Resources for Fall 2022
Compiled by Information Technology and the Center for Teaching & Learning
- Tips for Recording Class Sessions and Zooming in Remote Guests
- Zoom for Teaching & Learning: FAQ
- Zoom Video Conferencing in Moodle
- Innovative Teaching Practices
- Academic Technology in Action
The following resources were compiled for the 2020-21 academic year of remote and hybrid learning, and for Fall 2021. We present them as a reference, since many of the flexible and technology-enhanced teaching strategies may still be relevant.
Tech tools, activities, and examples for asynchronous or synchronous online teaching. Aligned with the Summer 2020 ACUE & Amherst College Course Development Seminar, this resource was originally compiled for the 2020-21 academic year and was updated for Spring 2022.
Amherst faculty who taught in-person during the 2020/21 academic year shared their recommendations for teaching with masks in the classroom, as well as ideas for contingency planning around potential student and/or faculty absences.
Technology recommendations around teaching remote and in-person students including teaching remote students synchronously with in-person class meetings.
Tech information and resources for thinking about teaching on-campus.
IT-supported options for video conferencing and video production.