During this time of upheaval, the Reinert Center is here to help you as you navigate teaching all courses remotely. Below are some resources we have created or discovered that could be useful to you going forward.
As we all strive to lower the curve through social distancing, we have closed the physical offices of the Reinert Center. However, all of us are continuing to work remotely and are available via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also request a virtual consultation through our consultation request form: LINK.
- Online Sessions- We are developing a variety of asynchronous online session on a range of topics for you to explore at your own pace. We have two currently available on our Events page:
As we continue develop more, we will post them there, as well as under their pertinent topic on the Instructional Continuity page.
- Accessibility in Online Courses– A set of tips from Disability Services on promoting an accessible online course
- Learning Activities + Technology Options + Pedagogical Strategies: A Chart– This chart matches common learning activities with available technology options and ideas for pedagogical strategies.
For additional resources on transitioning your course to a remote format, please check our Instructional Continuity webpage: http://www.slu.edu/cttl/services/instructionalcontinuity.php