Moving to Remote Instruction

The Center for Teaching and Learning wants to support your teaching in this time of rapid change to remote instruction.  Below, please find resources that address effective and inclusive pedagogy and practices for moving your courses on-line. Just click on the headline / title to be redirected.  The CTL team will be regularly updating these resources throughout the semester.

If you have questions or concerns that aren’t addressed below, feel free to reach out to us for additional support.  For quick questions, email us at  You can expect to hear from someone on the staff within 24 hours.  Or, if you want us to review assignments, provide suggestions for on-line friendly discussions or tests, or just need a little more one-on-one time to talk through a concern, please sign up for an appointment at 

We wish you the best in this chaotic time, and we hope that you will be kind to yourself and patient with your students as we all learn together.  Please let us know how we can support you.

Resources for Moving Courses On-Line

This google doc is being updated daily as we learn of more resources, tools, and tech that can support your teaching.

7Cs Assignment Sharing

Looking for an assignment in your discipline?  Want to share something that works (or didn’t)? Need some feedback from your peers?  This doc contains disciplinary subfolders where you can search, add to, or comment on a growing collection of “pivoted” assignments and syllabi.

Pivoting to Online Learning

This short piece, produced for the Society of Biblical Literature but relevant to a wide range of disciplines, was written by our program director Dr. Jessica Tinklenberg.

“Moving your Courses Online” Video

Youtube video recording of our “Moving Courses Online” workshop from March 13, 2020.  The slides are available at this link and the worksheet we distributed is available at this link.

Upcoming Workshops at the CTL

Check out our upcoming workshops, now focused on remote instruction. Click on the links below to RSVP and get a zoom invitation.

The CTL would love to hear about your post-pivot classes, assignments, and learning. Just tag us on twitter!