Remote Workshops for Instructors
Check out recordings of past workshops and up-coming opportunities to tailor your courses to a remote environment.
Student Engagement Strategies: Ian Straughn, Anthropology (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Quizzes, Exams and Assessment Tips: Marek Kaminski, Political Science (email@example.com)
Lecture Strategy and Production: Kristin Turney, Sociology (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Adjusting Courses for Remote Success: Gustavo Oliveira, Global and International Studies (email@example.com)
Additional One-on-One Support:
Janet DiVincenzo, UCI Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation Instructional Designer, is available for one-on-one consultations (contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org). Check out her resources for social sciences instructors teaching remotely here.
As the UCI campus transitions to a remote learning environment, you’re going to start hearing about things like Canvas, Yuja, Examity and other words that sound made-up. Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered here with a quick guide on what all of these tools are, how you can use them for success in our new online environment, and where you can go for help.
Speaking of help: Your health and personal well-being are so important to keep in check in this rapidly changing situation. Please know that we are here to help through continued access to critical resources for your emotional, physical, academic and social health. Check out bewell.uci.edu for some amazing resources and know that our social sciences advisors are here for you through live Chat, phone and email.
As our homes become our new offices, workplace and style will shift, but expectations and productivity shouldn’t (unless your new digs lead to improvement in both, in which case, carry on being awesome).
Learn how to set yourself up for success in our new remote environment – whether that’s
your kitchen, home office or decked out coffee table.
Samantha Vortherms, poli sci, and Jiakun Jack Zhan explain via The Washington Post and MSN