- Communications & Collaboration
- Blackboard Collaborate
- iTunes U
- Isidore Online Training
- Teaching Online
- Isidore 101 - Getting Started
- Isidore 201 - Advanced Uses and Tools
- E-Learning Fellows
- Snag It
- E-Learning Staff
- Google Apps
- Media Arcade
- Web Services
Teaching Online at UD
Are you new to teaching online or looking for ways to improve an existing class? If you answered yes to either of the previous questions you’ve come to right place. Teaching an online course that provides the same level of quality and communication that a face-to-face course does is often a very time consuming and difficult task. Many times what works best in the classroom doesn't translate well to the online environment. In order to get the best from your online class and focus students’ work we’ve created a ‘Teaching Online Guide’ for UD faculty. The guide will help you create an effective learning experience for your students. The guide and appendices below will help you to understand what’s required to teach an effective online class. The resources will also help guide you through the development and course administration tasks in Isidore – UD’s Learning Management System.
Tips for New Online Facilitators
Are you new to teaching online? This document has some practical tips for facilitators who are new to teaching online.
Best Practices for Building and Managing Online Discussions
These resources will walk you through successfully planning, building, and managing an online discussion.