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This page contains guides to help with various aspects of transitioning to alternative modes of online instructional delivery. This page also includes contact information for questions and requesting additional support. For questions and support request not covered in this page, please contact keepteaching@illinois.edu .

General Compass Guides

General Moodle Guides

Online Content Creation Guides

Classroom Instructional StyleRecommended Online Instructional Modality
Lecture, few visuals, little interaction Talking head video recordings
Opportunities:
  • Video self-record
  • Full-service classroom/studio filming
Lecture, PPT (or similar), little interaction Voice-over PPT video recordings
Opportunities:
  • Kaltura self-record
  • Screencast-o-matic self-record
  • Drop-in full-service support
Lecture, Board work (or similar), little interaction Voice-over tablet or doc-cam video recordings
Opportunities:
  • Kaltura self-record
  • Screencast-o-matic self-record
  • Drop-in full-service support
Interactive discussion or lecture
(could include PPT, boardwork or other visuals)
Synchronous sessions
Opportunities:
  • Zoom w/ webcam
  • Zoom w/ PPT
  • Zoom w/ tablet
  • Full-service classroom/studio broadcasting sessions
Existing UIUC online version of the course Existing online course content
Commonly taught large, multi-section course
with common syllabus
Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Opportunities:
  • Find existing OER to use for video lectures and other content
Course with extensive laboratory, arts, dance,
field work or other hands-on activity
Discuss individual strategies with online learning consultant
Opportunities:
  • Varies

 

Assessment Creation Guides

For support with assessment creation, contact keepteachingsupport8@illinois.edu.