Support for USask instructors teaching remotely during Fall 2021
This remote teaching page has been created to support instructors in planning and teaching their remote courses.
Create remote engagement
By being deliberate, consistent, and intentional with creating connections and checking in with students, you can build a virtual community that enables learners to engage meaningfully with you, the course content, and each other.
The LTE Toolkit is a listing of the teaching and learning technologies available at USask. This site organizes these approved tools alphabetically as well as by teaching function.
A collection of resources designed to give you more information.
- Frequently Asked Questions - A listing of common questions related to course materials ownership, intellectual property, academic integrity and more.
- How can I support learners who require academic accommodations in an online environment?
- What support does the University Library provide for remote teaching?
- How can I practically implement technology to provide active learning opportunities in my course?
- How do I create a good video in a remote context?
- How can I make my course resources more accessible?
Historical Remote Teaching Guides & ResourcesThe resources below were created to support remote instruction in 2020. Some of these resources may contain some information that is no longer relevant.
- Adapting Your Assessment Strategies for Remote Teaching
- USask Remote Development Guide
- Bay View Alliance resource for online assessment of student learning
- Synchronous activities - For instructors to use in remote courses to build engagement, connection and community.
- Assessment tools and activities - A variety of assessment options that may be suitable for measuring student learning in your remotely delivered course.