While Fall 2021 marks a return to residential teaching, you may still want to incorporate elements of online learning in the classroom, either through the use of asynchronous materials, Zoom office hours, or virtual guest speakers. The Educational & Classroom Technologies group provides in-depth information on digital assignments as well as a searchable toolkit of technologies that can be used in teaching.
Canvas, Princeton's new Learning Management System, provides a wealth of tools to enhance teaching effectiveness. If you're new to using Canvas, you may want to start by reading the Field Guide to Canvas. For information on how to best use Canvas in your teaching, here are a set of guides on best practices in using Canvas for specific elements of teaching, such as assessments, social annotation and peer review.
- Teaching with Online Exhibits [**Updated Fall 2021**]
- Adaptive Teaching Guide, a comprehensive guide to online, in-person or dual-modality teaching from Rice University
- L2Remote explores a series of questions relating to second language (L2) remote pedagogy, including practical suggestions, advice from instructors, and suggested readings from the published research.