Resources for Flexible/Hybrid Teaching
Strategies and Assistance for Virtual Teaching
To help faculty prepare for final exams, here are three different ways to give an exam online:
- Unproctored, open-book exams
- Exams using Blackboard assessment tools
- Proctoring exams during a live Zoom session
When choosing an option, consider the following:
- Technical complexity for students and instructor
- Hardware and bandwidth requirements
Online Teaching Strategies
Staying in touch with your students is vital throughout any significant change in the schedule or administration of your class(es)—especially as a result of a crisis impacting all or part of campus. Learn about the different teaching strategies from the Office of Online Learning
Equipment Loans for Virtual Teaching
If you need to borrow a laptop (Windows, Mac, Chromebooks), writing tablet, document camera, wireless microphone, or a webcam, contact IT Customer Care.
Get a quick review of Blackboard Learn, Fordham's learning management system. Find out how to communicate with your students, share material, and more.
Teach remotely with Blackboard Collaborate, the video conferencing tool within Blackboard.
Fordham IT and other departments are available for help and assistance.is available.
Fordham IT will be offering workshops via webinar over the next few weeks. RSVP for upcoming IT Workshops.
Fordham IT offers one-on-one Q&A consultations to faculty on:
Please go to this Google calendar to book an appointment. Please note, these sessions are for Q&A. If you’ve never used these tools or need a refresher, please attend one of Fordham IT’s workshops, first. If none of the times on the calendar work for you, or if you have questions on a topic not listed, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technology Resources include how to communicate with students, distribute course material, and collect student work online
Learning at a Distance is an online teaching blog with how-to videos and daily updates for Fordham faculty.