A collection of CCT recommended resources focused on current issues in remote teaching and learning.

Research:

Underrepresented College Students’ Transition to Remote Learning: A Qualitative Study

Conducted by the Office of the Provost’s Diversity & Inclusion team in Spring 2020.

The study was designed to learn about the experiences of students who might be disproportionately affected by the transition to remote learning. It offers insights into the areas of (1) instruction; (2) student routines and learning environments; (3) student mental health and wellbeing; (4) student belonging, social connections, and activities; and (5) University communications and policies.

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Video:

Using Panopto for Distance Learning Tutorial (Video):  Presented by Dmitry Kondrashov, Instructional Professor, University of Chicago, Biological Sciences Collegiate Division.  Presentation slides available below.

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Guides and Presentations:

Strategies for Successfully Engaging All Students in Live Synchronous Online Classes - Poster (PDF) - Matthea Marquart, Columbia School of Social Work

Trauma Informed Teaching and Learning During a Global Health Crisis - Poster (PDF) - Online Campus Admin Team, Columbia School of Social Work

Using Panopto for Distance Learning Tutorial  - Presentation Slides (PDF) - Dmitry Kondrashov, Instructional Professor, University of Chicago, Biological Sciences Collegiate Division; companion video available above.

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Links:

Cornell Center for Teaching Innovation: Preparing for Hybrid & Online Teaching (URL)

"How to Be a Better Online Teacher - Advice Guide" by Flower Darby, The Chronicle of Higher Education (URL)

Mentoring Remotely During Disruption - Northwestern Searle Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning (link to pdf)

Rice University Center for Teaching Excellence: Inclusion, Equity, and Access While Teaching Remotely (URL)

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