College of Arts Alternative Delivery Support for Instructors | College of Arts

College of Arts Alternative Delivery Support for Instructors

To assist instructors in the College of Arts prepare for virtual course delivery, the Associate Dean Academic (ADA) office is collecting curated resources from our supporting departments, OpenEd, the Office of Teaching and Learning, and the Library. Check this site for regular updates to see what other departments are doing, view upcoming webinars, and find links to useful support content. You can also email an Instructional and Technical Support Student Assistant at coahelp@uoguelph.ca or Dr. Kim Francis, Acting Associate Dean Academic kfranc02@uoguelph.ca for more info. 

 

Need help re-designing your fall course? 

Contact the Office of Teaching and Learning (otl@uoguelph.ca) for remote consultation appointments, questions around your assessments, and/or any other teaching and learning needs. More on the topics below:

 

Webinar/Video Archive

Moving online: What our students are saying?
Dr. John Dawson, and Dr. Jason Mcalister from the College of Biological Science discussed feedback they received from students about their learning experiences during the move to emergency remote instruction and assessment in Winter 2020. Watch the webinar recording on YouTube (20 minute length).

Planning for Synchronous and/or Asynchronous Remote Courses
Dr. Lena Paulo Kushnir and Dr. Carolyn Creighton from OpenEd outline the difference between the two modalities, factors to consider and showcase several tools that OpenEd supports.

Office of Teaching and Learning
Webinar recordings are available including a reflection by Dr. Brian Husband and Dr. Karen Gordon.

Teaching & Learning Summer Webinar Series
Led by the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences and the Gordon S. Lang School of Business several recorded and upcoming webinars are available for viewing.

Teaching Ideas: Exchange, Reflection, Question Part 1
This meeting is the first of three that are simply meant to show issues and possible solutions with alternate course delivery based on professor experience and research.

Teaching Ideas: Exchange, Reflection, Question Part 2
This meeting is the second of three that are simply meant to show issues and possible solutions with alternate course delivery based on professor experience and research.

Teaching Ideas: Exchange, Reflection, Question Part 3
This meeting is the last of three that are simply meant to show issues and possible solutions with alternate course delivery based on professor experience and research.

How to Keep Zoom Classes Secure and Private
Find out how to take advantage of Zoom’s security features and, at the same time, ensure the confidentiality and privacy of your students. (Registration link to view)

CSAHS Teaching and Learning Summer Webinar Series
A collection of recorded and upcoming webinars specifically related to remote teaching. Developed in partnership with the Gordon S. Lang School of Business.

 

Resource Links

 

Support for Transitioning to Online Learning

The Co-op cohort working with the College of Arts has brought together all of the resources that are available from internal webinars, resources from the CoA and the OTL, as well as questions and feedback from faculty experiences.

Please click here to find out more.

 

Contacts

Ruediger Mueller, Associate Dean Academic: mueller@uoguelph.ca (On leave until April 30th 2022)

Dr. Kim Francis, Acting Associate Dean Academic: kfranc02@uoguelph.ca 

Instructional and Technical Support Student Assistant: coahelp@uoguelph.ca 

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