Upcoming Faculty Webinars
- Keep Teaching web workshops: four topics with several date/time options each
- TILT workshop on best practices for hybrid and online teaching (register and read more), including guidance on “Recommendations for converting residential courses to online or hybrid delivery”
- Next: June 4, 2020 9:00-10:30 a.m.
- A summer series of ten webinars on topics related to online instruction starts in June: see the full list.
Recorded Faculty Showcase Forums
- Academic Integrity Letter—to send to students
- Two new FAQs: Spring 2020 Fall 2020
- Permissions controls when sharing recorded lectures
- Proctoring – quizzes and exams
- Inclusive teaching tips
- Prevent sharing of inappropriate content during live lectures
- New CSU Policies – Remote Instruction
- Free Access to many electronic textbooks
- How to get your course ready for online teaching
- Lab and Studio Course Resources
Why Asynchronous Instruction? Students who were able to participate in synchronous activities while in residence may not be able to now—due to limited internet access or bandwidth, illness, family members’ illness, job loss and resulting food or housing insecurity, and other challenges. Therefore, it’s crucial to ensure that students can access all course materials. Many, perhaps most, students will be ill or otherwise unable to participate in coursework for a period of time this semester. Recording lectures or discussions and making them available after the fact will be essential to supporting make-up work for multiple students.