Stockpiling for COVID-19:
Teaching Resources

This table is a collection of links to resources -- many from Twitter -- to support moving from a face-to-face to an online environment mid-semester. It is specifically compiled in response to COVID-19. Please feel free to add other resources you come across or have created, providing an active link and brief description of the resource through Commenting (Anyone accesing the doc via the link has "commenting" privileges). Currently maintained by Sarah Laiola (@DrSarathena192) at Coastal Carolina Univ.

- General Information about Universities and COVID-19
- General Advice for Teaching Online (Quickly)
- Guides for Accessible and Equitable Online Teaching
- Models for Adaptation (courses, assignment, forms for communicating with students)
- Tools and Advice or Guides for Using Them
- Subject-Specific Resources
- Support for Students and Communities Beyond Teaching
- Offers of Support / Advice through DMs / Webinars / Forums
- Other Collections of Resources (like this one)
LinkDescription of Resource
General Information about Universities and COVID-19
6*ygbiPS-KJfF3EyOPX-whlQ#Google sheet documenting universities that have closed or redirected classes due to COVID-19.
General Advice for Teaching Online / Getting Online Quickly (some include resources)
8 thread from Jenae Cohn (@Jenae_Cohn) that begins with a link a Google doc of online teaching resources and tips compiled by her and Beth Seltzer (@beth_seltzer)
9 thread from Sean Michael Morris (@slamteacher) about thinking / adapting pedagogy for online environments
10 thread that specifically focuses on "no/low/high tech"ways of moving classes online from Chinmay Kulkarni (@chinmay).
11 to Coastal Carolina Univ's English dept's online teaching resources page including best practices and links to tech & other resources for students/faculty largely compiled & maintained by Alan Reid (@alanjreidphd).
12 thread by Jessie Male (@profJMale) on teaching online that includes student responses and ideas for accommodating the move.
13 post on HASTAC by Jacque Wernimont thinking through moving online and including links to additional resources (continues to be updated).
14 by Robert Lepenies (@RobertLepenies) describing best practices for moving a conference online that may be useful for thinking through similarly moving a classroom online.
15 post with link to Chronicle article describing 6 steps to moving online quickly & how to get started doing this. Post by Michelle Miller (@MDMillerPHD)
16 post by Brian m. Watson (@brimwats) linking to a resource by Indian U's Vice Provost with resources and steps to take to "keep teaching during prolonged campus or building closures."
17 Jocelyn Rodal (@jocelynrodal) -- guide from Stanford Online High School on setting up and managing an online classroom (includes videos).
18 from Lindsey K L. Gervais (@Lindsey_K_Le) on Pedagogy Practices for Online Learning.
19 from Chronicle Vitae on what to do and how to start getting online (contributed by Karen Montgomery Moore)
20 Post by Betsy Barre about moving online, and thinking through the process. Includes questions to ask as you set up, and an attention to the specific circumstances of this moment.
21 Thread by @daniellynds including useful things to know / consider for moving online
22 facebook note covering broad bases of consideration for quickly moving courses online that weren't designed to be there. (Contributed by Erika Sanborne).
23 thread from Lisa Marie Rhody (@lmrhody) specifically addressing working with graduate students in the midst of COVID19.
24 thread from @JessieNYC with steps to take to move on campus while maintaining a calm, collected, reassuring persona for students. Includes immediate steps and next steps for moving through the process.
25 to article from Miami Univ. (OH) 's Howe Center for Writing Excellence with Top 5 Reads for effective online teaching.
26 and Strategies for moving online from Univ Illinois with a table that puts online strategies in terms of face to face (eg: "if you do lectures face-to-face, talking-head video recording is the online/remote practice for you")
27 post by Rebecca Barrett-Fox entitled "Please Do a Bad Job of Putting Your Class Online" that offers reminders and focal points for the "triage-"type pedagogical reality we are working in.
Guides for maintaining and addressing issues of accessibility and equitability when moving online
29 playground post from Lindsey Passenger Wieck (@lwieck) brainstorming ways to support equitable online learning when (for instance) students only have access to the web via data plans and / or cell phones.
30 thread on online teaching that builds in accessibility from the beginning from Aimi Hamraie (@aiminamraie).
31 Post - "Accesible Teaching in the Time of COVID-19" -- by Aimi Hamraie (further developed from their thread above).
32 thread from brian m. watson (@brimwats) addressing disability and accessibility concerns (particularly beyond WCAG)
Models for Adaptation (incl. courses, assignments, forms for communciating with students)
34 post with link to Google form by Andrea Kaston Tange (@aktange) that survey's students technologies needs / access limitations & others concerns in the event of moving online.
