“Online Teaching Tips” Roundup: The Collection

Online Teaching Tips - The Collection


On March 11, 2020 I started a microblog called “Online Teaching Tips.” It was the dawn of #COVID19 and the impact of moving in-person classes online. The challenges that Washington State University faculty, staff, administrators, and students were both staggering and immediate. Everyone was forced to adjust – and fast. I created this series to provide supplemental, targeted information for WSU faculty as they embarked and sustained this journey. My contributions to it will not end at the close of the spring semester – but my focus will shift as new mandates, guidelines, and adjustments continue. I created this entry as a compilation of the more than 30 posts in the collection, I hope they are not just useful today, but long-term as faculty may adopt flipped and hybrid classroom models going forward.

#OneWSU #WSUTogether #WAZZOOM #MurrowGoesVirtual #OnlineCougs #GoCougs

Clinical Associate Professor, Strategic Communication
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
Director, Murrow Online Programs
Research Associate, Center of Excellence for Natural Product-Drug Interaction Research (NaPDI)

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