Resources

For more information on teaching preparation and pedagogy, please visit:

Wofford’s Center for Innovation and Learning: The Center for Innovation and Learning (CIL) aims to promote innovative teaching practices at Wofford, sparking conversations among educators, building pedagogical resources and hosting faculty-led talks and workshops. Our work also includes research into the scholarship of teaching and learning, exploration of digital pedagogy and assessment of innovations undertaken in service of student learning. The website below has a link to CIL Resources, which can be accessed by faculty and staff using a Wofford login; materials specific to remote learning will be on the CIL-201-A Moodle page.

Wofford’s Wellness Center and Accessibility Services: The Hugh R. Black Wellness Center is, as ever, dedicated to the health and well-being of our students, faculty and staff. The Wellness Center oversees our accessibility services Please reach out to Sandra Hammett, accessibility services manager (hammettsc@wofford.edu), if you have questions about individual students of concern or how you might better serve students facing particular challenges.

The following resource from Explore Access provides valuable suggestions for creating accessible documents and other remote learning resources.

The Wabash Center’s Resources for Teaching Online are a particularly good compendium of thoughtful advice, strategies and tools for preparing for and moving to remote learning.

Some Thought Provoking and Insightful Articles:

Inside Higher Ed
What Katrina Taught us About Online Delivery
So You Want to Temporarily Teach Online