The 2020 Learning Revolution online conference will be an historic event. Conference sessions on all aspects of teaching and learning will be held daily over the course of two months, all free to attend live.
Sponsored by the American Society for Engineeering Education, this is a forum for engineering educators and professionals to assemble promising practices, brainstorm ideas, and share resources to help faculty, administrators, and staff rapidly adapt to remote teaching and working.
Well-planned online learning experiences are meaningfully different from courses offered online in response to a crisis or disaster. Colleges and universities working to maintain instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic should understand those differences when evaluating this emergency remote teaching.
Many colleges and universities are telling their students not to return to campus after spring break, and many more might soon do the same. Faculty members who teach in physical classrooms probably did not design their courses to go online on short notice at midsemester. Whether or not you have experience teaching online, here are a few basic questions and answers to help you get started.
A group for academics in higher ed dealing with the move to online teaching. A space for sharing resources and advice. Note: this group is specifically discussing challenges and opportunities for higher ed, not secondary education.