The TEQSA Online learning good practice kit has been collated by TEQSA to assist the sector’s rapid transition to online learning during COVID-19. To date, the resources listed cover a range of topics related to online learning, from getting started and helping workforces to work online, to student experiences and assessment integrity.
NCSEHE has a page of COVID-19 Resources for the Higher Education Sector that includes a diverse collection of open access research, resources, articles and case studies are available here on the NCSEHE website. A selection of materials applicable to current issues in learning and teaching are listed below, and will be continually updated over the coming months.
The AHEAD Ireland webinar: Moving Inclusively To Online Assessment and Teaching 2020 explores the challenges for students and educators as they consider equity and accessibility in the move to online assessment and teaching and discuss solutions to some common issues raised.
Teaching intelligence: how to take your classes online include strategies to promote peer-to-peer learning and empowering students to use their own voice.
Remember Accessibility in the Rush to Online Instruction: 10 Tips for Educators These ten tips from the National Deaf Center (USA) can help educators and institutions make sure that everyone has access to the same course content during these challenging times.