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Enabling staff to work with online learning

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Icon for enabling staff Your face-to-face program has transitioned online, but you haven’t done this before – or – you/your team would like some tips on how to teach in an online environment. The resources below will assist with improving teaching online. 
Resource   Resource type Level
10 strategies for online learning during a coronavirus outbreak   Icon for article Article Beginner
Australian Institute of Business: Online learning writer’s guide    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Australian Institute of Business: Roles and accountabilities in the subject development process    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Australian Institute of Business: Subject development map template    Template icon Template Beginner
Australian Institute of Business: Tips and step-by-step instructions for running interactive webinars    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
How to be a better online teacher: Advice guide   Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Instructional continuity: Preparing to teach remotely    Icon for information hub Information
hub
Beginner
Online Learning Consortium: Fundamentals - giving effective feedback (self-paced)   Icon for online program Online
program
Beginner
Staying 'present' when teaching from a distance    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Staying productive while working remotely    Icon for article Article Beginner
Taking teaching online Icon for the word new   Icon for video series Video Beginner
Transition from Tradition: 9 tips for successfully moving your face-to-face course online   Icon for guide Guide Beginner
 
Your content is online, what's next? A series of tips from Dr Dawn Gilmore, Director of Teaching and Learning, RMIT Online:
Tip #1: Start by telling your students how you’ll be interacting with them   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #2: Tell students about their first webinar   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #3: Establish your discussion board presence   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #4: Facilitate an engaging webinar   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #5: Email students who aren’t logging into the LMS   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #6: Encourage your students to prepare for the first assessment   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #7: Build feedback loops into your online teaching practice   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #8: Challenge your assumptions about student participation   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #9: Don’t forget to have a bit of fun   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #10: It's ok to lean on Google and YouTube   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #11: Celebrate your students’ achievements   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #12: Show your students how to look beyond the classroom   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #13: At the end of the semester, say goodbye to your students   Icon for article Article Beginner
Tip #14: Reflect on your approach to teaching   Icon for article Article Beginner
         
ASCLITE Technology-Enhanced Learning Accreditation Standards    Icon for guide Guide Beginner/
Intermediate
Detecting and addressing contract cheating in online assessment    Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner/
Intermediate
Six key ideas to improve your online education and training in engineering, technology and the sciences    Icon for guide Guide Beginner/
Intermediate
         
Australian Institute of Business: QA checklist for academic reviewers    Icon for checklist Checklist Intermediate
Online Learning Consortium: Strategies for facilitating live, online sessions   Icon for online program Online
program
Intermediate
         
Teaching online is different: Critical perspectives from the literature    Icon for resources Resources Advanced
Teaching from home - a lab demonstrator's view    Icon for article Article Advanced

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TEQSA makes the information on this website available to assist higher education providers, ELICOS providers and foundation program providers to provide online learning in order to manage the impact of COVID-19. It has been obtained from a range of external sources and has not been generated by or on behalf of TEQSA. You should read, and carefully consider, the disclaimer before accessing any of the material.