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Episode Info: On this @InVinoFab episode we bring you a timely conversation in light of the evolving situation and events due to the Coronavirus. We have a digital roundtable all about going remote, that is, what it is like to transition to remote teaching, learning, students support, and work in higher education with @ Katie__Linder, @jeffjacksonTX, & @bonni208. Based on the issues we are all facing to prepare, we decided to come together for a purpose to reflect and share about the state of things and how college and university institutions might prepare as they shutdown face-to-face operations and encourage everyone to move online. We talk about a range of plans, support, and strategies to be implemented and how we are “doing the best we can” as COVID-19 impacts our campus communities.  Advice to take care of yourself, family & work team:Take a walk or go for a run Get outside for fresh air Keep a full-nights’ sleep & rest Meditation: Apps to try?  Calm, 10% Happier (free), & Headspace Eating healthy Get silly & social with those at home Clean your house Ask who needs help – childcare, tech support, etc. Read books Relax from your typical routines  Keep to your fitness routine Enjoy the quiet/down time now Just breathe Show gratitude How do you ensure your remote plan to go digital is accessible and does not exclude anyone? This might be remote teaching, learning, student support, or work for your staff/faculty. How are you preparing for these potential barriers and needs to accommodate your campus stakeholders? Closed captioning for Microsoft Streaming for Teams MS PowerPoint present with live-captioning or subtitles Zoom Setting: Auto-record transcript (option for paid version) timed side-by-side OR use Zoom closed captions Need to adjust course deadlines & radical flexibility for learning expectations Trust Your Learners! Pivot to Online: A Student Guide via @slamteacher Grading Considerations: Is pass/no pass an option for your course? At your campus?  Rely on the resources at your campus for support & suggestions: instructional designers, accessibility office, librarians & more! Do what you can & know you’re doing the best you can right now Phone tree system with team to check-in, share information, & answer questions What if Someone Gets Sick: plan & design courses 1 week ahead of time; set up a buddy or “on call” system Email: Online teaching with the most basic tool from @tanbob What if the technology or remote ____ plan fails? Do the best you can and think about how you might need to shift to some alternative solution Be transparent and open with your communication – inform them the best you can!  Resources to “Go Remote”: ECEC - Remote Teaching | College of Engineering | University of Nebraska–Lincoln Keep Teaching: Resources for High Ed Might Network from Kansas State Online Zoom (web conference) WebEx (web conference) Microsoft Teams (web conference and col...
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