Below you will find links to research and shared resources from a wide variety of university sites, journal articles, and research papers to help you identify best practices, set learner expectations, create more engaging learning experiences, improve learning outcomes, and adapt to remote methods of teaching.
For resources focused on our own campus community, please see Campus Resources.
Teaching and Learning Online
- UNC System Course Enhancement and OER Collections (in a new tab)
- Quality in Online Course Design
- 7 Things That Worked in My Online Course
- Eight Lessons Learned from Teaching Online video
- How to Be a Better Online Instructor
- I suddenly have to move my course online! What should I do?
- Instructional Strategies for Online Courses
- Maintaining Professionalism: Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media
- Teaching Online: A Guide to Theory, Research, and Practices (online book)
- The Impact of Instructor Intervention on the Quality and Frequency of Discussion Posts
- SUNY Free Online Resources for Faculty
- Variables Associated With Achievement in Higher Education
Online Content Design
- Making Your Own Videos
- Quality Matters Higher Education Course Design Rubric
- Resources for STEM Education Centers in Response to COVID-19
- 8 Ways to be More Inclusive in Your Zoom Teaching
- First-Generation College Students as Academic Learners: A Systematic Review
- Motivating Diverse Learners Using Culturally Relevant & Responsive Education
- Teaching labs remotely (Vanderbilt)
- Remote lab activities (Dartmouth)
- How can I offer virtual labs? (Duke)
- Online learning resources (The Royal Conservatory of Music)
- How to teach music online (The Royal Conservatory of Music)
- Teaching Theatre Online: A Shift in Pedagogy Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak
- Moving Production Classes Online, Working Document
- Convergences Theatre Collective Online Learning & Teaching: A Guide
- ATHE Resources for Teaching Online
- To sign up for remote workshops or view recordings of previous sessions, visit Keep Teaching Trainings.
- To schedule a one-on-one consultation with instructional design staff, visit Consultations.
- To ask a question or share an idea with the Keep Teaching community of instructors and support staff, visit the Help Forum.
- For information and guidelines related to planning your Spring or Summer 2021 mode of instruction, visit Modes of Teaching.
- Find links to campus resources and other helpful information on the Resources page.