When we moved off campus this past March and pivoted to online teaching, FHSU pivoted to an emergency remote teaching model. There wasn’t time for preparation or planning. Fortunately, we have had some time to prepare for the fall semester and we have identified three potential pathways for fall course delivery.
In this video, we will go over the three different pathways: on-campus, hybrid, and fully online and discuss your next steps as an instructor.
As you prepare for fall 2020, consider the impact that this new semester will have on your students. Courses could potentially be a major change for students this year, so it's crucial to stay connected with your students and keep them informed.
How are you planning to deliver your course content this semester? Whether your course is on-campus, a hybrid course, or fully online, you will most likely be using Blackboard in some way.
With this transition, students might have a tough time communicating with their classmates. Learn the best practices for helping your students collaborate and continue to feel connected to one another.
We have put together a list of faculty members who you can contact for help with specific technology tools. These faculty have volunteered as experts of the tools and are here to help!
Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies (TILT) is your source for support with any of our learning tools. For more information on who to contact for what tool, follow this link.
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The focus of this course is on providing you with tools and strategies for moving your course online. Our approach is to highlight the best practices for remote learning, which is different than online learning.
Creating an accessible course can be overwhelming! In this accessibility professional development workshop, you will have the opportunity to explore effective ways of creating accessible content.
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