Published on March 12, 2020
Updated on April 30, 2020
To ensure the continuity of instruction, campuses have prepared resources to help faculty pivot teaching in an online format. The links below provide both technical and pedagogical advice to faculty to keep teaching.
- For faculty, student, and staff questions related to pivoting to online delivery, consult the Keep Learning UM System Website.
- For support in using the campus toolsets, consult the Teaching Tools UM System Website.
- For campus specific resources, please select below:
- For Zoom workshops on tools, please see the schedule of Teaching Technology workshops offered below
- UMKC – https://ecommerce.umkc.edu/onlineworkshops
- MU – https://calendar.missouri.edu/department/educational_technologies_at_missouri
These resources are meant to be a just-in-time remote or online teaching guides for instructors needing to switch teaching modes quickly.
The goal is to maintain the delivery of quality instruction as much as possible to minimize the disruption of student progress toward degree completion.
For further support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4/3/20 Addition: Many additional resources have emerged in order to support teaching for learning.
- Methods of Summative Assessment for Online Learning, provided by University of Missouri Campus Writing Program and Teaching for Learning Center
- LockDown Browser with Respondus Monitor for Mizzou Canvas Users, provided by Dr. Steve Klien, Department of Communications, University of Missouri
- Print Reserves and DVD access for Online Instruction, provided by MU Libraries
- Online Teaching Toolkit, provided by ACUE
- How to Be a Better Online Teacher, Advice Guide, provided by Flower Darby and the Chronicle of Higher Education
- Going Online in a Hurry: What to do and Where to Start, provided by Michelle D. Miller and the Chronicle of Higher Education
- Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption: Synchronous vs Asynchronous Options, Retrieved from; Cohn, J., and Seltzer, B. (2020, March 10).
- Resources for Just-in-Time Online Teaching, Retrieved from; Bruff, D. (2020, March 7). Derek Bruff, Director, Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University.
- Dealing with the Unexpected: Teaching When You or Your Students Can’t Make it to Class, Margarita Johnson, S., and McDaniel, R. (n.d.) Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University.
- What I Am Learning About My Students During an Impossible Semester, provided by James M. Lang, and the Chronicle of Higher Education