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A short column on setting up a home office (PDF)

A short column on the components of an online course (PDF)

A Baker’s dozen of techniques for creating an online course (Word Document)

Top Ten Tips (T3) - Canvas Ideas for the Professor (Word Document)

Examples of Best Practices Presentation (PDF)

FCE Guidelines for Course Design (PDF)

Here is a page that the Online Learning Consortium put together that provides "a collection of resources and initiatives to support your efforts in moving courses to an online format when emergency situations arise."

https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/about/continuity-planning-emergency-preparedness-resources/

Non-exhaustive resources:

A textbook recommendation for any instructor who is new to online teaching - 

"Teaching Online: A Practical Guide" by Susan Ko and Steve Rossen  ISBN 9780415832434. It is "an accessible, introductory, and comprehensive guide for anyone who teaches online." 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/0415832438/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_w2cCEb50952RS

Faculty in the college of pharmacy have been creating videos of their PowerPoint lectures by adding narrations to them. The advantage of using this platform for creating video is that it is easy to edit and does not require re-recording a lecture each time. Each slide narration can be edited individually and a new video can be created using previous narrations. The links below provide step-by-step instructions on how to create these.

 

Dr. Steve Kramer shares his perspective on the Instructional Continuity. Dr. Kramer was asked to represent HCBE on the President’s Coronavirus Preparedness Team and felt that he is able to help the general NSU faculty population make a quick and effective transition to online by putting together a way to “teach then to fish” in a new way. 

To read Dr. Kramer's perspective on Instructional Continuity, click here.

Telework Support Resources: On Demand

You can now directly access a dedicated page of Telework Support Resources for you and your team. This page currently includes links to a LinkedIn Learning Playlist, quick reads for employees who might engage in telework, supervisors who manage teleworkers, Faculty resources, and more.

https://www.nova.edu/hr/COVID19/resources.html


Please see Employee and Leadership development sessions on https://www.nova.edu/hr/training/index.html for even more telework resources!

The NSU Libraries' online collections and tutorials are continuously available, and library staff remain available to support NSU students, facuty, and staff through online and telephone platforms during live virtual reference hours. For more information, please visit:

NSU Libraries Virtual Services: https://nsufl.libguides.com/virtual-services

NSU Libraries Online Resources: https://nsufl.libguides.com/online-resources

Below are resources from LinkedIn Learning, formerly Lynda.com, that serve as great resources for faculty and staff professional development.

Recommended Courses for Virtual Work:

Taking Your Teaching Online Program CollectionA collection of Magna Online Seminars and 20-Minute Mentor programs about online teaching and learning. 

Additional Temporary Online Research Resources - In response to the transition to online learning, many publishers and other content providers are making additional resources freely available online for a limited time for students, teachers, and librarians.  

Need Someone to Talk to About How to Manage Student Writing in Your Online Course? Contact the faculty coordinators with the NSU Writing and Communication Center.

The NSU Writing and Communication Center (WCC) helps students by providing writing consultations, but we also help faculty through workshops on effective teaching practices, and consultation on the design of documents, assignments, and courses. As NSU faculty prepare to deliver all classes online, we hope you will:

  • View the WCC list of resources for teaching writing online, which includes official Canvas and online course design resources, as well as ad-hoc community documents and published research. You can also find online teaching tips and learn about WCC-created modules in Canvas that you can download into your online courses on topics such as avoiding plagiarism and APA citation 7th
  • Join a WCC faculty coordinator in Zoom any time from 9am-12pm (M-F) between March 16-27. Instructors can drop in and ask questions of faculty coordinators with experience teaching writing online. Join using this link: https://nova.zoom.us/j/927357041 .
  • Send the WCC a question or request. Not sure how to manage student writing in Canvas? Need a module on a writing-related topic but aren’t sure where to start? Fill out the linked form and a WCC faculty coordinator will get back to you within 24 hours (though likely sooner) to try and address your need.
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