Engaged research, learning and teaching in online and remote environments

Click here for a CCEC infographic on ‘Strategies for Community-Campus Engagement in Virtual Environments’.

Resources:

Archibald, M.M., Ambagtsheer, R.C., Casey, M.G., & Lawless, M. Using Zoom videoconferencing for qualitative data collection: Perceptions and experiences of researchers and participants. International Journal of Qualitative Methods.

Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL). Tips for onboarding students remotely.

Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL). Tips for supervising students remotely.

Davidson, C. The single most essential requirement in designing a fall online course.

Goldberg, M. 4 tips for adapting an experiential learning course from real world to online – during (and after) the coronavirus.

Loyola University Chicago Center for Experiential Learning. Reflection resources for engaged learning.

Lupton, B. (editor). Doing fieldwork in a pandemic (crowd-sourced document).

Nelson, W.A. Online experiential learning: Engaging students through real and virtual activities.

North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute. (2020). Tips and Tools for Remote Qualitative Data collection.

Times Higher Education. Educating despite the Covid-19 outbreak: Lessons from Singapore.

University of British Columbia Centre for Community Engaged Learning. Digital facilitation 101: Building a virtual classroom.

Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. Teaching in times of crisis.