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Hege Library & Learning Technologies

For Faculty: Resilient Teaching

This guide provides support and gathers resources for faculty on resilient teaching approaches during times of change.

Welcome!

This guide provides support and gathers resources for faculty on resilient teaching approaches during times of change, including:

  • resilient teaching
  • trauma-informed pedagogy
  • inclusive teaching
  • Universal Design for Learning and accessibility in teaching across modalities
  • teaching modes (links to a separate guide offering considerations of face-to-face, hybrid, HyFlex, and online teaching)
  • online teaching (links to a separate guide providing an overview of best practices, strategies, and tools for teaching online)
  • key academic technologies (including Canvas, Zoom, and more) and links to training resources
  • instructional continuity (links to a separate guide with information about maintaining instructional continuity during prolonged campus emergencies) 
  • workshops, events, and tutorials from campus departments
  • continuity of library services (links to a separate guide)
  • where to go for more help!

Need Help? Just Ask!

Hege Library and Learning Technologies is here to help. Please get in touch with Garrett Collins (gcollins1@guilford.edu) if you would like assistance in considering teaching strategies, support for teaching online, assistance with digital pedagogy and digital scholarship, and support with learning technologies.

And please feel free to reach out if you have suggestions or resources for this guide - we would love to hear from you!