Resources: Transitioning to Online Teaching in the Face of COVID-19

In a recent webinar (hosted by the American Sociological Association on March 19, 2020), I gave a brief talk about online learning and supports for marginalized students. This post is not meant to replicate the talk, but rather provide some supporting resources for those looking to make their online course more inclusive in the short term.

If you want to take a look at what was covered, you can find the deck I presented here.

Find below some additional resources organized by the themes in the talk:

Some light reading on how to set expectations for yourself and your students when as you switch to online teaching mid-semester:

Links to resources mentioned in the talk on tips to mitigate student digital divides in technology access:

Link to resources mentioned in the talk on tips to mitigate online participation gap:

  • Common tools used for live chat backchannels include Discord and Slack

 

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