Teaching Online Resources
Here you will find many of the best practices compiled by the Center for GOLD to help you identify and implement new ideas about teaching online. The resources represent a compilation of those activities and techniques to help instructors plan their online and blended courses.
The Canvas Community
The Canvas LMS Community provides a wealth of information and best practices for faculty and instructional designers. Here are a few blog posts that we are reading right now.
- Beginning- and End-of-Course Checklists for Instructors
- Mobile App Design | Course Evaluation Checklist
Academic Integrity Resources
Academic integrity is vital to the UWF community. Students must understand what academic integrity is, why it is important to UWF faculty, and, most important, why it is important to them. Here are some resources to help discourage cheating and plagiarism in the online environment.
- Using Sources Ethically - UWF Library
- Understanding and Preventing Plagiarism
- Plagiarism: What it is and How to Avoid It
- eLearning Quiz Features
- Respondus LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor
- TurnItIn Orginality Check - Dropbox tool
UWF OER Guide
Quality Matters Online Learning Resource
- Enhance Student Study Activities with Mind Mapping
- Enhance the Learning Experience with Screencasting
- Use Infographics to Boost Engagement
- Create Active Learning with Timelines
- Formative Assessment Tools
- Open Educational Resources
Faculty eCommons - Brought to you by Academic Partnerships
Faculty eCommons (FeC) contains a wealth of resources specifically dedicated to assisting online faculty and is maintained by the Academic Partnerships Academic Services Team. Our goal is to offer a set of resources that expands your knowledge about online learning as well as gives you the pedagogy and tools to apply to your courses.
While parts of Faculty eCommons are open to the public, the bulk of the content is only accessible to faculty in AP-supported programs.
Email Cindy Mersereau (email@example.com) for login information.
Go to the Faculty eCommons website.