Essentials for Remote Teaching and Learning “Essentials” is a new resource designed to help Carolina instructors and TAs create effective remote teaching and learning experiences this fall. Topics will help faculty and TAs make the transition to hybrid or remote … Continued
Designing Effective Online Courses is a free online workshop to support faculty and staff across the UNC System in moving their courses to an online format. Registration opens Friday, June 26. The workshop officially launches on July 6. Participants can … Continued
Virtual Makerspaces BeAM, the UNC network of makerspaces, has been instrumental in promoting and supporting active learning/Making in courses across campus. This mission continues even with the transition to more virtual learning. Indeed, creative approaches to active learning are even … Continued
To help faculty and administrators better understand the pedagogy and best practices of online and remote learning, Arizona State University is hosting REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit, a free two-day virtual conference on July 13 – 14, 2020. Register for the event … Continued
Modes of Teaching We have added a set of Implementation Guides for each of the Modes of Teaching to help instructors weigh the challenges and opportunities of adopting these in their Fall courses. We hope these offer some practical advice … Continued
The Center for Urban Education is offering a webinar Series on Racial Equity in Online Education. Visit the website here for registration information and complete details, including recordings of previous sessions.
New course drop policy for undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences FAQs can be found here.
Library Services for Remote Teaching and Learning Submitted by: Jacqueline Solis, Director of Research & Instructional Services, University Library Even though library buildings are closed, Library staff are here for you and your students. Teaching support Library specialists can … Continued
3 Ways to Design an Adaptable, Resilient Course By Aiya Williams, Instructional Technology Manager, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health The future of course offerings is currently unknown: Will UNC courses be online for the entire Fall semester? Will we … Continued
Submitted by Andrea U. Jost Ashdown, Instructional Designer, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health In a residential classroom, questions and answers often arise organically. Faculty and students can use visual cues, natural breakpoints in presentations, and other spontaneous indications to stop … Continued