Worried about getting Zoombombed?
We’re all probably thinking about inviting Zoom to our family reunions at this point, but you may also have heard about uninvited interruptions in Zoom conferences — also called “Zoombombing”.
Helping Struggling Students in the Age of COVID-19
But while the big lift for faculty might be subsiding a bit, many students might be getting to the toughest part of their educational careers. The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed some experts in teaching online and they made some great suggestions.
On Recovering the Joy of Teaching
Flower Darby offers some advice on how to recover some joy in the age of emergency remote teaching.
Stupid Zoom Tricks
As CVs across higher education add “Zoom Proficiency” to their list of technical skills, we thought we’d give you a few of the favorites we’ve found over the last few weeks
What we’ve learned so far
Last week, CELT sent out a short survey to ask you what was working, what wasn’t working, and where you needed support in your newly online courses. You were all great about responding. Here is what we found.