The guidance on this page supplements the university's "Preparing to Teach in AY 2020-2021" plan and is designed to help Lehigh faculty and TAs meet the commitment we made to our students in President Simon's June 10th announcement: "The majority of our fall curriculum will be offered in a way that works both for those who are on campus and also for those who are unable to be present in our classrooms. [...] Whatever the mode of delivery, we will not compromise the high-quality education for which Lehigh is rightly known, and we will ensure students who need or want to learn remotely can participate fully in the Lehigh experience and make uninterrupted progress toward their degrees."
Read on for guidance on how to:
- Adopt a framework for your course
- Use Course Site as your core online learning platform
- Communicate and connect with students
- Post course materials
- Deliver lectures
- Interact with students through online course activities
- Assess student learning online
- Revist and refine your course as a whole
- Conduct a final review, then launch your course
- Make early-semester course adjustments
- Looking for recordings of past workshops?
- Looking for guidance on a specific question? Search the LTS Teaching and Learning Searchable Knowledge Base.
- Teaching a summer course? Summer Online Course Planning Guide
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Prepared by Lehigh's Center for Innovation on Teaching and Learning with guidance by the faculty working group on Online Teaching and Online Curriculum
(Primary author: G. Reihman, posted 3/5/2020, updated 6/8/2020)