The internet and social media are loaded with information and advice for faculty who are struggling to go online quickly. Much of it is centered around the critical area of technical support--what tools to use, when and how.
At the same time, there’s a gap in resources available to support faculty who want to create the best learning experience possible in their newly virtual environments. To help fill this gap, we’ve been actively developing simple, quick tools and resources that reinforce student learning and engagement. And today we’re launching our new “Going Virtual” video series
Our first video: Converting Your Content shares ideas for effectively preparing onground materials for online. All the videos in the series are written and presented by our senior designers--who have years of experience supporting faculty as they go online. Best of all, each video in the series will provide a set of implementable ideas in three minutes or less.
You’ll find our Going Virtual videos in our recently launched LX Design Center, which also provides additional resources and tools for teaching and learning today, including a new live chat option to connect faculty members with the support of an experienced O’Donnell Learn designer, weekdays, 9am to 5pm EDT.