Introduction to Perusall – Workshop Recording

The above is a recording of the social annotation tools workshop, which focused on a Perusall, a platform that allows for in-line, threaded commentary on and discussions of texts. Formatted as a VoiceThread, the recording includes two “slides,” which you can toggle between using the arrows on the lower right. (Here is a direct link to the VT recording, if...

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Building Community

Many of us are wondering how we are going to build a sense of community in our classrooms, labs, student organizations, residence halls, etc., given the constraints of the remote and physically distant environment. Use the resources in this guide to learn how to encourage community in your online course and minimize students’ feelings of isolation.

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The Impact of Systemic Racism: Implications for Inside and Outside of the Classroom

Marjorie Trueblood and Sedric McClure led a workshop on systemic racism, opening the workshop with the question, “Are we ready?” for the start of an academic year following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the global uprising against anti-Blackness, in the midst of a pandemic that has engendered high levels of stress and anxiety. Access the presentation sections of the workshop as well as additional resources for anti-racism and equity here.

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Sharing Recorded Content With Students

There are many ways to share your short lectures, and the process may vary depending on a number of factors, including what kind of content you’ve made, the device you’ve made it on, and even where your remote students are based. This how-to offers a basic walkthrough of the process for our recommended option, as well as a few notes on alternatives.

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