Remote Teaching Tips & Best Practices
Below is a collection of tips and best practices for remote teaching. If you would like to submit a request for an additional resource or if you have a resource to share, please submit it via the contact us page.
Learn more about the best practices for preparing and running a remote Zoom class session.
How one professor new to virtual teaching is making the unexpected, all-at-once transition to online course delivery, courtesy of COVID-19.
By Matt Marx, Dean’s Research Scholar and Associate Professor of Strategy & Innovation
Learn about managing a long online class. Includes a sample class session outline.
By Deborah Breen, Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning
This handout provides some helpful tips on class etiquette and measuring participation.
By Michelle Ehrenreich, Senior Lecturer
Chronicle of Higher Education article about things to consider when moving to remote teaching quickly.
Explore new ways of thinking about designing and delivering long-block classes in a remote format. This includes sample schedules for both 3-hour sessions and full-day sessions.
By Deborah Breen, Director of the BU Center for Teaching & Learning
For faculty interested in more detailed technical tips, BU Questrom MBA student Pat DeMarle, wrote this blog post on remote teaching, which includes some tech tips and advice for purchasing equipment.
Online learning versus remote learning, what’s the difference? This Inside Higher Education article helps faculty calibrate their decisions around the transition to remote learning.
Virtual training sessions on variety of topics in remote teaching 03/23-03/27 (click on the title above for more information).
Learn about best practices for virtual presentations. Great tips to share with your students, as well.
By John McGinnis, Lecturer in Marketing
Learn tips about converting presentations designed for in-person environments to the virtual world.
Discover tips to teach a case using discussion boards.
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