To help support the increased offerings of online summer courses, DigLibArts and Wardman Library have compiled the following resources for instructors.
Whittier College’s course management system.
A tool for transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting.
Web conferencing software for synchronous/asynchronous online teaching and meetings.
Create banners, slides, and visual elements for your online course.
VideoAnt is a web-based video annotation tool.
Watch thisTUTORIAL to get started.
Hangouts bring conversations to life with photos, emoji, and even group video calls for free.
Online Learning Journal, Online Learning Consortium
Course Development Planning Library, Educause
Best Practices for Teaching Online, Brown University School of Professional Studies
Best Practices in Online Teaching Strategies, Hanover Research Council
“Towards Best Practices in Online Learning and Teaching in Higher Education,” Jared Keengwe and Terry T. Kidd, Journal of Online Teaching and Learning
Best Practices for Online Instructors: Reminders,” Wade W. Fish and Leah E. Wickersham, The Quarterly Review of Distance Education
“Implementing Best Practices in Online Learning,” by Rob Abel, Educause Quarterly