Google Sites is an easy-to-use design application that’s great for building simple websites for use in teaching, research, and sharing information. Use this guide to learn how to use Google Sites and incorporate it into your course!
Naomi Sussman shares how she adapted her students’ development of a prototype exhibit for the San Diego Old Courthouse into an online exhibit using Google Sites and other online resources. Working together online, her students created the Toolkit of Resistance: An Online Exhibit Prepared by “The Native Southwest” in conjunction with the San Pasqual Band of Kumeyaay.
Use these additional resources to learn how to plan and organize your online course, teach effectively while remote, and keep your students engaged.
Use these resources to learn how the context of a pandemic affects student learning and how to respond to those effects in your teaching.
Use these resources to engage in anti-racist pedagogy, understand the ways in which white supremacy operates both within and beyond higher education, and engage with the extensive scholarship on race and racism.
If you are planning to teach a hybrid course in 2020-2021, use these resources and suggestions to learn how to design your course for both in-person and remote students.
Use these resources to learn how to design a course for a wide variety of teaching scenarios and for both in-person and remote students.
Creating a maximally responsive syllabus: Aligning learning outcomes, assignments, and assessment strategies
Our Associate Director of Assessment, Nancy Bostrom, with colleagues from Coe and Grinnell Colleges, facilitated a workshop focused on strategies to build a maximally responsive syllabus. Access this workshop as well as additional resources for creating a module-based syllabus here.