How to move your teaching online – fast

Complementing the many other valuable resources posted, you may find some useful ideas in the attached short paper from David Baume.

It is published by the University of London Centre for Distance Education under a Creative Commons License  CC-BY-SA 2.0. In summary – please copy, use and adapt as you wish;  acknowledge its source; acknowledge any changes you male; and re-distribute under this same license.

EHU Colleagues ‘Taking your Teaching’ online guidance is here.

Covid19 Online compendium

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Click here to access the online compendium of virtual Learning and Teaching Resources.

This list is offered in the spirit of supporting teaching, learning and both the student and staff experience. The resources are not presented as ‘recommendations’, but as suggestions, with users best placed to select and adapt what works for them.

The master list of resources can be found here.

Background:

This compendium evolved from #LTHEchat 170 and is now merged within SEDA. Aware of that the volume of resources available is somewhat overwhelming during #LTHEchat 173 Question 5 was posed to invite colleagues to post their ‘go to’ resource which has help us to curated the very best resources, pulling them together into a single space for ease of navigation.

#LTHEchat Resources

#LTHEchat: Links to other resources created and collated during our special week long chat are here:

Please access the SEDA Google document for access to all centrally posted links and resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/192oI8w5GfsV7gSHa3uDrTH9EQy9c4L1VTW7pYliexkU/edit#

Support from SEDA

SEDA is committed to providing constructive support to all those working in educational development and the higher education sector worldwide. As part of this we have created an editable Google document in which we are collating links to practical resources. The document is fully editable, without the need for a Google account, so please go ahead and add your suggestions to the relevant categories. If you find a resource which would be useful but does not fit neatly in any of the categories already used then please suggest a new category.

#LTHEchat resources have been pasted into the SEDA document