Remote Education Resources

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Accessing your LMS Resources

Using Moodle

If you are currently using Moodle, the document linked above answers questions relating to basic functionality of the LMS.

(Agnes users have access to Moodle until May 22nd 2020)

Using Canvas

If you are currently using Canvas, the document linked above covers the basic functionality of collecting student assignments, sharing grades, and working with Exams and Quizzes.

Hosting Online Classes

Synchronous

Synchronous learning describes forms of education, instruction, and learning that occur at the same time, but not in the same place. The term is most commonly applied to various forms of digital and online learning in which students learn from instructors, colleagues, or peers in real time, but not in person. For example, educational video conferencing (ex. Zoom), interactive webinars, chat-based online discussions (ex. Google Hangouts/Google Meet), and lectures that are broadcast at the same time they are delivered are forms of synchronous learning.

Asynchronous

Asynchronous learning describes forms of education, instruction, and learning that do not occur in the same place or at the same time. The term is most commonly applied to various forms of digital and online learning in which students learn from instruction—such as pre-recorded video lessons or tasks that students complete on their own. These tasks do not occur in person or in real time. Asynchronous learning also includes email exchanges between teachers, online discussion forums, and the learning management system (LMS).

Recorded Faculty Workshops

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Frequently Asked Questions

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A Typical Day in The Life of Remote Teaching

A day in the Life of Faculty Remote Education
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