Zoom Toolkit on remote work.
This is a fantastic collection of resources that Zoom has created and curated. It has best practices, video tutorials and articles for remote work, hosting remote events, and others.
As part of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s COVID-19 technology initiative, American technology companies were called on to make online learning resources more accessible for teachers, parents, and students as more Americans are encouraged to stay home amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The technology industry rose to the occasion and created this resource.
University of Kentucky College of Education Plans for Alternate Methods for Teacher Education Students
Margaret Mohr-Schroeder, Professor & Associate Dean at the University of Kentucky College of Education, developed this transition plan for their faculty. It would be a valuable decision-making framework for other colleges moving online.
New WWC Webinar: Evidence-based instructional practices for in-person and remote learning
The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) just released a pre-recorded webinar on how the WWC practice guides and other resources can support educators in using evidence-based instructional practices for instruction in any setting, including remote learning.
Remember Accessibility in the Rush to Online Learning
These ten tips from the National Deaf Center can help educators and institutions make sure that everyone has access to the same course content during these challenging times.
NDC offers a variety of free e-learning opportunities to support the postsecondary success of deaf students.