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Online Teaching and Learning

This guide is designed to help faculty navigate and learn more about online teaching environments.

About This Page

We will be updating this page with additional resources as we move through the rest of the semester. Faculty are encouraged to suggest to the library additional tools, resources, and apps that may be of help to fellow faculty members. Click the Getting Started link on the left hand side of the page to view recommended resources for teaching online basics. For additional readings, click the Teaching + Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Open Educational Resources pages to the left to browse links. 

Library Instructional Design Support

  • Pedagogical strategies for online course design and content development 
    • Assignment building and scaffolding
    • Assessment strategies and types (rubric building)
    • Backward Design and Universal Design
    • Organizing Canvas modules in intuitive, consistent, and easy to navigate ways
  • Teaching online strategies and tips for the online learning environment 
    • Recommended educational technology tools to facilitate online active learning and student engagement
    • Building a sense of community for online learning environments
  • Building online research guides to support online learning 
    • Available library digital resources
    • Open access educational resources 

Instructional Design Initial meeting with Instructional Design Librarian: 1-2 hours, Follow-ups as necessary

Research Guides Initial meeting with Instructional Design Librarian: 1 hour, 2-3 weeks for creation