Online Learning Tools
As a part of our response to the changes from face-to-face classes, the graduate school is providing online tools for our students, TAs, and faculty.
Need a crash course on navigating the ZOOM software? If so, click on the link above for quick tips on making the most of your experience.
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These external resources can help instructors quickly transition to virtual teaching. There’s a ton of great resources to support you through this process. We hope you find them helpful.
The Idaho State Program for Instructional Effectiveness is a workshop series to help teachers access resources to enhance their workflow. The above link provides us with help moving classes to online work, as well as providing materials that are accessible anytime online to help with our transition to distance learning.
We know that many GTAs are currently working diligently to convert the courses they are responsible for teaching to a distance-based learning model. In the spirit of helpfulness, we would like to make available the above spreadsheet along that might be of some use to you as you consider how to transition a face to face course into the online environment. We encourage you to work closely with your supervisor or advisor as you look to transition any courses you are responsible for into a distance-based format, but please do let us know if you encounter difficulties that you need additional support on.
For those who haven't taken online classes before, there may be some adjustment. Click here to get a few tips to make the transition to distance learning as smooth as possible.