The Chronicle of Higher Education posted an article by Michelle Miller, Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start. ( https://www.chronicle.com/article/Going-Online-in-a-Hurry-What/248207 ) It is a well written article and the author has posted links and summaries to two sites and offers their “own short list of advice for faculty members who need to move online, fast, with the twin goals of maintaining instructional continuity as much as possible and finishing the semester strong. ” I highly recommend this article to anyone who is interested in the discussion about remote access to learning and teaching.
Another great resource for improving online teaching is on Stanford’s Tomorrow’s Professor Postings web site. It contains guidelines and suggestions that came out of small group workshops. Timely, given our current situation with COVID-19.