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Teaching Remotely @ R-MC

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This guide has been replaced by
Fall 2020 Teaching Toolkit.


Please visit the Fall 2020 Teaching Toolkit for updated tools and and tutorials
for use during Fall 2020. 

Teaching at a Distance

Classes cannot easily shift instructional mode mid-stream, and it is inevitable that there will be significant disruption to both students and faculty in the event of any emergency situation. In light of this disruption, all efforts to continue instruction should be approached with a sense of flexibility and understanding.

It is possible to maintain our connection with students and to complete the work we've begun this semester. We cannot assume that all students have reliable internet access when off-campus, therefore instructors should not rely exclusively on synchronous communication during class times. This resource guide provides tips and guidance in the event you need to move your classes online due to unforeseen emergency circumstances.

Although class activities vary depending on the subject, the following topics should be considered:

For consultation and support in preparation for using digital methods for remote teaching, schedule a virtual or in-person appointment with or complete this form requesting support.


Current resources

Shifting in-person classes into an online/remote environment is challenging to do mid-semester. We are not the only institutions struggling this this, so while the resources below are specific, we also provide some articles from sources such as Inside Higher Ed and the Chronicle of Higher Education for your review.

Copyright notice

This guide is adapted from the "Emergency Remote Teaching Resources" guide produced by staff at the E. H. Little Library, Davidson College, Davidson, NC.