Preparing for Spring
Student feedback from fall 2020 showed that students felt overwhelmed in some of their courses. They understandably had trouble focusing, and struggled to keep up with the workload, which in some courses seemed bigger to them than in their pre-pandemic courses.
Whether you are teaching remotely for the first time this spring or if you have already taught virtually or are looking for ways to make sure that the workload is appropriate, maintain rigor, and be responsive to student feedback, we’ve offered a collection of resources on that front here.
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Visit Digital Learning Days for a schedule and descriptions of sessions designed to support you as you prepare your courses for the spring semester.
Preparing for a new semester always requires ideas and lots of planning, and that’s truer than ever this semester. This site provides information on training opportunities, guides, tools, templates, webinars, and pedagogical considerations to help you in the transition. Get started with the options below or in the menu bar above, or by using the search bar in the upper right of the screen.
CNDLS Office Hours
CNDLS provides virtual office hours for support with tools and tips for teaching online.
Hours of operation: Monday – Friday between 9 am and 5 pm. After hours, reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will reach out as soon as possible.
Tip of the Week
The past year has been an exceptionally challenging one. In the midst of such times, there is much to be found— perspective, solace, and hope—in the enduring words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As part of “Teach the Speech” (Tuesday, January 19), we offer some ways you might include one of his speeches in your class this week. We invite you to join us!
Visit the CNDLS calendar to learn about upcoming programs and workshops.!