Teachers worldwide are taking their courses online to provide remote learning for students during the current outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Members of the Teaching Business and Human Rights Forum have identified the following resources for teaching classes remotely.
- Michelle D. Miller, Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start, The Chronicle of Higher Education (Mar. 9, 2020).
- Tips for Teaching Law Classes Online in the Event of a COVID-19 Shut Down of Law Schools – Mar. 7, 2020 (Source: The Faculty Lounge).
- Flower Darby, How to Be a Better Online Teacher: Advice Guide, The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Sharon O’Malley, Effective Teaching Online, Inside Higher ED (Jul 12, 2017).
- Stanford Univeristy, Ten Best Practices for Teaching Online.
- Columbia Law School Center for Public Research and Leadership (CPRL), Zoom Procedures and Etiquette (PPT Slide)
- Columbia Law School Mediation Clinic, Overcoming Challenges in Difficult Virtual Conversations (PDF)
- Net Impact, How to Host a Virtual Convening (Mar. 13, 2020)
- Rebecca Barrett-Fox, Please do a bad job of putting your courses online (Mar. 12, 2020)
- NPR, “On Point,” Online Learning: How Colleges And Universities Are Teaching Students Virtually (Mar. 24, 2020)
- Zoom Help Center
- Just for fun, a humorous perspective: Ryan Weber, WELCOME TO YOUR HASTILY PREPARED ONLINE COLLEGE COURSE, McSweeney’s (Mar. 16, 2020)
- Teaching Business and Human Rights Forum, “Teaching in the Time of Coronavirus” conference call featuring Lisa Laplante’s (New England Law) approach for teaching BHR remotely (31 Jul 2020) (Zoom password: ?!XlE*10).
If you would like to suggest a resource for this page, please e-mail Forum Co-Director Anthony Ewing (email@example.com).