Keep Teaching at Carey
COVID-19 presents us with an unusual challenge. However, what we learn now will serve us well in the future; learning new strategies and technologies will make us stronger as a university and as educators.
The Teaching & Learning (T&L) team has compiled several resources for faculty on the Carey Faculty Resource site in Blackboard. Visit this site for step-by-step instructions on the basics of remote-live teaching, such as how to prepare Blackboard before the term begins and tips for conducting live class sessions via Zoom. This site also contains recordings from the Remote Teaching Academy workshops hosted by T&L.
Remote-Live vs. Online Teaching
To keep teaching at Carey, faculty are delivering courses through remote-live instruction or by teaching an existing online course. Here is an overview of how remote-live instruction differs from teaching an existing online course:
|remote-live instruction||existing online course|
|Students and faculty meet in real-time (i.e., synchronously) via Zoom||Student learning happens primarily independently (i.e., asynchronously)|
|Weekly class sessions via Zoom mimic in-person classes||Synchronous sessions are optional (although strongly recommended) and typically occur only during select weeks|