This page contains recordings of past CITL workshops on Remote Teaching.
To get the most out of these recordings, carefully review Lehigh's step-by-step guide: Preparing to Teach A Blended or Fully Online Course
Description: Course Site will be the core online learning platform for all courses offered during this period of remote teaching. This workshop will prepare instructors for the basic steps of using Course Site to send Announcements and to create Course Lecture pages, Discussion Forums, Quizzes, Exams, and Assignments.
[Recording - Course Site as Your Core Online Learning Platform]
Description: Online lectures can be delivered through written Course Lectures, pre-recorded videos, or live online interactive sessions. This workshop will prepare faculty to create all three, and will discuss the relative benefits of each approach.
[Recording - Delivering Pre-Recorded Lectures Online]
Description: Zoom allows faculty and students to interact and engage online in real-time This workshop will introduce instructors to the basic features and functions of Zoom.
Description: In addition to sharing course material and delivering lectures, instructors will need to provide feedback to students and create opportunities for instructor-student and student-student interaction. This session will prepare instructors to use various Course Site tools to interact with students.
Description: When students cannot take a quiz or an exam in a traditional physical classroom, instructors will need to create online assessments. This workshop will prepare instructors to use Course Site to create online quizzes and exams.
[Recording - Creating Quizzes and Exams in Course Site]
[Recording - Creating Online Exams in Computation-Heavy STEM Courses]
Description: When students cannot physically hand in written work, instructors will need to use online methods of collecting and grading papers. This workshop will introduce instructors to use Course Site to assign and collect student papers, offer comments, and assign grades in an online environment.
A discussion of creating assessments that focus on applied, 'real-life' scenarios that go beyond direct testing of content knowledge.
This session was for faculty who are teaching courses that involve hands-on creative activity in studio settings. The idea is for you to share approaches you are using, raise questions, and think through the challenges with your peers.
[Recording - Teaching Studio Courses Remotely]
We have received many requests for additional help creating lectures that capture hand-written or hand-drawn work (i.e., what you might write or draw on a whiteboard or blackboard during class).
To meet this need, we are offering a few new forms of support:
Other improvised options:
Please continue to refer to the Academic Continuity Guide for additional guidance and links to support for the various software and approaches listed here.
Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
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Bethlehem, PA 18015
Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) fosters excellence and innovation in teaching, learning, and research by providing faculty and students with development opportunities, teaching tools, course development opportunities, classroom and instructional support, and consultation services.
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