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Please note: These resources were compiled to support our quick pivot to emergency remote teaching during the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in our area, in the spring of 2020. While we hope some of this content may be of continuing value, these pages are not being updated and may contain outdated information.

ALL

Trinity University has compiled an exhaustive listing of strategies for moving online for specific approaches and disciplines

ART

Online Art & Design Studio Instruction in the Age of "Social Distancing"

BIOLOGY

MERLOT Resources

ENGLISH

Tips for Teaching Writing Online

Online Writing Instruction Open Resource

Bringing Your Course Online (MLA)

LANGUAGES

Suggested Best Practices and Resources for the Implementation of Hybrid and Online Language Courses

Online Language Pedagogy

https://www.chronicle.com/article/How-to-Quickly-and-Safely/248261/#.XnJQIg2fGJY.gmail

Pandemic Prepping in the Language Class

MASS COMM

RESOURCES FOR TEACHING PRODUCTION COURSES ONLINE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

MATH

AMTE Online Mathematics Teacher Education Task Force

MyOpenMath

PHARMACY

PSYCHOLOGY

OnlineAskPsychSessions 10 brief podcast episodes dealing with questions about making the F2F-to-online transition as well as questions about good practices in online teaching

Online Psychology Laboratory

APA has opened up APA style resources for free during the crisis

STEM (general)

How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course Online

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