Converting F2F to Online in a Hurry

by Thomas DeVere Wolsey

Today, I am posting a few resources for those in PK-12 and higher education who must convert their instruction from face-to-face to an online format in a hurry.

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Image: CDC/Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS

UNESCO offers a list of distance learning solutions with links here.

Our colleague, Greg Mcverry, has created a series of videos, “Moving Online In Time of Crisis,” on converting to online quickly.

And Peggy Semingson, featured here on Literacy Beat, shared this curated list of remote learning tools during Covid-19 from Laura Pasquini and these tips for remote teaching from the University of Texas.  Peggy regularly shares her own resources and those of others on her LinkedIn profile

TechSmith Corporation, one of my favorite digital solution providers, shared this website full of tips and resources. 

Resources added April 6, 2020

Publishers I work with shared these open access resources:

Guilford: www.guilford.com/covid-resources

Corwin: us.corwin.com/en-us/sam/online-teaching-toolkit

Open Access curated list by The American University in Cairo Main Library (directories, publishers, university presses, databases): libguides.aucegypt.edu/c.php?g=1019058&p=7381638

Updated April 9, 2020

From the International Literacy Association open access resources. https://literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-daily/2020/03/16/engaging-learning-through-disruptions

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