Published on March 16, 2020
In light of the Chancellor’s message requiring all MU classes to be held online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester, we wanted to reach out to offer you support as you work to move your Writing Intensive classes online. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Christy Goldsmith (GoldsmithC@missouri.edu) for help in setting up writing assignments in Canvas, using Canvas Speedgrader and rubrics to assess writing online, setting up writing groups for peer response, or any other task related to writing in the online environment.
University of Missouri Resources:
- For faculty, student, and staff questions related to pivoting to online delivery, consult the Keep Learning UM System Website.
- For support in using the campus toolsets, consult the Teaching Tools UM System Website.
- For Mizzou specific resources: https://provost.missouri.edu/coronavirus/
- Guide from the UM System, a Quick start Guide to remote teaching
- MU Online Course and Program Quality Team
Panopto and Zoom Resources:
- Canvas and Panopto Help Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Teaching Technology Workshops Calendar
- Best Practices for Interacting with students via Panopto and Zoom
- Directions for Creating Zoom Meetings
- Directions for Activating Zoom and Panopto in Canvas
General e-Teaching Resources
- Chronicle of Higher Education has ideas for Getting Online in a Hurry
- Handy step-by-step guide for moving classes online from Chronicle of Higher Education
- Ideas for Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption
- Dr. Jesse Stommel (Twitter: @Jessifer) provides a sample syllabus with a variety of assignments and ideas for online response.
- Dr. Dana Young (Twitter: @dannagal), created a cheat sheet (with pictures!) for moving a ‘lecture’ course online, specifically narrating a ppt via zoom.
- Dr. Zandra de Araujo and Dr. Sam Otten (Twitter: @zdearaujo and @ottensam) share ideas for using math videos to teach math remotely (but lots of good stuff for other teaching too!)
- ACUE Online Teaching Tookit
Resources for Researching Remotely
- University of Missouri Libraries guide to remote services
- OER Commons, a public digital library of open educational resources
- Merlot, curated online learning and support materials
- Project Cora, an open-access community of online research assignments
- Tips for maintaining privacy in online teaching from the Library Freedom Project