Using course components that are online rather than face-to-face creates both new challenges and new opportunities. Here are a few resources to help start that journey.
Duke's Online Teaching Guide (from technology to pedagogy, and useful examples)
West Virginia University's Tips for Teaching Online (ideas on what works and what does not from colleagues who have tried it)
UMass provides this extensive guide to Teaching and Learning Online (communicating clearly, creating community, and assessing student learning)
University of Central Florida offers a Blended Learning Toolkit, a step-by-step guide to getting started with hybrid/blended courses.
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