Keep Teaching Manual
IMPORTANT: Hello everyone! It's Ken and I am sitting in Somsen 321 at a faculty laptop exchange session on Wednesday, August 12th at 2:00. If you are in the faculty Zoom meeting and Ken J just shared this link with you...I am currently in the process of connecting things up in this manual, updating info, and adding pages!!! I will send an email shortly about the availability of the manual, so stay tuned.
This Keep Teaching Manual is intended for instructors preparing fall courses for in-person, blended, and online delivery under conditions necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes links to three toolkits corresponding to the three major course delivery modes, as well as links to information, templates, and other resources common to all three. All tools referenced in this manual are available to all Winona State University instructors and students.
Fall course delivery options and toolkits
|In-person||In-person Toolkit||Assuming it can be done safely, a course can be delivered fully in-person if the learning activities require it (e.g., lab work, simulations, performance) or the instructor prefers it to a blended or online alternative.|
|Hybrid||Hybrid Toolkit||While conducting selected course activities in-person, instructors may choose to reduce the number and size of those in-person meetings and move a portion of their contact and direct instruction time online.|
|Online||Online Toolkit||Online courses either do not have required in-person meetings or require just one or two meetings during the semester. Otherwise, all contact and direct faculty instruction takes place online using synchronous and/or asynchronous methods.|
What's a toolkit?
Each course delivery mode has a corresponding toolkit for instructors that includes online guides, checklists, templates, and other helpful resources. Select the links to the toolkits in the table above. Please direct toolkit questions to TLT (email@example.com).
TLT staff are online and ready to help you live from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. From 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm on weekdays and from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, send an email and we will follow up as soon as possible.
- Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chat with all TLT staff on Teams
- Visit our open Zoom session or make an appointment to meet with us online. Find our WSU TLT Virtual Classroom Zoom meeting ID on the Brightspace homepage.
More wiki articles
- COVID-19 Response at WSU
- MDH Situation Update for COVID-19
- Minnesota State Operating Instruction 126.96.36.199 Media Codes
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