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Remote Education Resources
accel5 is offering free content on remote working and stress management.
ACRL Distance Education Resources
The Association of College and Research Libraries has compiled a collection of resources to assist in transitioning to distance education.
ACUE Online Teaching Toolkit
To support instructors needing to make a quick transition to remote learning environments, ACUE is offering a set of free resources any all faculty — ACUE’s Online Teaching Resource — that can be immediately put to use to make that transition a smoother one for both instructors and their students.
American Chemical Society
ACS is offering a wealth of information at no cost during this time. In addition to making all Covid-19 related research and resources free of charge, they are also providing access to materials for teaching and learning online, including advice from veterans of teaching chemistry remotely.
Free access to the Publication Manual and other resources during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Cal State East Bay Dept of Social Work
Resources shared by Cal State East Bay's Department of Social Work that they are using while shifting to online instruction.
Gale has opened up a collection of 9 ebooks on how to transition from physical to online education.
Center for Teaching and Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning provides ongoing development and support to faculty who are designing and teaching online courses. This resource serves as a community for faculty to share research, techniques, best practices, and industry trends.
A resource for remote educating curated by Connecticut College
Ebsco Learning Express
Resources to support test prep, college course success, and career preparation.
Great Courses via Kanopy
Our video streaming service, Kanopy, is offering free access to the Great Courses program.
How to Develop an Online Course Quickly and Effectively: A Ten-Step Process
An article published in Teachonlie.ca describing a 10-step process for re-thinking course delivery.
How to Help Students Keep Learning Through a Disruption
An article published in the Chronicle of Higher Education on March 19, 2020
Norton is providing free use of its courseware product InQuizitive until June 12, 2020.
Temporary free access of Science Education videos through June 15 for STEM teaching
Our video streaming service, Kanopy, is offering several titles for free streaming at this time. This document lists these titles.
Planning for Fall 2020
A guide for hybrid-flexible course planning for the upcoming Fall term.
MacMillan Learning has partnered with VitalSource and RedShelf to provide free access to academic (not trade) e-Books on both platforms through the remainder of the spring 2020 semester and the winter 2020 quarter.
McGraw-Hill is providing free access, training and support for McGraw-Hill Connect and ALEKS digital learning platforms to instructors and students who need to urgently move to an online format for their Spring 2020 courses.
National Emergency Library
A collection of books from the Internet Archive that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
Norton is providing free use of its courseware product Smartwork5 until June 12, 2020.
So You Want to Temporarily Teach Online
A helpful article published in Inside Higher Education with tips on transitioning from in person to online educating.
Teaching Practices for Your Virtual Classroom
An excellent article published in the journal Inside Higher Education.
VitalSource will support students at semester-calendar schools who may have lost access to course materials due to their campus moving online to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Students and instructors at impacted 2 and 4-year non-profit institutions in the U.S. can now access an expansive catalog of etexts, through May 25, 2020 in the US at no charge. This program is made possible by the support of leading publishers, campus retailers, and independent bookstores in higher education.
Wiley Virtual Office Hours website
– This website links faculty to a synchronous online discussion offering guidance to faculty new to virtual instruction
Wiley New Virtual Resources Hub website
Articles, blogs, and resources for faculty new to virtual instruction
Online Teaching Quality mini webinar
This course is all about continuous improvement. You don't need to become an expert in online teaching overnight. We want to share some strategies to help you gradually up your game. You're doing great! We're here to help you keep going. Follow along to learn about the building blocks of high-quality online teaching, and leave with a diagnostic self-assessment to help you pinpoint areas you can focus on.
Make a Successful Transition to Virtual Instruction