With the semester now in full swing, here is a recap of the online and hybrid teaching resources covered so far, and a look ahead to what’s in store.
To make 1:1 office hours easier, consider using the appointments feature and integrating Zoom with your Google Calendar.
Soliciting student feedback throughout the term is an important way to get a pulse on how students are doing. Learn tips for gathering student feedback on course content and navigation.
Learn about MLane, a new IT solution for U-M students in China, plus tips for teaching globally distributed students.
The Town Hall will focus on maintaining academic integrity in the remote teaching context, with emphasis on online exams.
This resource answers FAQs, provides key links, and offers best practices to help you ensure security in Zoom meetings.
Engagement, communication, and feedback are necessary for effective learning. Start by making a plan.
In his recent R2GB webinar, Patrick Hammett, PhD offers tips and strategies for dual hybrid courses.
Plan to use recorded material? Here are tips and guidelines for creating a FERPA-compliant recording.
Welcome to the Nexus Faculty Resources Blog, our new platform offering tips and strategies for online and hybrid teaching.