Visit the Emergency Remote Teaching Guidelines document compiled by Daniel Stanford, Director of Faculty Development and Technology Innovation in DePaul University’s Center for Teaching and Learning. This document was developed in response to the COVID19 coronavirus outbreak and contains links to Instructional Continuity sites at other institutions across the country, as well as links specific to the coronavirus outbreak.
Keep Teaching: Resources for Higher Ed Community: A community for higher education professionals needing academic continuity resources and support.
From Inside Higher Ed, a blog post about how "Your Suddenly Online Class Could Actually Be a Relief," with some helpful practical pointers and some recommendations for how to be gentle with yourself and your students.
A blog post from Rebecca Barrett-Fox: "Please do a bad job of putting your courses online"
From Educause, an article about Teaching Online in a Pinch.
Teaching Online with Care: a crowdsourced document about how to maintain your connection with your students when asked to teach remotely.
The Online Learning Consortium has developed two webinars related to instructional continuity and teaching online. You can register to view the webinars here and download the accompanying materials:
Visit the OLC's Continuity Planning and Emergency Preparedness resource page for more information.
From academic non-profit Ithaka S+R: "Duke Kunshan University: A Case Study of Implementing Online Learning in Two Weeks"
From NYU Shanghai: a collection of blog posts with specific course-level case studies
Please enjoy this graphic representation of teaching in 2020, courtesy of Facebook.