Dear Faculty Colleagues,
Thank you for all of your hard work in preparation of our move to remote teaching on Monday. Thank you as well to all who were able to attend the Faculty Hub and Information Services’ webinars on using Zoom and Panopto/Blackboard for remote teaching. We wanted to pass along some resources from those webinars, as well as some new ones.
- NEW– Boatwright Memorial Library, The Faculty Hub, Information Services (IS), and SPCS have created a number of resources to support faculty during this shift to remote teaching. They can be found on the Hub’s Remote Teaching site: https://blog.richmond.edu/remoteteaching/
- NEW– Zoom FAQs: http://blog.richmond.edu/remoteteaching/zoom-faqs/
- NEW – Blackboard FAQs: https://spidertechnet.richmond.edu/TDClient/1955/Portal/Shared/Search/?c=all&s=blackboard
- NEW– Panopto FAQs: https://spidertechnet.richmond.edu/TDClient/1955/Portal/Shared/Search/?c=all&s=panopto
- The Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation’s Student Guide to Zoom: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XUxsTTHLQccEzHficDzNNWajhTNBCc1KlVqHP88zHgs/edit
- Sample Remote Teaching Survey: https://richmond.box.com/s/djp4f7kex9y1l1djr7pgrpc1wm6f0qek
- NEW– The Faculty Hub’s Pedagogy Tips for Q&A and Discussion in a Class Using Zoom:
Below are some updates on previously scheduled Faculty Hub Events:
- April 10: The Hub Talk with Rana Dajani has been canceled.
- May 6: The Faculty Development Day scheduled for May will be rescheduled to a future date.
Have a safe and healthy weekend and good luck to all on Monday morning when we are officially teaching remotely. Reach out if you still need help from the Faculty Hub (email@example.com or direct emails or converse with us and the faculty at large via our Slack workspace