Teaching Continuity at UVM:

Resources for Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants

New content for Fall 2020 will be available soon.
Teaching Strategies Info & Resources Associated Tools & Software
Keep students informed Communication Email, Blackboard Announcements, Teams
Revise for Feasibility Ideas/Considerations 5 Tips on Revamping Tests and Assignments, Synchronous vs. Asynchronous
Build online community Class Discussion Blackboard Discussion Board, Flipgrid, Teams
Assess with Quizzes and Tests Tests and Quizzes Blackboard Tests and alternative options
Collect student work Assignments Blackboard Assignments, Journals, Blogs
Present instructional content Lectures / Materials Text-based options, Screencasts, Existing Online Lectures Sources, Blackboard Content Areas
Manage grades online Grading in Blackboard Blackboard Grade Center
Checklist to Get Started
Keep informed (See UVM COVID-19 Info page)
Check with your chair about departmental plans
Communicate to students early and regularly (more in “Communication“), and survey your students about their access to technology.
Amend your syllabus with revised course plans (more in “Communication“)
Identify the essentials you still need to cover in your course. Brainstorm how you might teach them remotely by reading through the resources we’ve listed below. Contact the CTL for help. Note: All workshops and help sessions are now conducted remotely.

Get Help with Remote Teaching