Resources for Teaching Remotely
There may be times when you are required to make a change in the delivery of your course. Faculty may be required to teach remotely. Below are resources to help you adapt in-person courses to provide continuity for student learning.
Clermont IDTS has created a Teaching Your Courses Remotely page to provide options and best practices for faculty to teach courses remotely. This information is specifically developed for Clermont faculty.
UC Remote Resources
To support the transition, UC has created a Remote Resource page with information about remote working, teaching and technology. Please take advantage of these resources at my.uc.edu. Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CET&L) provides great resources for UC faculty. Please read their Preparing to Teach Remotely page.
Please read our teaching remotely FAQ page. We will keep updating this page as more questions arise.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact all educators across the country in unprecedented ways. We have been curating resources among the field of high education to provide some valuable resources for you.
Please read this page for additional information for Math faculty about master courses in Canvas.
Please read this page for additional resources for Science faculty to teach remotely
In the field of online education, a variety of tools can be used to support student learning. We have provided some instructional tools on this page. Hopefully, you will find some tools that can be used in a meaningful way in your classes.