Online learning can occur in many different environments, including undergraduate classes, graduate classes, and workplace trainings. Shifting content from face-to-face instruction to online platforms can be challenging, but there are best practices to ensure learners get the most out of this environment. These resources are meant to guide instructors through the transition to virtual learning and provide ongoing support. They include advice for instructing and assessing students remotely as well as provide etiquette for using online learning tools. Be sure to check out our Online Learning Tools page to access training on remote learning technology.
Just In Time
These Just In Time resources are ideal if you only have a couple of minutes to start finding out about Online Learning Best Practices.
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Video Best Practices
Source: Media Solutions
This tip sheet from the Media Solutions team provides guidelines for creating effective instructional videos.
If you have more time to invest, these Deeper Dive resources are longer and/or more in depth so you can gain a deeper understanding of Online Learning Best Practices.