Resources and Support for remote teaching, assessment and student support in response to COVID-19

When preparing modules to be taught remotely for a short period off campus, it is important to remember that it is different from designing a fully online course. 

We offer a range of tools, support, and guidance to help shift scheduled teaching to the online environment. There is training available online for using these tools.

All you need is your computer, internet, camera (optional) and microphone. You can do most of this remotely if you need to work away from your office.

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Guidelines

Links to key resources to support Semester One's Temporary Online Pivot

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Collaborate

Blackboard Collaborate for online lectures and meetings 

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Tools

Tools to help with remote teaching

(Content in development)

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Recording

Recording content, short videos and screencasts