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During this time of physical distance, we recognize the incredible task facing faculty and instructors who need to adapt their courses quickly. Many courses are well-established, were never intended to be delivered this way, and benefit greatly from in person delivery.
While this situation poses a significant challenge, often without perfect solutions, it is also an opportunity to consider new approaches. This page is intended to help with the process of adapting existing in-person courses for remote delivery as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Over the last several months, the teams in the Centre for Excellence in Learning and teaching have worked together to develop a wealth of new resources. This guide takes this work along with additional research to help you adjust your course as efficiently and effectively as possible.
While it is presented in six parts, it is truly an iterative process. You will likely make "big picture" decisions as you go through the guides, but feel free to revisit, refine, and adjust as needed.
Download our companion checklist to keep track of your progress for each course you are adapting.
Whether you are excited or intimidated by technology, this page will help you choose the right options for your course and implement them effectively.
Tech for Teaching includes tips, instructions, and best practices for using technology in delivering content and engaging students.
Find answers to the most common questions we receive about remote teaching.
Our workshops offer essential strategies and tools that will support your teaching success in the online environment.
This Course Design tool offers a streamlined process for designing and revising courses for online delivery based on sound educational principles.
This directory provides quick access to a comprehensive list of resources, all in one convenient space for easy reference.
Access past workshop recordings and session slides.
Get personalized guidance and support from our Educational Developers, Instructional Technologists and Instructional Designers. Virtual consults are available to individuals, or can be arranged for small groups, faculties, departments, and schools.