Category: Digital Learning Commons

Continuity with Care

We know that these are challenging and stressful times. All of us need care and time to reflect on how we will take care of ourselves and the ones we love. As you begin to think about moving your course into a remote format, we encourage you to be kind…

Tips and Resources for Remote Teaching

Remote learning occurs when teachers and learners are separated by geographic distance and time zones. Synchronous and asynchronous digital tools (like Canvas, Zoom, and Panopto) are used to provide instruction remotely. While “online learning” and “re…

Creating Accessible Digital Materials

When creating or using digital materials in your course, you will want to ensure that those digital materials are accessible to the broadest range of learners. There are small steps that you can take in creating digital materials that may have a large …

Course Continuity for Lab Courses

Many lab courses require specialized software, hardware, and/or other materials that may become inaccessible to faculty and students in the event that in-person classes are suspended unexpectedly. How can you move forward with lab activities in the cas…

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