All office hours are converted online. Faculty should be available to students during the originally scheduled class times.
DMACC will continue to provide Faculty with a wealth of resources for enhancing instruction, whether in the classroom or virtually. Here are some resources that can also assist:
DMACC Library Resources for student engagement and teaching online
website from Vanderbilt Center for Teaching: the Online Course Development Resources website. The site is designed to help faculty teach, and revise their online courses, drawing on research, best practices, and existing resources from the Center for Teaching and around the web.
detailed collection of documents from Stanford via the Teaching Commons: Teaching Effectively during the Time of Disruption
Student-Centered Remote Teaching: Lessons Learned from Online Education
Best Practices for Remote Teaching webinar recording and slides from Dr. Maria Andersen of Coursetune -- Dr. Anderson explains the difference between remote and online, offers practical tips for engaging students and interacting in a remote setting like Collaborate, and shares common pitfalls and how to avoid them
Webinar Training Series: Accelerate Your Transition to Remote Instruction from Blackboard -- learn Blackboard basics, Collaborate, and mobile content tips
Preparing to scale online teaching and learning during Coronavirus webinar recording -- covers best practices for accessible online content and shares examples from institutions
Sharing Coronavirus Contingency Planning Best Practices -- additional resources are provided
Daily Training Webinars on Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor from Respondus -- learn how to use it and participate in a Q&A, or check out the Rapid Rollout Guide for Instructors
Institutions Impacted by COVID-19 Can Use OLI Courseware at No Cost from the Online Learning Initiative (OLI) -- offering a variety of courses and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update for Nursing and Health Education from Elsevier -- resources on adopting course material, best practices, and access to their health and medical research via the Novel Coronavirus Information Center
How College Students Viewed This Spring's Remote Learning by Doug Lederman from Inside Higher Ed, May 20, 2020