Archived video presentations from the Remote Teaching Symposium held on May 15, 2020.

Presented by the Honors College and the College of Liberal Arts

Session 1 - Intro-level and High Enrollment Courses

Faculty panelists discuss their experiences and strategies for remotely conducting introductory courses, courses with 40+ students and multi-section classes.

Session 2 - Teaching Film, Music, and the Arts

Faculty panelists discuss their experiences and strategies for remotely conducting courses with significant audiovisual or multimedia components.

Session 3  - High-Contact Strategies

Faculty panelists discuss their experiences and strategies for highly interactive courses with heavy student-student and student-instructor contact. These strategies would be particularly applicable to writing-intensive courses, engaging survey classes, language classes and discussion-based courses.

Session 4 - Honors Courses

Faculty panelists discuss their experiences and strategies for remotely conducting Honors courses, including discussion-based colloquia, courses with significant student-student interaction and courses that require experiential learning.

Session 5 - Seminar Courses

Faculty panelists discuss their experiences and strategies for remotely conducting upper-division, graduate-level or research-based seminar courses.