UTA just announced that all face to face courses will transition to online due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The details and dates can be found in the original announcement.
This page will serve as a collection of resources that CRTLE and others have developed to help transition face to face courses to emergency online teaching.
First of all, please see the seminars that CRTLE, LINK Lab, CDE, and the College of Education have put together on an ongoing basis by viewing our calendar. These will all be streamed online.
The archives of all live sessions can be found on this page once they are ready.
Please also see this collection of resources created by UTA faculty to help their fellow faculty members.
Here are some articles and resources as well:
- UTA Remote Instructions for Students, Staff, and Faculty
- UTA Tools and Training for Teaching Online
- Moving Your Course Online: When Campus Closes (UTA Canvas course)
- UTA Libraries Teaching and Learning During a Shutdown: Faculty
- Pivoting to Online Teaching: Research and Practitioner Perspectives (free online course)
- An Emergency Guide (of sorts) to Getting This Week’s Class Online in About an Hour (or so) by Dr. Matt Crosslin of UTA
- Moving Online Now from the Chronicle of Higher Ed
- Merlot Collection of Online Learning and Support Resources
- ACEU’s Online Teaching Toolkit
- Humanizing Online Teaching By Drs. Mary Raygoza, Raina León, and Aaminah Norris
- Bringing Your Course Online compiled by the Modern Language Association
- ASPIRE Alliance Guide for Teaching Inclusively During COVID-19