This site https://teachingcontinuity.wustl.edu/ was developed for the spring transition, but still contains great info such as a Quick Start Guide and other resources for faculty and students. Reference additional resources below.
Recomendations for 2021
A guide for helping faculty and instructors integrate library resources and librarians into a Canvas Course.
Please contact your registrar.
Check out the resources page at this link.
More at this link.
To sign up for the educational version go to this link.
Canvas Faculty Support
Faculty have various options for Canvas support and questions.
Audio Visual (AV) Models & Instructions
The Sam Fox School has many space types that require us to have multiple Audio Visual (AV) models. Spaces will be configured with the following models and instructions on the following page.
Video Production Support
Faculty have various options for production to create instructional videos that include (a) DIY instructions, (b) Kaltura Recording Studio, and (c) Instructional Video Support Services.
These are technical help contacts and methods you can use during the COVID-19 challenges we are experiencing.
The following are online tools that can help during a prolonged disruption. The Sam Fox School strongly advocates for using Canvas, Microsoft Office, Box, and Zoom. These tools are part of the WashU IT ecosystem and thus have dedicated support resources for learning how to use the tools.
While many online experiences are designed for a seminar-type delivery, we must also consider how to create studio-like experiences in the context of the Sam Fox School pedagogy and culture. When moving a class to an online-only format consider the following.
Online Syllabi Guide
The following are a set of considerations and questions when redesigning your syllabi during a disruption. This is an opportunity to work with constraints and be creative about how to engage your students in a space not traditionally used for teaching and learning in the arts.
The following are suggested ways to accomplish key tasks and address common challenges when delivering content to students online.