Our Special Edition: Teaching Online, released a couple of weeks ago, proved to be so popular we’ve decided to release some shorter but more frequent issues of Learning and Teaching @Flinders. We’ll be helping you with timely articles, FAQs and resources to get you teaching online and keep your students engaged.
Reviewing assessments? We have launched a new webpage Online teaching – tips and support to guide you through the process of finding alternatives to exams and other assessments. We’ll add to this page often with online teaching tips so keep checking it out.
If you’re short on time we have compiled an array of frequently asked questions about online teaching which may answer some of your immediate questions.
Remember FLO support is still available via Service One. We are in a busy time so please be patient – we will get to your request. The following workshops are also available to help you learn the skills you need to move your teaching online:
- Teaching Online workshop – also available self-paced online
- Kaltura workshop – also available self-paced online
- Collaborate workshop – also available self-paced online.
You can also ask questions or comment on any of our articles via the blog and are welcome to contact us at CILT if there are any specific issues you’d like to see us cover.
We’re with you in this.