- Planning an Online Course – This article details the major decisions you’ll need to make as you redesign your course for online delivery using the Wharton supported tools.
- Using Video Conferences for Instruction – This article covers how to use BlueJeans or Zoom, how to setup either in Canvas, and highlights some relevant features.
- Online Presentations – Presentations are a vital part of many classes, and that doesn’t have to change in the world of remote instruction.
- In person class behaviors mapped to online alternatives – Remote Instruction is very different than in person instruction, but there are some ways you can emulate the classroom experience.
- Inviting a Guest Speaker to a Video Conference – You can invite anyone to one of your class sessions following these instructions.
- Upload Video Conference Recordings to Canvas – If you follow these instructions your Virtual Meeting recordings will automatically upload to your Canvas course site within a few hours. This delay may not be ideal for your class, in which case we recommend manually uploading the videos.
- Asynchronous Teaching Using Canvas and Panopto – If you’re looking to pre-record lectures and share them via Canvas this article shows you how.
- Managing Exams for Remote Instruction – If you plan to offer a remote exam, this article shows you how.
- Resources and Strategies for Teaching Remotely – Penn’s Center for Learning & Teaching and the Penn Online Learning Initiative put together this guide to help you prepare for teaching online.
- Canvas – The links below point to support articles detailing these Canvas features.
- Video Conferencing Tools – Wharton students and faculty all have access to two video conferencing tools:
- VPN – While off campus you’ll need the Wharton VPN to connect to resources on campus (your network drives, for example). Learn how to install and configure the VPN client before you need it at home.
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