Remote Teaching

Important Remote Teaching Resources

For questions: Silke Moeller <smoeller@umn.edu>, 612.709.5593

Shifting your Assessment Plan

Psychology Sharing: Tips and Material for Teaching Remotely

Psychology instructors and students, if you experience or discover something in remote teaching, or have materials others could benefit from, please email Silke <smoeller@umn.edu


Connecting with students who have not been active in Canvas course

Marti Gonzales shared her experience reaching out to students with whom she had not connected since going remote.  Identifying student (in)activity and contacting students in Canvas: How do I send a message to students who have not been active in my Canvas course?


Student feedback questions regarding course format adjustments

Mark Stellmack is sharing his Example of Student Feedback Questions about transferring his course to teach remotely.


Online Campus Support Services for Students

Online Campus Support Services for instructors to add share with students (can be added to Canvas course), shared by Caprice Niccoli-Waller


Proctoring Online Exams (Proctorio)

If you consider using Proctorio for online exams, here instructions to set up a Proctorio Quiz in Canvas with recommended settings, provided by CBS


First Zoom Course Lecture: Exercises for students

Zoom Tech Check slides, shared by Cheryl Olman


Short Zoom YouTube's for students


Sharing Slides and Tablet/Stylus-writing on one screen in Zoom 

(Description specific for Apple products) shared by Niels Waller

- Open Zoom on a computer
- Share screen with an iPad (you need an apple pencil) (this is done through Screen Mirroring on the iPad)
- Open slides (uploaded to a class website)  in Safari
- Open Goodnote app  (a nifty writing app that recognizes apple pencil, free alternatives are DraftIt, SketchPad)
- Use Safari split screen mode on iPad
- Deliver lecture