Teaching Online (or not): Considerations for Faculty at Liberal Arts Institutions
With the possibility of continued online instruction in the fall, or at least the potential for having to pivot to remote teaching on short notice, what strategies can be used by faculty who teach at liberal arts institutions when planning their courses for the fall? How can high impact teaching practices translate from small classrooms to Zoom and other online platforms? What particular challenges are faced by faculty at teaching-intensive institutions when transitioning to teaching online, and what existing strengths can we draw upon to maximize the effectiveness of our classes.
Presenters: Benjamin Le, Haverford College; Yanna Weisberg, Linfield College, email@example.com
Slides from the presentation: https://bit.ly/SPSP_lac_online
Mentioned in the presentation:
- Kevin McIntryre's Open Stats Lab
- Ben's brief "bandwidth survey"
- Video lecture demo/sharing on YouTube (Ben's Open Science lectures)
- Lecture exchange Google sheet
- Other lecture exchange Google sheet (psychology faculty who can guest lecture)
- Children Helping Science (developmental research website)
- Text about specifications grading