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Remote Teaching Resources: Home

A guide to resources for providing online legal education in an emergency situation.

This guide is a work in progress. Please check back frequently for more resources.

Checklist for Emergency Remote Teaching

When preparing to provide emergency remote instruction:

  1. Develop a communication plan to share course content, conduct class discussions, and provide virtual office hours.
  2. Review course materials for accessibility and off-campus access.
  3. Create flexible and alternative methods for content delivery and pedagogy. 
  4. Redesign and clarify class policies and expectations.
  5. Redesign assessment of student performance.
  6. Reach out to an instructional designer and/or a librarian for help modifying your course plan for remote teaching.

COVID-19 Information

Resources for Getting Started

New This Week!

Materials for Teaching Online from the Legal Writing Institute. Available on both OneDrive and Google Drive. Includes:

  • Guidelines and Tips for Professors
  • Guidelines and Tips for Students
  • Tips for Online Teaching from LRWPROF-L
  • Demos and Videos
  • List of Volunteer Helpers

 

Guide Creators

Questions? Suggestions? Contact:

Lindsay Steussy

lindsay.steussy@drexel.edu

temporary phone: (720) 938-4331

Becka Rich

becka.rich@drexel.edu

(215) 571-4770

Drexel Guides