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Going Digital

In recent months, we have rapidly shifted from in-person teaching to teaching online and remotely. To support the transition to online/remote teaching, we have created and curated a variety of resources on this webpage. We hope that you will explore different remote teaching tools for delivering content and engaging with your students.

On this page:

Templates & Training

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Building an eClass Course

Instructions and templates to help you build an eClass course.

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Course Outline Templates

Review and download course outline templates for online and remote instruction.

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eServices Training

eClass, Zoom and TechSmith Relay (Camtasia) training for individuals and groups.

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TA Training

Online training videos for teaching assistants. Designed by the YorkU Teaching Commons.

Best Practices

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Teaching Online & Remotely

Pragmatic tips and recommended practices for effective online and remote teaching.

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Selecting Course Materials

Copyright considerations and tips for online and remote courses.

Other Resources

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Teaching with Zoom

Tips for managing your Zoom class, enhancing your online video presence, protecting student privacy, and securing your recordings.

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Teaching with eClass

Step-by-step guides for creating groups, quizzes and other interactive activities in your eClass course.

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Promoting Academic Integrity

Promoting academic integrity in online and remote courses.

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Going Remote

Visit the Teaching Commons for more pedagogical support.

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Tech Support

Need prompt technical support? Fill in this form to submit a request.