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TEACHING CONTINUITY (UofC) 


What is it?

These resources help you to take your course online and to provide the best possible learning experience for your students.

Who is it for?

All instructors at the University of Calgary.

What can it do?

When considering how to best teach remotely, the resources provided can act as guidance and inspiration. These resources include online workshops, tutorial videos, and webinars. Here are some examples of what Teaching Continuity can do for you!
 
Find a session (online workshops):
  • Introduction to Zoom
  • Using YuJa in teaching and learning
  • Putting your content online
  • Creating quizzes online
  • Course design essentials
  • Use D2L to collect assignments and provide student feedback
  • Setting up online discussions in D2L
  • Online Feedback Strategies and Rubrics
  • Handling challenges in the Zoom classrom
  • Promoting student engagement and active learning on discussion boards
  • Online student assessment
  • Engaging students online
  • Best practices for designing a quality rubric
  • Designing and facilitating group work in online courses


Essentials (tasks to move your course online):
  • Communicating with students
  • Putting your class online
  • Communicating among students
  • Assessing student learning


Is it University approved?

These resources are provided by the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary.






University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Teaching Continuity. Retrieved from
https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/teaching-continuity (accessed 03 July 2020).
University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Teaching Continuity - Essentials. Retrieved from
https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/teaching-continuity/essentials (accessed 30 June 2020).
University of Calgary. (2020). Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Teaching Continuity - Find a Session. Retrieved from
https://taylorinstitute.ucalgary.ca/teaching-continuity/find-a-session (accessed 30 June 2020).