The table below outlines digital tools and strategies we recommend based on teaching objectives. Please note that the main tool we recommend for meeting with students or pre-recording a presentation is Zoom, and the main tool we recommend for sharing documents and messages with students is Sakai. The links in the table lead to a broader discussion of each topic and give you step-by-step instructions for using digital tools to meet the objective.
You can find information by topic on the following pages:
What do you want to do?
|Get started with Zoom||Learn How|
|Meet with your class online with Zoom||Learn How|
|Customize meetings for office hours and smaller and larger classes with Zoom||Learn How|
|Make a pre-recorded presentation available to your students with Zoom||Learn How|
|Explore more advanced techniques in video capturing and editing with a variety of tools||Learn How|
|Share messages and documents with your students with Sakai||Learn How
|Automatically send Zoom class recordings to Sakai-Warpwire with captions||Learn How
|Administer exams and assessments remotely ||Learn How|
|Proctor exams remotely||Learn How
If you’re seeking additional training videos, please visit the Help Videos page. To sign up for remote workshops, view recordings of previous workshops, or schedule a private consultation, please visit the Trainings page. For links to research and resources about best practices in remote teaching from a wide variety of sources, please see the Best Practices page.