A welcome; purpose of these missives; CARPE business matters; and a few online resources.
CARPE News Updates and Information from Paul Hanstedt
Info about redesigning a course and materials from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) to get you started.
Simple surveys, making and using videos, and getting familiar with Zoom
Virtual office hours, upcoming events with Jeanine Stewart, wellness, faculty and student resources, library resources and textbooks.
Library support for faculty and students, temporary access to RedShelf & VitalSource, CARPE virtual office hours
A request, "Nobody Signed Up for This", and an announcement
A reminder to share videos or e-mails to students to help restart the semester with me (if comfortable), how reclaim the joy we all have in teaching, a webinar on Trauma-Informed Pedagogy
Featuring the work of some of your colleagues + Zoom Meeting Bingo
ITS Information Desk contact info, resources for making the shift to virtual instruction, #CanvasChat on Twitter, how to not overwhelm your students when using e-mail, a student guide to Zoom, Camscanner, virtual instruction faculty resource page, quick resource on effective presentations for Zoom, resource for parents whose children have too much damn energy
Two great resources, gentle reminder to students, student perspectives on this upheaval in The Ring-Tum Phi, Zoom Happy Hour this Friday
CARPE and Academic Technologies Zoom Happy Hour, a tip for synchronous and asynchronous classes that are lacking energy, testing and the Honor Code, rethinking grading, a request for Yuja faux translations, reminder to always hit record!
CARPE office hours, how to make better videos, trauma-informed pedagogy, students' responses to the shift to virtual instruction, W&L students document this moment of crisis in their lives
Final Exams and Spring Term, Oh My!
Spring Term course design resources, Mays Imad on trauma-informed teaching, "Remote Teaching While Introverted ", two webinars on ensuring inclusion in virtual instruction, two articles on raising our game in virtual instruction, Danielle Allen on how we can safely and ethically re-open our country and the economy, a gentle (and uplifting) reminder of the power of the liberal arts, your weekly dose of faculty brilliance, courtesy of Lynn Rainville
Summer Book Club and Work-Life Balance
CARPE News #16 In which we share arguably the single funniest thing written during this crisis ...
The Last Day of CARPE Office Hours, 3 Resources Related to Online Instruction, 3 Questions to Ask When Designing Active Learning, Call For Student Digital Projects, David Byrne's Reasons to Be Cheerful, McSweeney's Strikes Again: Lesser Known Privileges of Academic Rank, A Zoom Performance Review, with Dogs
Summer Opportunities, and that Survey!
Upcoming Events and Related Materials
Resources for Blended Instruction
An overwhelming guide on how to not be overwhelmed