning

Helpful Links to Resources on Remote Teaching and Learning

(These links point to resources developed by Texas State departments and staff.)




Helpful Links to Resources on Remote Teaching and Learning

(These links point to resources outside of Texas State.)

Getting Started Proctoring with Zoom by the Office for Academic Innovation at Texas A&M University

Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low Bandwidth Will Save Us All   by Daniel Stanford, the Director of Faculty Development and Technology Innovation at DePaul University's Center for Teaching and Learning.

Resources Created in 2020 by the University of Minnesota's Center for Educational Innovation

Alternative Formats for Clinical Rotations and Clerkships - On Wednesday, April 29, 83 instructors and 4 panelists convened to discuss strategies for effective online instruction throughout UMN clinics, clerkships, and rotations. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Digital Studio Experience Courses - On Monday, April 27, 2020, 16 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss delivery of digital studio experience courses. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Digitally Networked Media Production - On Thursday, April 30, 2020, 22 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss pedagogical challenges, adaptations, and ideas for teaching audio and video production virtually. Effective practices and resources generated during that discussion are documented here.

Fabrication Shops and Makerspaces - On Wednesday, April 29, 2020,  33 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss how to best translate hands-on experiences from fabrication shops and makerspaces into virtual learning. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Online Engineering Labs Discussion - On Friday, May 1, 35 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss lab based courses in engineering. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Online Problem-solving & Programming Labs Discussion - On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, 37 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss problem-solving and programming labs in disciplines like computer science and statistics. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Online Science Labs Discussion - On Friday, April 24 and Thursday, April 30, approximately 130 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss conducting instructional science labs in an online or distance-learning setting. Ideas and effective practices generated during those discussions are documented here.

Virtual Field Experiences in Business & Management - On Thursday, April 30, 2020, 40 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss strategies for conducting virtual field experiences in business and management. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Virtual Field Experiences and Internships in Social Science, Education, and Humanities - On Tuesday, April 28, 68 instructors from the UMN social sciences, humanities, and education convened to discuss challenges and innovative ideas for virtual field experiences and internships. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Virtual Field Experiences in Science Disciplines Discussion - On Wednesday, April 29, 2020, 49 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss virtual field experiences in science disciplines (e.g. earth science, biology, natural resources, forestry). Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Virtual Music, Performance, or Movement Experiential Courses - On Friday, April 24, 2020, 30 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss approaches to teaching music, dance, and theater in an online environment. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.

Virtual Tactile Studio Courses - On Tuesday, April 28, 2020, 28 members of the UMN teaching community convened to discuss delivery of tactile studio courses such as drawing or sculpture in a virtual setting. Ideas and effective practices generated during that discussion are documented here.