reading about teaching online: a collection of links (2)

UBC RESOURCES

Effective Online Teaching Practices

Keep Teaching

https://www.eoas.ubc.ca/news-events/news/1583996400

Click to access Jones-etal_Distance-Ed_UBC-SciEd-OH2016.pdf

Click to access UBC_Accessibility_Handout.pdf

Canvas FAQ

Canvas

https://blogs.ams.org/mathmentoringnetwork/2020/05/05/learning-during-the-pandemic-what-we-wish-our-professors-and-mentors-knew/

https://isit.arts.ubc.ca/arts-remote-teaching-consultations-canvas-template/

Read more:

  • Konheim-Kalkstein, Y. L., Stellmack, M. A., & Shilkey, M. L. (2008). Comparison of honor code and non-honor code classrooms at a non-honor code university. Journal of College and Character, 9(3). https://doi.org/10.2202/1940-1639.1115
  • Siev, S., & Kliger, D. (2019). Cheating in academic exams: A field study. In Dishonesty in Behavioral Economics (pp. 111-140). Academic Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-815857-9.00008-X
  • Jesse Stommel https://www.jessestommel.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

https://mailchi.mp/ubc/edubytes-newsletter-june2020?e=15aabc18b0

UBC ARTS ISIT SUMMER WEBINAR SERIES

Past Sessions


here are some that I’ve found to be useful (many also, as it happens, feature some of our faculty): each webinar is recorded, and for most of them you can view and download slides, sometimes also guides (like old-fashioned printed or printable handouts) inc. resources / further reading / bibliography.

Some to highlight, of more direct relevance to our kind of teaching; I’m just linking to slides, being least resource-heavy for viewing and downloading:
MAKING USE OF THE ARTS REMOTE TEACHING TEMPLATE – APRIL 23, APRIL 27 & MAY 7, 2020
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/05/Arts-ISIT-RemoteTeachingTemplateWebinarSlides-2020.ppt

WHAT WE’VE LEARNED FROM MOVING TO ONLINE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION: A PANEL PRESENTATION – JUNE 4, 2020
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/06/Arts-ISIT-webinar_2020-06-04-What-Weve-Learned-from-Moving-to-Online-Language-Instruction1.pptx

KEEPING THE INTEGRITY: LANGUAGE ASSESSMENTS FOR ONLINE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS – JUNE 11, 2020

Click to access Keeping-the-Integrity-and-Language-Assessment_final-for-sharing.pdf

SIMPLE ENGAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING – JUNE 16, 2020
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/06/Arts-ISIT-webinar_2020-06-16-Language-panel.pptx

UBC BLOGS AS A MULTIDIMENSIONAL TOOL FOR ASSESSMENT: FROM LANGUAGE PRODUCTION TO INTERCULTURAL CONNECTIONS – JUNE 24, 2020
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/06/Arts-ISIT-webinar-2020-06-24-Maria-Carbonetti_FV.pptx

TECHNICAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TEACHING FROM HOME: SETUP & EQUIPMENT (JULY 17, 2020)
(Andrew Gray, Creative Writing; this is the single most useful webinar I’ve seen, of the many that I’ve seen over the last nearly 5 months)
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/07/Arts-ISIT-webinar-2020-07-17-Andrew-Gray-FINAL.pptx
Home Recording Support Guide: https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/07/CRWR-Andrew-Gray-Home-Recording-Support.docx

BLENDING CLASSES WITH CREATIVE STUDENT WORK: BALANCING ONLINE INTERACTION & LIVE LECTURES (JULY 20, 2020)
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/07/Arts-ISIT-webinar-2020-07-20-John-Vigna-FINAL.pptx

ENGAGING STUDENTS THROUGH UBC BLOGS AND MULTIMEDIA (JULY 21, 2020)
https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/07/Arts-ISIT-webinar-2020-07-21-Jon-Beasley-Murray-FINAL.pptx

CREATIVE ENGAGEMENT IN ONLINE LEARNING (JULY 23, 2020)
https://applications.arts.ubc.ca/guest/clas/index.php?anon=true&cid=327&gid=0&co=true&evid=4flMyL0H57Qhs3k%2Bg7mHxw%3D%3D

Upcoming webinars:

Pedagogical Series

(Webinar) Blending the Online Language Classroom: Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Activities – July 27, 2020

Arts ISIT also offer a series on using Canvas, for anyone who’s not used Canvas before or not much, this is a useful first step before contacting Arts ISIT. Who are of course overloaded, so doing some preparation independently before getting their help—rather than asking them to build something completely for you—can help them out, and make subsequent individual appointments with them a more efficient use of the time and energies of all concerned:

Canvas

UBC RESOURCES: FILMING, VIDEO, PRACTICALITIES

UBC Arts ISIT webinar on setup and equipment for teaching from home (especially but not only video):

  1. slides: “Technical Recommendations for Teaching from Home”
    https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/07/Arts-ISIT-webinar-2020-07-17-Andrew-Gray-FINAL.pptx
  2. Home Recording Support Guide
    https://isitworkshops.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/07/CRWR-Andrew-Gray-Home-Recording-Support.docx
    —as distinct from another “Guide,”
    https://ctlt-act-2020.sites.olt.ubc.ca/files/2020/06/Developing-guiding-principles-for-fall-instruction-4.pdf

  3. recording etc. via
    https://isitworkshops.arts.ubc.ca/technical-recommendations-for-teaching-from-home-setup-equipment-july-17-2020/

More older stuff …

http://mediamakers.sites.olt.ubc.ca/939-2/

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