A great deal of useful and insightful information has been prepared over the last few weeks. The best of these resources is collected below. If you have additional items you would like to see added to this list, please email them to Tim Clarke timothyclarke@muhlenberg.edu and he will post them ASAP.

Inclusion, Equity, and Access While Teaching Remotely from Rice University’s Center for Teaching Excellence https://cte.rice.edu/blogarchive/2020/3/13/inclusion-equity-and-access-while-teaching-remotely

Rule of 2’s: Keeping it Simple as You Go Remote for COVID19 | The Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative https://colab.plymouthcreate.net/covid19/rule-of-2/

Community Based Learning (DBL) & COVID-19 https://liftingbridges.weebly.com/cbl–covid-19.html

Teaching Effectively in Times of Disruption, from Stanford University’s Program in Writing and Rhetoric https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ccsudB2vwZ_GJYoKlFzGbtnmftGcXwCIwxzf-jkkoCU/mobilebasic

EDUGEEK Journal: An Emergency Guide (of sorts) to Getting This Week’s Class Online in About an Hour (or so) by Matt Crosslin

An amazing crowdsourced document edited by Maha Bali and Mia Zamora

A roundup from Howard Rheingold https://www.patreon.com/posts/34833092

Pivot to Online: A Student Guide by Sean Michael Morris https://www.seanmichaelmorris.com/pivot-to-online-a-student-guide/

Times Which Require Greater Care: Ethos in Online Learning by Sean Michael Morris https://www.seanmichaelmorris.com/times-which-require-greater-care-ethos-and-practice-in-online-learning/

Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low-Bandwidth Teaching Will Save Us All https://www.iddblog.org/videoconferencing-alternatives-how-low-bandwidth-teaching-will-save-us-all/

A podcast with Jesse Stommel on teaching online during COVID-19 crisis https://www.humanrestorationproject.org/things-fall-apart/virtual-learning-covid-19

Announcing a National Emergency Library to Provide Digitized Books to Students and the Public https://blog.archive.org/2020/03/24/announcing-a-national-emergency-library-to-provide-digitized-books-to-students-and-the-public/