– Conducting and continuing your class during temporary circumstances when your classroom isn’t available (such as inclement weather).
– Getting started in teaching online, or augmenting your face-to-face classes with powerful online tools.
– Using social media tools and sites effectively for your course, program, project, or office.
– Learning about digital scholarly tools and projects, particularly in the emerging field of digital humanities.
Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, academic technology specialist