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EDUC 763 Instructional Design for E-learning

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"I wish that I had enrolled in a course like this at the beginning of my venture into online teaching. This course showed me some beneficial tools and strategies. Anyone who is teaching online or thinking about teaching online should take this course."
                                             ~ Ginnie Fleming, Online Instructor Grades 4-6
                                                 West Chester, Pennsylvania


Video Conferencing Success Tips with Google Meet, Zoom, Microsoft Teams

Do's and Don'ts of Video Calls by Students and Staff  

UCRiverside provides a video (1:48 minutes) as a quick way to teach your colleagues or students how to make professional video calls. This brief, amusing video is an upbeat introduction to "... the best practices of framing, lighting, etiquette, sound" and more. It will grab your attention!

Three Ways to Use Video Conferencing with Students Learning Remotely

Catlin Tucker's infographics explain structuring small group instruction, managing group discussion, and ways to video conference with students. Also, don't miss the rich Q&A found in the comments section.

Ditch That Textbook

If you need "...tips, tricks, templates..." to engage students new to remote learning, visit this remarkable blog. You will find a deep archive of free activities, e-learning eBooks, classes, guides, and templates. A former high school teacher, Matt Miller, understands the needs of classroom teachers.  This blog will help you customize your online teaching and video conferencing to meet student needs. 

Video Conferencing Etiquette: Ten Tips for a Successful Video Conference

This quick read distills ten common sense (but often overlooked) suggestions for your next video conference. Meredith Hart's tips are appropriate for everyone working from home.

Additionally, OWL labs provide a free app, WFH (Work From Home), to help you organize your new normal life. 

121 Tools for Distance Learning & Strategies for Student Engagement

The Albert Team provides an extensive, well-organized list of e-learning tools, guides, benefits, and drawbacks. Just scrolling to the bottom of the page may seem overwhelming, but you'll find a wealth of resources to fit your circumstances.

Here's a short and smart list at the end of this article that will get you started:

Seven Remote Learning Strategies for Classrooms and Schools


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