Below we have included some information that we thought might be helpful to you as you transition to remote teaching, we encourage you to review this important information and access the many resources available to you and your students.
Instructor Action List for Teaching
Course Outline Remote Instruction
Course Outline for remote teaching must be updated and posted to your eClass course site before the start of the term. Check with your undergraduate office if there is an internal deadline for submitting a copy to them.
COVID-19 has brought about the need for a rapid shift to remote teaching and learning. While this kind of delivery is new to many and brings about new challenges, the going remote site at https://bold.info.yorku.ca has been designed to provide teaching support based on the kind of needs you have for your courses, your circumstances, and the needs of your students. The site covers topics such as:
Automatic Enrolment in eClass courses
eClass/Zoom and other online resources for instructors
Resources for instructors:
- Accessing courses in eClass
- Make course materials available online
- Communicate with students
- Accept assignments online
- Administer test/quizzes online
- Deliver a lecture online
The Teaching Commons has excellent resources available to support your move to remote teaching, including curating several articles based on recent topics about teaching online and address key questions people are asking.
Copyright and Intellectual Property
Please ensure that you adhere to York’s Copyright policies and procedures regarding sharing course content and materials
There are a number of resources available online to help demonstrate concepts, encourage engagement, and assess student learning. When you find a resource, you would like to share with your students, ensure you are following appropriate guidelines to credit, cite, and distribute your sources.