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Transition to Online Teaching

Last updated: June 3, 2020, 12:34 a.m.

***The content on this page will be continually updated.

In making the transition to online teaching, you will have many choices to make. Here, we offer you essential principles to guide your decisions and some delivery options that we have worked out for you. Deciding on what’s needed in your course should be guided by your course objectives and what you can reasonably expect of your students and yourself.

Live Webinar Training Schedule

**This schedule will be updated continually. Please check back regularly for more training**

Essential Principles

It is important that four core principles are respected: adopt Moodle, be accessible, protect privacy and be aware of your intellectual property. There are many ways to accomplish this, and online delivery methods will be new to many. If you’d like some help setting this up, please reach out

You must activate your Zoom enhanced licence before using Zoom for the first time.

Please refer to Running a Live Zoom Session or instructions on setting up a Zoom account for Instructors and TAs.

Teaching Online

In designing the workflows below we have prioritized the principles above. The following are supports to help you with the different tasks necessary to move your course online.


Options for Delivering Content


Developing Your Online Course In Moodle


Assessing Students Online
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