Remote Learning

Remote Learning Resources

There are a range of technologies and pedagogical strategies for providing instruction outside the traditional format of face-to-face instruction. The appropriate tools and strategies depend on the learning goals for each course, and a vast array of expertise has developed in this area in the past two decades. Below are links to resources that can support faculty who are designing units of instruction online or in other remote formats.

The following is an excellent collection of resources gathered and contributed by Faculty Chair & Professor of History Cherilyn Lacy.

If you would like to suggest a resource for inclusion here, please send the information to Tom Warger at

The Chronicle of Higher Education, ‘Going Online in a Hurry: What to do and Where to Start’

Agnes Scott College, ‘Remote Education Resources’

American Society for Microbiology, ‘Biology Teaching in the Time of COVID-19’

American University, ‘Transforming a Face-to-Face Class Day into an Online Class Day’

Bowdoin College, Center for Learning and Teaching

Brown University, Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, ‘Inclusive Approaches to Support Student Assignments During Times of Disruption’

University of California, Center for Teaching & Learning

Georgia State University, Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning

Harvard University, ‘Teach Remotely’

MIT, ‘Instructional Continuity’

Stanford University, ‘Teach Anywhere’

University of Washington, Center for Teaching and Learning

Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption

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