- The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning at Indiana University Bloomington have come out with resources for community engaged teaching at this time. In this blog, they also talk about how to utilize the concept of Retrieval Practice (recalling information when it is not in front of you) as an aspect of this online learning.
- Portland State University has created a guide to community based learning in times of isolation and a collection of resources for community based learning in an online environment. Check out their great list of virtual volunteer opportunities as well.
- Iowa Campus Compact has put together a guide based on communications with other Campus Compact schools to help engaged campuses at this time. Going forward, Iowa & Minnesota Campus Compact will host a weekly virtual discussion on this topic every Friday at 2:30 pm central, which you can register for here. Campus Compact has also created an extensive resources list for institutions in this time.
- Vanderbilt University’s teaching in a time of crisis article helps guide those who are teaching online courses Highlights: mind the cognitive load; assign relevant activities; provide resources — students need to know that you are aware of everything going on. Inside Higher Ed also has helpful suggestions for creating community in a time of crisis.
- This one-hour video by the Bonner Foundation offers helpful tips and suggestions for teaching an online social action course. From planning, establishing community norms, and creating an online community to structuring and evaluating, this video offers step-by-step and thorough information to help move teaching online.
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