Please explore our collection of faculty-recommended tools, training videos, and upcoming webinars on remote teaching. This page will be continuously updated with new information, so check out the CTL blog, our Facebook page, and follow our Twitter account for information on new resources as they get added to this page. And if you have recommended resources that you’d like to share, email the information to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on student support resources during this time, please visit the COVID-19 Academic Service Updates webpage.
What are some upcoming Webinars on remote teaching?
- Summer Institute on Scientific Learning's Happy Hour Zooms
- Prioritizing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Age Of COVID-19
Friday, May 22nd, 2020 at 4pm
- Designing Virtual Labs for Fall Classes (with Marvin O'Neal)
Friday, May 29th, 2020 at 4pm
- Incorporating Active Learning into Online Teaching (with Elly Vandegrift)
Friday, June 5th, 2020 at 4pm
- Helping Students Identify & Mitigate Stress & Anxiety (with Mays Imad)
Friday, June 12th, 2020 at 4pm
- Preparing for Flexible Course Delivery: Teaching Online or on Campus
Wednesday, June 3, from 1-2 p.m
Recognizing the uncertainty of returning to campus in Fall 2020, faculty must prepare for intentional fluid teaching that allows for an adaptable, useful learning experience regardless of instructional mode. This webinar will explore concrete fluid teaching strategies for fostering effective content delivery, engagement, and feedback.
- Instructor Training: LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor
Multiple sessions through June 4th, 2020
This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including new enhancements that make Respondus Monitor even more effective and easy to use.
What are some Faculty-led Workshop recordings?
- What I’ve Learned about Teaching Online
Michael Schmidt, Dan Noel, Megan Faragher, Ann Stalter, Todd Pavlack
This session was designed for those curious about teaching or planning to teach their first online course. A panel of faculty with a range of experience teaching online address seven key topics in online learning, including: engaging students, providing feedback, aligning with learning objectives, outlining expectations, creating instructor presence, applying real-world experiences, and orienting your students to an online environment. (March 25th, 2020).
Presentation slides (PDF download)
- How to Survive Your (Hurried) Switch to Online Delivery Using UDL
Tom Thibodeau (Assistant Provost at New England Institute of Technology)
Hosted by the Online Learning Consortium (March 26th, 2020).
- Teaching with Blackboard Collaborate
Dr. Brandon Morris, Associate Professor of Finance & Financial Services
Dr. Morris presents a quick, 9-minute technical tutorial of how he uses Blackboard Collaborate Ultra as an online classroom.
- Moving Classes Online
Bill Wischusen (LSU Associate Professor)
Yale University's Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning presented this excellent webinar introducing faculty to online teaching (March 20th, 2020).
What are some CTL-led Workshop recordings?
- Pilot Basics
Chris Roberts, Instructional Designer
An hour-long workshop on the essential features of Pilot, Wright State's learning management system.
- Pilot Quiz and Respondus LockDown Browser/Monitor Workshop
Chris Roberts, Instructional Designer
An hour-long workshop on creating online quizzes in Pilot and administering a secure, online testing environment for students.
- Collaborate Ultra Online
Greg Asman, Instructional Designer
Comprehensive 90-min workshop on using Collaborate Ultra to teach to and manage students in an online virtual classroom.
What additional Resources are available?
- List of FREE online educational resources
An ever-growing list of free online education tools. This list includes many resources that normally require a subscription or purchase cost, but are being made available for varying durations due to the need to transition many face-to-face learning environments to remote learning.
- Video-based Tools for Remote Teaching at Wright State (PDF)
A one-sheet that quickly lets you know what video tools can help you in remote teaching, for both synchronous and asynchronous delivery.
- Daily Planner for Remote Teaching (PDF)
The Lilly Conference has shared this helpful one-page daily planner for those thrown into this new world of remote teaching. Don't forget the importance of scheduling in some time for self-care during your daily routine!