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Getting started: best practice for establishing online learning

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Icon with Go text Needing to get your face-to-face course online ASAP? Below are resources to help you get started quickly including guides, videos, webinars, articles and blogs, as well as some online programs.
Resource   Resource type Level
A new pedagogy is emerging...and online learning is a key contributing factor    Icon for article Article Beginner
ADCET/NCSEHE webinar: Three essentials in moving online   Icon for webinar  Webinar Beginner
Advice to those about to teach online because of the coronavirus    Icon for blog Blog Beginner
Copyright compliance and online delivery    Icon for guide Quick guide Beginner
COVID-19: 10 steps for transferring your course online   Icon for guide Guide Beginner
COVID-19 online learning mobilisation resources    Tip sheet icon Tip sheets Beginner
Deakin University: Transforming Digital Learning - learning design meets service design (an orientation to thinking about online delivery)   Icon for online program Online
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Five tips for moving teaching online as COVID-19 takes hold   Icon for guide Guide Beginner

Free and discounted ed tech tools for online learning during the coronavirus pandemic 

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How can we predict and ensure the success of online students?   Icon for blog Blog Beginner
How to design and deliver quality online education    Icon for article Article Beginner
How to design quality online learning    Podcast Podcast Beginner
How to use Zoom videoconferencing to teach online effectively   Icon for article Article Beginner
Jisc: Ensuring continuity of learning during enforced absence   Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Microsoft's Higher Education Remote Learning Series: How do you move beyond basic videoconferencing to create an engaged online learning community? Leading Australian academics discuss their approach    Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner
Moving to online teaching in response to the coronavirus, COVID-19? Free access to Epigeum resources that may help    Icon for online program Online
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National guidelines for improving outcomes in online learning    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Online is on the line. Kevin Bell explains the challenges   Icon for article Article Beginner
Online Learning Consortium: A collection of resources and initiatives to support efforts in moving courses to an online format   Icon for information hub Information
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Online Learning Consortium: New to online essentials, part I: Getting started   Icon for online program Online
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Online Learning Consortium: New to online essentials, part II: Converting your course   Icon for online program Online
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Online Learning Consortium: New to online essentials, part III: Course design basics   Icon for online program Online
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Online learning for beginners: 6. How do I start?   Icon for blog Blog Beginner
Online teaching in a crisis: why it works   Icon for article Article Beginner
Quality Matters emergency remote instruction checklist (a tiered list of considerations, tips, and actionable strategies to enact during an institutional move to temporary remote instruction of classroom-based courses)   Icon for checklist Checklist Beginner
Resources for online teaching (Melbourne CSHE)    Icon for resources Resources Beginner
Spotlight on continuity plans: Renewed focus on online education    Icon for information hub Information
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Student wellbeing and online learning: Tips for providers    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Student wellbeing and online learning: Tips for students    Icon for guide Guide Beginner
Swiftly moving to teaching online - resource bank    Icon for resources Resources Beginner
Teach Online - free open online course offered by Griffith University   Icon for online program Online
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The COVID-19 online pivot    Icon for information hub Information
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Tips and tools for teaching online in a pinch   Icon for crowd-sourced document Crowd-sourced
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Typology of free web-based learning technologies   Icon for article Article Beginner
What does best practice online learning look like?    Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner
         
How to design courses for student engagement: 20 design ideas    Icon for webinar Webinar Beginner/
Intermediate
Quality Matters emergency remote instruction checklist   Icon for checklist Checklist Beginner/
Intermediate
         
ASCILTE TELAS Framework: Quality online learning assessment, accreditation and recognition   Icon for framework Framework Intermediate
Creating an online class or conference - quick tech guide   Icon for crowd-sourced document Crowd-sourced
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Intermediate
Engineering Institute of Technology: Education and training using a synchronous (and asynchronous) online learning platform    Icon for information hub Information
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Intermediate
Keeping the doors of learning open - COVID-19   Icon for resources Resources Intermediate
Keypath: resources and strategies supporting your transition to teaching online (series of 10 videos)   Icon for video series Video
series
Intermediate
Michael Sankey: Teaching on-line in the present crisis (COVID-19): what you need to know now   Icon for article Article Intermediate
Online Learning Consortium: Making the shift to online learning - emergency preparedness and instructional continuity   Icon for webinar Webinar Intermediate
         
APEC quality assurance of online learning toolkit    Icon for toolkit Toolkit Intermediate/
Advanced
         
Online Learning Consortium: ADA and web accessibility (self-paced)   Icon for online program Online
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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.