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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:
- Develop a communication plan to share course content, conduct class discussions, and provide virtual office hours.
- Review course materials for accessibility and off-campus access.
- Create flexible and alternative methods for content delivery and pedagogy.
- Redesign and clarify class policies and expectations.
- Redesign assessment of student performance.
- Reach out to an instructional designer and/or a librarian for help modifying your course plan for remote teaching.
Law Schools and COVID-19
A Google Sheet tracking what other law schools are doing to deal with COVID-19. Includes information about closings, remote work and teaching policies, library and resource guides, and technology uses.
Legal Responses to Coronavirus
A LibGuide from UCLA's Darling Library with the goal of providing links to primary sources and high-quality summaries. At the federal agency level, this guide focuses on agencies related to the provision of healthcare. It also provides summaries of state laws across the states, and additionally provides information on California state and local responses. This guide also highlights a small number of current awareness sources for tracking legal and policy responses.
Coronavirus Resource Guide - Library of Congress
This is intended as a guide to laws, regulations and executive actions in the United States, at both the federal and the state level, and in various countries with respect to the new coronavirus and its spread. It also includes links to Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports that provide information to Congress about the novel coronavirus and links to relevant federal agency websites. Weekly updates.
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
- CALI has put together a resource page of resources for law faculty for teaching during the Coronavirus. It includes:
- Video tutorials about online learning and Zoom setup
- CALI.org resources for professors and students (tutorials, LessonLink, podcasts, online polling, free casebooks)
- Links to advice from law professors and other academics
- Suggestions for twitter accounts to follow
Thoughts & Resources for Those About to Start Teaching Online Due to COVID-19
Tips for instructors tasked with moving their courses online from Jacqueline Wernimont, Co-Director of HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory)
Remote Teaching Resources for Business Continuity
Spreadsheet with links to remote teaching resources from dozens of universities to respond to #COVID19. Compiled by Daniel Stanford, Director of Faculty Development & Technology Innovation at DePaul University’s Center for Teaching and Learning.
Teaching in the context of COVID-19
Co-authored and continually-updated document with advice and resources for preparing to teach your course online, including relevant assignments, tools for helping your students navigate online learning, and tools and resources for teaching online.
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