Supporting inclusive online academic practice Significant progress has been made as we transition to online teaching and learning. In addition to the valuable resources, support and advice for delivering remote teaching, the Academic Development and Diversity team has developed two key resources to support the academic community through this transition phase. The first new resource…
As managers, we recognise that this is a difficult time for you and your teams(s) and many of you will be concerned about the potential impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) upon the important work you and your teams do. We also understand that transitioning to new ways of working is not easy and that many of you will have questions about how this can be implemented effectively. The purpose this toolkit is to give you guidance and support during this period of uncertainty and disruption.
This guest post was first published on the Social Media Learning blog, written by students for students to highlight the free collaboration tools available and how they can support remote learning. Planning tasks, sharing work online, scheduling/running online meetings are a few of the topics covered in this useful guide.
As a result of the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Sheffield Hallam has made the decision to transition all face to face teaching activity to online delivery. This document provides information on the recommended approaches, and range of activities supported, to replace existing face-to-face activities with online alternatives.
Due to the ever changing environment in relation to the Coronavirus, and the mandate from the university to move to online delivery and assessment we need to consider how we deliver scheduled and ad hoc academic advising activities while restrictions are in place – read more!