Pivoting to Online Teaching:
Research and Practitioner Perspectives
Explore research-informed, effective practices for online teaching and learning in postsecondary institutions.
This site serves as an access point for those that do not wish to register for the edX course, as well as a hub for connecting participant work. However, if you would like to register for the course, please see the edX registration page.
For more information about this self-paced course, see the Syllabus page. Keep in mind that this is a self-paced course, so you are free to pick and choose as needed, as well as explore deeper on topics covered as well as add anything you are interested in studying.
Module 0 – Introduction (as well as a quick examination of the course topics for those that need last-minute help now)
Module 1 – Getting Online Quickly
Module 2 – Content Creation
Module 3 – Fostering Interaction
Module 4 – Student Learning and Assessment
Module 5 – Blended Learning and Moving Forward
See also the Archives of past live sessions, podcasts, resources, and bibliographies.
HAPPENING THIS WEEK:
- Module 0, Module 1, Module 2, Module 3, Module 4, and Module 5 are live.
- Tweet using the hashtag #pivotonline that we commandeered
If you need some guides for right now, here are some blog posts that can help:
- Let’s Talk About “Shifting an Entire University Online as Disaster Preparedness”…
- An Emergency Guide (of sorts) to Getting This Week’s Class Online in About an Hour (or so)
For those needing some music to listen to while transitioning to online, or a good laugh, here is a playlist from YouTube: “Pivot to Online: the 80s Version.”