Useful Links - Digital Teaching

Structured and Commented Collection of Useful Links:

There is a large number of national and international universities and institutions that have responded very quickly to the ongoing crisis and have put together very good compilations of recommendations (incl. instructions and examples for the use of digital platforms and tools) especially for the special situation of the coming semester.

The Leuphana Teaching Service has structured and commented the following information, concepts, tools and instructions that lecturers can use to compile their teaching efforts.

  • Responses and Best Practices from other Universities
  • Guides for Using Moodle, Zoom, and Mahara (myportfolio)
  • Aids & Tools

Responses and Best Practices from other Universities

Teaching tools and best practices from Havard University
https://teachremotely.harvard.edu/

Teaching tools and best practices from Stanford University
https://teachanywhere.stanford.edu/howtos-tools

Teaching tools and best practices from Indiana University
https://keepteaching.iu.edu/index.html

Teaching tools and best practices from Pepperdine Community
https://community.pepperdine.edu/seaver/center-teaching-excellence/keep-on-teaching/

Teaching tools and best practices from Brown University (Providence, Rhode Island, USA)
https://www.brown.edu/sheridan/inclusive-approaches-support-student-assignments-during-times-disruption

Teaching tools and best practices from NY University in Shanghai, China
https://wp.nyu.edu/shanghai-online_teaching/

Guides for Using Moodle, Zoom, and Mahara (myportfolio)

Pointers for using Zoom in online instruction
https://ithelp.brown.edu/kb/articles/using-zoom-for-remote-teaching

Mahara User Guides & Tutorials (relevant for myPortfolio)
https://wiki.mahara.org/wiki/User_Guide/Tutorials_about_Mahara

Various tools and instructions, constantly extended, rather unclearly sorted
https://teachingresources.hcommons.org/?utm_campaign=digestmar20mem&utm_medium=email&utm_source=mlaoutreach und
https://teachingresources.hcommons.org/resource-guides/

Annotated link to tools and instructions (for Swiss universities)
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UfYnHXrgpxtFpq3Hxj_HLA8aIlE-FKRyQkm-KL7EKXs/edit#heading=h.2p21i42bsqic