Higher Ed Crowdsourced Expert Resources
As a second-round response to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, AECT is attempting to generate a crowdsourced list of expert resources (e.g., articles, posts, videos, documents, slides) and recommendations for best practices for remote teaching and the transition to online course delivery. However, we are planning to focus on a small number of topics. Our goal is to then evaluate these resources into a short targeted list — a list we can share and recommend to faculty, staff, and students with commentary.
We are purposefully attempting to avoid an exhaustive list of resources. We do not want to overwhelm novice online instructors. Instead, we are leveraging our members' expertise and knowledge of best practices to provide a robust yet concise index.
Deadline: Tuesday, March 24 at 8:00 am Eastern
1.) Choose one of the topics from the drop-down menu.
2.) In the field provided, enter the publicly available web address for what you consider to be "your best 'best practice' resource" (i.e., the one you recommend to others) for supporting remote teaching and the transition to online course delivery within the category that you've chosen.
3.) Then in the field provided, enter 2-4 sentences (less than 75 words) as to why this resource is the best. Please comment on the resource's strengths or value. Why would you/do you recommend this resource? How have you used this?
4.) If you're comfortable providing it, please enter your name (or your first name and last initial).
Existing resource indexes
There are a number of existing resource directories, and you may choose to recommend *one* of the specific resources listed on these. A small sample of these include:
• From the Daniel Stanford, DePaul University and the POD Network listserv |
• From Jenae Cohn and Beth Seltzer, Stanford University |
• From Stacey Margarita Johnson and Rhett McDaniel, Vanderbilt University |
• From Florence Martin, University of North Carolina Charlotte |
Choose one of the topics.
Communicating with students
Delivering content online
What is your best "best practice" resource (i.e., the one you recommend to others) for supporting remote teaching and the transition to online course delivery for the topic above?
(e.g., news articles, journal articles, posts, videos, public documents, slides)
Enter the publicly available URL.
Enter 2-4 sentences (less than 75 words) as to why this resource is the best. Please comment on strengths or value. Why would you/do you recommend this resource? How have you used it?
First and Last name. Or first name and last initial.
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