The Center for Teaching Excellence is here to support faculty who may be migrating course content for online course delivery.
In addition to the Reflective Practice Online Teaching Circle’s web page that includes IUP faculty-generated best practice recommendations and resources, CTE has
identified a variety of key articles and websites that may assist your expedited transition. Faculty please help us to add to this list by submitting resources that you have found helpful to email@example.com.
Please also be aware that IUP Instructional Design Services has numerous resources, including “How To” videos on
topics such as D2L, Zoom, and accessibility for differentiated instruction.
The IUP IDS office will offer D2L and Zoom workshops and consultation (both in-person and via Zoom) opportunities for faculty and teaching associates. CTE encourages faculty who have online teaching experience to co-facilitate the D2L and Zoom workshops
with the IDS specialists.
Faculty needing individual consultation or technical support should log these requests into ihelp.
Academic Advisement Summary Model 1
Academic Advisement Summary Model 2
Department for Disability Access and AdvisingQuestions concerning providing accommodations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jones White Writing Center Support for Students
Remote Continuity Plans
Student Tips for Embracing Stress
Student Tips for Note Taking
Student Tips for Online Instruction
Student Tips for Overcoming Procrastination
Student Tips for Self-Care
Advice on Teaching an Online Class for the First Time
Effective Teaching Online
What Online Teachers Have Learned From Teaching Online
How to Be a Better Online Teacher
OLC - Online Learning Consortium - Continuity Planning and Emergency Preparedness
Rapid Response Pedagogy Resources
Remote Teaching Resources
Choosing Delivery Modes That Best Target Learning Outcomes (A bit of theory)
Best Practices in Online Course Design and Delivery
How Others are Preparing for Online Instruction
Teaching Resources During Unplanned Events
10 Tips for Success from Online Teachers
Additional materials for this and other sessions are available by contacting CTE.
How Can I Become A Better Online Instructor?
How Can I Create A Platform for Difficult Conversations in an Online Classroom
How Can I Spark Conversation in the Classroom?
How Can I Ensure Academic Honesty in my Online Assessments
How Can Media Richness Theory Improve My Instruction?
How Can Online Instructors Better Manage Their Workload?
How do I Set Students Up for Success in Online Courses
Monday Morning Mentor
Taking Your Teaching Online Program Collection
What is the Best Teaching Advice I Ever Received
What Teaching Strategies Help Engage All Learners Online
What Technology and Tools Do I Need To Create a Podcast for My Students
Course Hero - Free until June 30, 2020
Health Care Services for Indiana County Residents
Resources for Students Remaining in Indiana County
Support Groups in Indiana County
Where to Turn for Help in Indiana County
I will Survive - Michael Bruening
Tools and Videos for Transition to Online
Zoom Break-Out Rooms
Zoom Tips for First-Time Users
Zoom Thoughts and Recommendations for Distance Learning
Zoom Technical Support
Zoom Video Tutorial
The Global Society of Online Literacy Educators (GSOLE)These webinars are meant to complement the workshops that CTE are hosting.