Online teaching

You may already be teaching segments, classes, or whole courses online already, or maybe you are considering transforming your teaching to an online format. Regardless, on these pages, you will find inspiration and good examples of how to transform your teaching elements to an online format while still keeping the engagement and motivation of your students.

Online teaching is when the far majority of teaching takes place online, either synchronously via Microsoft Teams/Zoom or asynchronously. Students are not present in the physical classroom but follow the courses online remotely. The online digital teaching and learning tools can help instructors address diverse audiences and allow them to adapt their teaching style to students’ different needs and skill levels whether teaching in a traditional classroom or via online channels.

Navigate the pages on the left side to get inspiration for your online teaching and learning practice.

Bates, A. W. (Tony) and Sangrà, Albert. (2011). Managing Technology in
Higher Education: Strategies for Transforming Teaching and Learning
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Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Darby, & Lang, J. M. (2019). Small teaching online : Applying learning science in online classes. Jossey-Bass.

Guest, R., Rohde, N., Selvanathan, S., & Soesmanto, T. (2018). Student satisfaction and online teaching. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education43(7).