As we adapt to the concept of social distancing, we've compiled a list to help make the transition to virtual teaching and working a bit easier. Thanks to all those who have compiled resources already to help keep our learners learning! Check back frequently for new resources, and email suggestions to email@example.com.
What is Flexible Teaching? Our goal is to help Duke faculty design and develop courses that can be successful in any mode of delivery — face-to-face, online or hybrid. To that end, we are committed to helping you create the most resilient, flexible course(s) possible. We are calling this effort “flexible teaching.”
Medical Center Library Resources - Check out the Lib guide for educators along with the recently added "Moving Courses Online" tab.
Keep Teaching - Resources, strategies, and a step-by step guide, this site is full of up-to-date virtual teaching tips.
Sign up for the Keep Teaching newsletter here: http://duke.is/aYHqhB
Keep Working - Because in addition to switching your teaching to virtual, you're also being asked to complete administrative tasks remotely. This site provides lots of how-to's, from learning Zoom, understanding and implementing Microsoft teams, to having your office calls forwarded to other lines, and voicemails sent to emails.
OIT has created a library of "how-to's" on everything from Microsoft Teams to using an iPad to create a virtual whiteboard. Also includes tons of tips on managing Zoom meetings. Check out the full list here: https://warpwire.duke.edu/w/VXgDAA/
The School of Medicine has created an educational technology resource page with information on equipment, recording lectures, and more.
Are you holding faculty development sessions that you'd usually offer continuing education credits for? Participants can still receive credit for remote learning!
As always, many of our faculty development sessions are recorded and posted online. Looking for a session but not sure if it was recorded, or searching for the slides? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help!
Our Medical Center Library is offering some fantastic classes online on systematic reviews, PubMed, Mendeley, and More! Check out the list and sign up today!
10 Tips to Improve Your Digital Classroom - Moving to an online setting can prove challenging. Use this article to help avoid common missteps when teaching virtually.
Social Media in eLearning - here at Duke and around the world, we have some great educators teaching on twitter. Check out how educators everywhere are using social media for more than just memes!
Case X Modules - Case X modules is currently offering free cases.
Courtesy of Education Week presenter Janet Corral, PhD, University of Colorado, and her colleagues at The Ottawa Hospital and University of Ottawa, check out these open source Virtual Reality cases on COVID-19. They can be watched on 2D screens, or on a VR headset. With full sim center scripts!
- Case 1 - Patient in the ED with suspected COVID-19
- Case 2 - Patient in the ED with suspected COVID-19 requiring anesthesia
Helpful articles for use of standardized patients in Zoom classes & telehealth
12 Interactive Teaching Methods You can use with Zoom12 Interactive Teaching Methods You can use with Zoom
These teaching methods were compiled by Lynne Robins, PhD: email@example.com, Center for Leadership and Innovation in Medical Education (CLIME), University of Washington. Feel free to send your additions and/or suggestions for improvement - or just share your experience! We are all learning
Wellness resources compiled by DukeU - https://sites.duke.edu/covidcommunityresources/category/wellness/
Live for Life has adapted many of their wellness opportunities to remote settings. Check it out here: https://hr.duke.edu/wellness/live-life
Duke Health has a site devoted to Covid-19 emotional health resources: https://intranet.dh.duke.edu/SitePages/Support%20for%20Emotional%20Well-Being.aspx