Resources for Online Learning
The spread of COVID-19 has forced educators to pivot to online teaching. UNMC Faculty Development wants to help faculty succeed in this transition. Below are tools and resources available to support the move to online instruction.
UNMC faculty have access to these 7 FREE e-books. These e-books offer guidance on topics from improving student learning strategies to applying learning science in online classes.
THRIVE Infographic Guides
These pages have been carefully curated from the Faculty Development THRIVE Book. These one-pagers are intended to be used as quick, on-the-fly learning tools for faculty teaching online.
Topics on Teaching
Topics on Learning
Topics on Communicating
Past Faculty Development events and training materials related to assessment, technology and distance learning:
UNMC Fac Dev Quick Tips
- Variables in Online Learning Design
- Helpful Tips for Reading Body Language during Video Conferencing
- How to Create An Educational Video
- Promoting Engagement in Virtual Classrooms
- Pyscho-Social Aspects of Learning during a Pandemic
- 7 Tips for Mindful Flexibility
- 5 Quick Tips for Online Teaching:
- Keep Teaching: IT Academic Technologies
- COVID-19 Webpage: Up-to-date information and guidance for UNMC faculty, staff, and students
- Online Teaching Resources: The Interprofessional Academy of Educators has put together a list of helpful resources and self-care tips.
- HMI Crowdsourced Resources for Virtual Learning
- ACUE Teaching Tool Kit: Easy and Practical Recommendations
- Emergency Remote Instruction Checklist (Quality Matters)
- AMC COVID-19 Planning
- Coronavirus Resources for the Academic Medicine Community (AAMC)
- Remote Teaching Resources (compiled by DePaul University's Center for Teaching and Learning)
- Going Online in a Hurry (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
- Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption (Stanford University)
- Using Breakout Rooms in Zoom:
Resources on Clinical Teaching and Learning Experiences without Physical Patient Contact
The AAMC has developed a resource collection in response to the significant impact on the teaching and learning of health professionals that has resulted during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Designed by a diverse group of educators, this working collection features clinical learning experiences that can be readily used or easily adapted for specific local settings without the need for physical patient contact. Access the Resources page here.