Resources for Teaching On-Line
Resources from GC3 Members:
- God's Bible School & College
- Northern Kentucky University:
Ellen Maddin, Co-Director, Center for Teaching and Learning at NKU created a Canvas course for faculty (Resources for University Faculty Teaching Online), which is stored in the Canvas Commons. You may copy from any of the pages. The OER page is reported to be especially useful.
To enroll in the class go to: https://canvas.instructure.com/enroll/NMHPEP.
Alternatively, you can sign up at https://canvas.instructure.com/register and use the following join code: NMHPEP
Ellen placed the course in the “free” Canvas for teachers so more people could access it. Faculty will need to create an account on the free version (unless you already have one), but anything you find there can be copied into your institutional Canvas account.
Following are some suggested resources compiled nationally:
Columbia University Libraries:
- Trauma-Informed Teaching and Learning Online: Principles & Practices During a Global Health Crisis
- Intensive Workshop on Power, Trauma and Grading for Online Campus Community at the Columbia University School of Social Work
University of Massachusetts Amherst
University of Michigan
“Pandemic Pedagogy” FB Group
Inside Higher Education:
Information will be updated as GC3 receives more resources. Send additional resources to Janet Piccirillo, GC3 Executive Director to email@example.com.