35 from Jesse Stommel (@Jessifer) with examples / models of online classes and explanations of how they were set up.
36 post from Dr. Michelle McMullin (@chellemcmullin) with a link to a google form to use for surveying students' technology access and limitations.
37 from Le Doctor Cagle (@lecagle) including a link to an adaptable google form for assessing students' acessibility needs / tech limitations.
38 from Kathy D. Harris (@triproftri) with link to assignments on Digital Pedagogy that use hypothesis (social web annotation tool).
Tools for Remote Teaching + Advice or Guides for Using Them
40 from Ryan Straight (@ryanstraight) on more advanced, technical considerations when teaching online (especially using Zoom).
41 thread from Dr. Andrew R. Schrock (@aschrock) with advice for using Zoom to host synchronous classes online.
42 thread as "Zoom Cheat-Sheet" from Dr. Danna Young (@dannagal) for those using that technology.
43 thread from RL Barnes (@DigitalHistory) about the terms of service for Zoom video conferencing service that those considering using the service may want to be aware of.
44 thread with advice for teaching through podcasts and/or videos from John Hawks (@johnhawks).
45 from brian m. watson (@brimwats) containing links to open source programs for recording.
46 thread from Jim McGrath (@JimMc_Grath) talking through a first-run of hosting a synchronous class via Zoom. Includes discussion of unforseen issues and logistics to be aware of.
47 Sheet compiled by Dr. Reba Wissner (@reba_wissner) providing a survey of tools for teaching online / remotely. Includes a link, description of what the tool does, cost, advantages, and a contact for help.
48 by @inurlibrary with links to plug-in services to access articles and inter-library loan services even when off a campus wifi / proxy.
Subject-Specific Resources
50 from Megan A. Brooks (@librarygrrrl) with a link to Resources for moving dance-based pedagogy online, and specific request for subject- / discpline-specific guides.
51 post by Sarah Elaine Eaton on the Impact of COVID-19 on Academic Integrity (contributed by Sarah Elaine Eaton)
52 from Bo(nnie) Ruberg (@MyOwnVelouria) with links to freely available videos on: gender & sexuality, digital media, or game.
53 from Christina Boyles (@clboyles) with offers to speak with classes about links between surveillance and climate changes (of which COVID19 is an examples). Includes link to video of recent work.
Support for Students & Communities beyond Teaching
55 to supporting students in other ways than just going online from The Hope Center, shared by Sara Goldrick-Rab (@saragoldrickrab)
56 Guide to COVID-19 that is not specifically about teaching; more to help think through the impact of infectious diseases and structural inequities more broadly (contributed by Dr. Sicchia from Univ. of Toronto & Interdisciplinary Centre for Health & Society).
57 thread from Howard Fooksman (@GoGoHoFo) with human things to enact and keep in mind in this time (eg: transparency, kindness, care)
58 thread from Alison Ledgerwood (@AlisonLedg) with 10 quick ideas for effectively dealing with stress & negativity.
Offers of support or advice through DMs / webinars / community forums
60 post by Bridget Brewer (@bridgieb06), virtual trainer, offering help with Zoom to those getting online quickly
61 with link and announcement about walk-in webinars hosted by GSOLE (@gsoleducators) to provide support in real time (and with Q/A) for moving / teaching online
62 from Jessie Borgman (@jessieborgman) with a link to the online writing instruction community.
63 from Erica Charis-Molling (@egcharismolling) with an offer to provide help / assistance to teachers moving online. DMs open.
64 and Event link from HASTAC about a webinar, March 17, about remote instruction and online class engagement.
65 from Ross Teixeira (@RossTeixeira) with resources launched in support of moving online, including a Slack Workspace "Remote Academic 2020" for community discussions about teaching remotely.
66 from GSOLE (@gsoleducators) with link to open discussion board forum for answering questions as they come in about moving online and teaching remotely.
Other Collections of Resources
68"Bare bones" twitter thread from Barbara Smith (@nanaslugdiva) with resources for moving online.
69 Google doc maintained by Jacque Wernimont pooling resources for teaching online. Includes information on teaching about COVID-19 / pandemics / health specifically, as well as links similar to those here.
70 in Assay Journal collecting resources and talking through processes for rapidly moving classes online.
#covidcampushashtag to check out on Twitter (started by Hannah Alpert Abrams @hralperta) with a lot of resources for onlne teaching, including subject-specific resources & policy discussions.
72 of resourcs for teaching online from Humanities Commons. Includes strategies for teaching remotely, addressing equity & accessibility concerns, and further resource guides.
73 from Meghan Norris (@DrMeghanNorris) with a link to another google doc of compiled resources.