Facilitating Online Learning
- TEP Online Instructional Training Modules
As part of our support for instructors teaching fully online and/or merging their in-class instruction into an online environment, we have developed a series of online instructional learning modules.
- Online Teaching Portfolio - This TEP UO Showcase section of the is designed to provide online instructors with a first-person guide to planning and teaching their first online course. These portfolios include descriptions of each instructor's course development process and important lessons learned during the term. They also include documents and excerpts from the class such as discussion boards, assignments, and syllabi.
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- Anatomy of a Course Website
This page provides examples of what to look for and pay attention to when evaluating the basic structure of a course site.
- Designing your Website
Follow these guidelines to design a course site that is easy for you to manage and useful to your students
- Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines
Educational use of copyrighted material can sometimes be justified through the "fair use" clause in federal copyright law. The goal of this page is to briefly define the elements of "fair use" and to lead you to more substantial sources for information about how copyright law applies to teaching with the Internet.
- Where To Go for Help
Links to Getting Help in the Technology Section of this TEP website.
- Distance Education at the UO
The UO offers many distance education courses through Academic Extension and the Social Sciences Instructional Lab.
- Pedagogies of Distance Education
Various resources for thinking about teaching and learning within an online environment.
- Vital Instructional Technology Resources
Hundreds of organizations exist to explore the uses of and increase the quality of instructional technology in higher education. These are among the most widely recognized and referenced.
- Teaching Across Time Zones
Resources to assist in managing the logistics of teaching a course where students and faculty may be in different time zones.