- For more assistance with assessment design, please contact email@example.com
- Blog Post about Assessment alternatives/best Practices: https://digitallearning.arizona.edu/news/assessment-best-practices
- Alternatives to Traditional Exams and Papers: https://citl.indiana.edu/teaching-resources/assessing-student-learning/alternatives-traditional-exams-papers/index.html
- Assessments and Accessibility Strategies: https://drc.arizona.edu/instructors/teaching-continuity-and-accessibility-strategies/#assessment
Due to classes moving to online/remote instruction for the remainder of the academic term, all classrooms will be locked unless requested to be used by faculty to utilize the space and technology to record a lecture or other instructional content. To identify what technology is in which room please review the online list.
Instructors are encouraged to work with their department scheduler to reserve a room but if that option is not available, please view the online help guide. Call Room and Course Scheduling at 621-3313 if you require assistance or to book directly.
Online Learning Consortium- Recorded Zoom Webinar: Using Live and Online Sessions to Support Continuity of Instruction (60 min) - http://bit.ly/olcadvice You will need to register, but there is no cost to view the video.
Going Online in a Hurry. What to do and Where to Start. By Michelle D. Miller, PhD. The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 9, 2020. http://bit.ly/3aJMYzm
Tips for Learning During Disruption - http://bit.ly/tips4learning - Caleb McDaniel and Jenifer Bratter, History Department, Rice University. This is a CC0 slidedeck of tips for students.
Stanford University--Teaching Effectively during Times of Crisis. Jenae Cohn, Academic Technology Specialist for PWR, Beth Seltzer, Academic Technology Specialist for Introductory Studies. bit.ly/stanfordteachingdisruption
Vanderbilt University--Resources for Just-in-Time Online Teaching. Derek Bruff, Center for Teaching Director. https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/resources-for-just-in-time-online-teaching/
University of Arizona Technologies for Working Remotely. University Information Technology Services - UITS. https://it.arizona.edu/working-remotely.
Tools for Conducting UArizona Classes Online - http://bit.ly/tools4remote - List of applications on campus that can be used to conduct classes online. For each application, a contact name or link is provided.
OER Commons - https://www.oercommons.org/ - OER Commons is a public digital library of open educational resources.
National Emergency Library - https://archive.org/details/nationalemergencylibrary - A collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
List of Emergency Remote Teaching Guidelines - http://bit.ly/other_guides - Links to guidelines at U.S. institutions. Edited by Daniel Stanford, Director of Faculty Development & Technology Innovation at DePaul University.