Remote Learning Resources for Universities and Colleges

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Educause (opens in new tab)
This terrific list includes Higher Education Continuity Planning and Emergency Preparedness Information, Campus Advisory Information, Alternative Educational Delivery Methods and much more.

Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Continuity Planning and Emergency Preparedness (opens in new tab)
A collection of resources and initiatives to support educators' efforts in moving courses to an online format when emergency situations arise.

Teach Anywhere Guide – Stanford University (opens in new tab)
Take your class online during sudden and prolonged campus or building closures

Remote Teaching Resources for Business Continuity (opens in new tab)
Guidelines from various institutions. 

Accessible Teaching in the Time of COVID-19 (opens in new tab)

Resources for Online Meetings, Classes and Events (opens in new tab)

Colleges and universities closed for COVID-19 (opens in new tab)
This spreadsheet, created and maintained by Bryan Alexander (opens in new tab) aggregates data about colleges and universities closing and/or shifting from face-to-face to online instruction due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Free Web and Video Conference Course (opens in new tab)
This free course from Blackboard is designed to help educators to translate current teaching practice into the online environment, with special emphasis on web and video conferencing tools. Select free courses from left menu. 

Resources for Open/Free Virtual Simulations (opens in new tab)
Extensive list of STEM-related simulations organized by subject. 

How to transition from Face-to-Face Courses to Online Courses  (opens in new tab)
Joint response from four online learning organizations: OLC, QM, UPCEA, and WCET

Quality Matters Emergency Remote Instruction (ERI) Checklist for Higher Ed. and K-12. (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)A list of considerations, tips, and actionable strategies to enact during an institutional move to temporary remote instruction of classroom-based courses.

Tips for Learning during Disruption (opens in new tab)
Dr. Caleb McDaniel and Dr. Jenifer Bratter of Rice University offer strategies for students and instructors affected by coronavirus upheaval. 

8 Strategies For Getting The Most Out Of An Online Class (opens in new tab)

Online Student’s Manual For Success (opens in new tab)

REMOTE: Resources for Emergency Online Teaching (opens in new tab)
Tools and resources for moving classes online from Temple University. 

Remote Teaching Guide for Colleges & Universities (opens in new tab)