This document offers guidance to departments, faculties, course administrators and academics who are preparing to launch courses fully online. The principles presented here focus on factors that are especially important when there is no in person contact with students and complement existing guidance around flexible and inclusive teaching. They include examples of good practice that already exist at Oxford, to suggest ideas and share lessons learned.
Additional information around specific teaching scenarios and Flexible and inclusive teaching is available on the Teaching remotely webpage. You can also contact us and we can put you in touch with a learning technologist and/or educational developer who can provide consultation on your specific requirements.
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Teaching Oxford Remotely (TOR) mailing list for academic staff to share stories and ask questions.
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