Resource Links for Educators and Students
NOTE: This resource page is being updated as we become aware of useful sites. As a working faculty member or parent, are you thrilled to have access to a particular resource? Please send recommendations to Jill O'Neill, Director of Content, NISO, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Support Resources
- Home Internet Health Guide (Shared Google Doc, Matt Turner of Marklogic, Prepared March 18, 2020)
- Tips for Learning During Disruption (Google Slideshow, Rice University, Visited March 17, 2020)
- Tips To Share With Students: Adjusting Study Habits in COVID-19 (Blog Post, College of Dupage, March 30, 2020)
Adapting to and Delivering Remote Instruction
- Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption (Shared Google Document, Stanford University, March 6, 2020) Two Academic Tech Specialists continue to update this resource. See document for additional details.
- Is Your Library Prepared for Remote Learning? (Web Based Information Resource, Ex Libris, March 12, 2020)
- Help! I need to teach my course online and I’ve never done this before (Blog Post, American Mathematical Society, March 16, 2020)
- Moving to Online Teaching: Free Access to Epigeum Resources (Web Based Information Resource, Oxford University Press, March 16, 2020)
- Surprise! Transitioning to Online Teaching (Blog Post, American Mathematical Society, March 16, 2020)
- Best Practices: Online Pedagogy (Web-based Information Resource, Harvard University, Visited March 17, 2020)
- NYU Remote Instruction Support (Web-based Information Resource, NYU, Visited March 17, 2020)
- Virginia Tech Continuity of Instruction (Web-based Information Resource, Virginia Tech, Visited March 17, 2020)
- Strategies for Teaching Remotely (Web-based Information Resource, Modern Language Association, Visited March 17, 2020)
- Remote Learning (Web-based Information Resource, Texas Association of Community Colleges, Visited March 17, 2020)
- Online Teaching Perspectives (Web-Based Information Resource, American Historical Association, March 26, 2020)
- The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning (Article, EDUCAUSE Review, March 27, 2020)
- Critical Thinking on Remote Learning and Teaching — a Bibliography of Ideas (Bibliography, Anne Hays, Assistant Professor and Librarian, College of Staten Island, CUNY)
- Resources for Teaching Your Chemistry Class Online: A Free to Read Collection from the American Chemical Society & the ACS Division of Chemical Education
- E.H. Gombrich: A-Z of the World from Yale University Press London: As an aid to students, teachers and parents dealing with the challenges of home learning, we have constructed an A–Z of the World taken from E. H. Gombrich’s, A Little History of the World. Day by day, we will be sharing a bite size introduction to a historical figure, event or period – using Gombrich’s magical words – along with links to free resources, so that readers of all ages can discover more.