Featured below is a list of technological resources for conducting coursework remotely and online.
If you want more information about particular tools or ideas presented here, contact email@example.com or call IT at ext. 70387 or (909) 607-0387.
Also, KGI has a full-time faculty member, George Bradford (George_Bradford@kgi.edu, 78709 or (909) 607-8709), available to help you with course designs, either synchronous or asynchronous in mode or a blended (hybrid) mode.
This list provides you some things to think about in order to be prepared—and to prepare your students—for remote classes.
This list is meant to give you some ideas of how to plan for a class when you cannot meet with your students face-to-face. It is by no means comprehensive. If you have found particular techniques or approaches effective in fostering course continuity when you could not be on campus, please let us know so that we can add to this resource.
Keep in mind that what is keeping you out of the classroom may also keep students from being able to participate in your efforts at continuity and staff from being able to assist you. Electricity and internet access may be uneven and there may be bigger issues that need attention. The design you employ for continuity can be mindful of this and, for example, make sure synchronous sessions are also recorded so that students who were not able to be there live can still benefit from listening later.
Find out more about how to use Zoom in place of your in-person classes.
Use cases for Zoom include: