Shared Resources

This resource web page has been developed to provide information to novice online instructors as they transition their courses to an online or hybrid format. It should be noted that compared to face to face instruction, online and hybrid classes actually require more preparation time prior to the semester, and also a greater engagement with students on the part of the instructor throughout the semester. Because students in an online class do not have the opportunity to “catch us after class or stop by our office” students in an online course need to be communicated with consistently and frequently to keep them engaged.

For the fall 2020 semester, most hybrid classes at NMSU will likely be structured so that students have some face to face instruction. An example of one model that can be employed would be if a course has an enrollment of 50 students and is offered two times per week. In this example, half the students will be offered the opportunity to attend for face to face instruction on one day during the week, and the other 25 students will have the opportunity to attend in classroom instruction on the other day.  Even with a hybrid course, it is important for instructors to have a plan in place to accommodate students who need to complete the class entirely online. For example, if a student or a member of their family has a medical condition that may place them at a higher risk of COVID-19 infection.   

Finally, if you have expertise as an online instructor and wish to share some resources you think will be beneficial to others please use the “Submit a Resource” button below. Your submission will be vetted and added to this resource website.

This is a grassroots, instructor to instructor, resource webpage as we make the transition to having many courses and other hands-on learning experiences completed online. We hope you will use it and contribute to it!

Seven Strategies for Online Instruction

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Clinical Experiences

A1CVD Pro PresentationComplete Anatomy

A1CVD Pro Presentation

A competency-based medical education app tailored to the needs of a busy health care professional, aiming to improve practice skills and optimize quality of care. The app takes users through a simulation experience: Presented with real-life case studies, given a series of treatment decisions, and guided through current practice guidelines.

Examples of Use

App that brings real patient cases into a unique platform that guides the health care provider to make treatment decisions and challenge clinical application.

Faculty Contact

Gaby Phillipsi, Family and Consumer Sciences gabyphil@nmsu.edu

Complete Anatomy

Augmented reality capabilities as a single-user or multi-user, easy to access from any tablet (Apple and Android). Institutional subscription includes video library, lectures, quizzes, curriculum management and is able to track student progress.

Examples of Use

Helpful in any anatomy/physiology courses or labs. For case studies: A useful tool to reinforce anatomy, physiology concepts into practice.

Faculty Contact

Gaby Phillipsi, Family and Consumer Sciences gabyphil@nmsu.edu

Submit a Clinical Experience Resource

Fellowship and Internship

CareerUp in LinkedlnNM EPSCoR SMART (grid) CENTER

CareerUp in Linkedln

One of the top internship placement organizations in the world and has helped 1000’s of interns find their best internship.

Examples of Use

A good resource for the students looking for online internships.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

NM EPSCoR SMART (grid) CENTER

The SMART center, an NSF EPSCoR funded project involving all NM universities, has a robust smart gris program. Additionally, the center supports externships, seed grants, training in research, leadership and in building diversity and inclusion. The center broadcast seminars and workshops, technical and non-technical, monthly and as needed.

Examples of Use

Students attend all EPSCoR events.

Faculty Contact

Saatish Ranade, Electrical and Computer Engineering sranade@nmsu.edu
Submit a Fellowship and Internship Resource

Labs

Online Interactive Chemistry LabsArticle: How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course OnlineArticle: 6 Things To Consider Before Moving Your Teaching Labs OnlineUC Cincinnati-Clermont: Teaching Labs OnlineGoogle Spreadsheet: Online Resources for Science Laboratories (POD) – Remote Teaching : All ResourcesVirtual Labs for the Merlot CommunityMontana State University Online Labs

Online Interactive Chemistry Labs

28 1-hour labs to choose from in Prep Chem, Gen Chem 1 & 2, and GOB.

Examples of Use

A resource for interactive chemistry labs. [Currently a no-cost offer]

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Article: How to Quickly (and Safely) Move a Lab Course Online

A quick primer on how to shift a lab course online.

Examples of Use

A resource of options available to faculty teaching online labs, with pros and cons for each tool.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

Article: 6 Things To Consider Before Moving Your Teaching Labs Online

Pedagogical tips for moving from the lab to the online lab experience.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online labs.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

UC Cincinnati-Clermont: Teaching Labs Online

An example of a university format for moving to online labs.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online labs.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

Google Spreadsheet: Online Resources for Science Laboratories (POD) – Remote Teaching : All Resources

A list of simulated labs in different disciplines.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online labs.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

Virtual Labs for the Merlot Community

An excellent website for virtual labs in different disciplines.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online labs.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

Montana State University Online Labs

Strategies and how-tos for online lab activities.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online labs.

Faculty Contact

Salim Bawazir, Civil Engineering abawazir@nmsu.edu
Submit a Lab Resource

Simulations

Learn.GeneticsBioBeyondHHMI BioInteractiveCDC Solve the OutbreakScience of AgricultureVirtual Labs: Basic laboratory Techniques

Learn.Genetics

Interactive lessons, videos and simulation activities (e.g. build a DNA molecule; transcribe and translate a gene).

Examples of Use

As a supplement to lecture-based material; a substitute to using physical models in the classroom.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

BioBeyond

Introductory biology courseware centered on the authentic, compelling question of how to find life in the universe. A full textbook replacement or can be used alongside OpenStax Biology (OER),

Examples of Use

A simulation for a 1-semester, 4-credit introductory level biology course, geared toward general education for the non-science major. [Currently a no-cost offer]

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

HHMI BioInteractive

Activities (videos; figure analysis etc.) and teaching supports, including resources for online instruction.

Examples of Use

Supplemental activities to reinforce and provide applications for lecture materials.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

CDC “Solve the Outbreak”

Simulations/game where students become disease detectives. The focus is on epidemiology/ viral outbreaks.

Examples of Use

An authentic application/reinforcement of course material.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

Science of Agriculture

Short animations, interactives and videos teach math & science concepts crucial to the study of agriculture

Examples of Use

Our department designs and creates educational media.

Faculty Contact

Pamela Martinez, Innovative Media Research and Extension pamelmar@nmsu.edu

Virtual Labs: Basic laboratory Techniques

Help students learn basic laboratory techniques and practice methods used by lab technicians and researchers in a variety of careers, using specific food science lab processes.

Examples of Use

Innovative Media Research and Extension department creates educational media and games.

Faculty Contact

Pamela Martinez, Innovative Media Research and Extension pamelmar@nmsu.edu
Submit a Simulation Resource

Performance

Teaching Drama Online/RemotelyTHEATERishNAMM COVID-19 Resources

Teaching Drama Online/Remotely

Free tools and resources for teaching theatre online.

Examples of Use

Ideas for theatre instructors and students of all ages.

Faculty Contact

Theatre, Name withheld per request.

THEATERish

A crowdsourced list of virtual theatre education resources.

Examples of Use

Ideas for theatre instructors and students of all ages.

Faculty Contact

Theatre, Name withheld per request.

NAMM COVID-19 Resources

National Association of Music Merchants Foundation resources for online music education.

Examples of Use

Resources for teaching and learning music in the online environment.

Faculty Contact

Theatre, Name withheld per request.
Submit a Performance Resource

Gaming/Role-Playing

The Ultimate Guide to Online TeachingInnovative Activities to Engage Your StudentsKahoot!

The Ultimate Guide to Online Teaching

Free guide will help plan and design any course to be more engaging, interactive, and effective, in both online and hybrid settings.

Examples of Use

A design tool for creating interactive, synchronized activities and formative and summative assessments.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Innovative Activities to Engage Your Students

Help for designing online activities tailored for student engagement and assessment of learning outcomes.

Examples of Use

A design tool used to create classroom activities based on course learning objectives.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Kahoot!

A game-based learning platform that makes it easy to create, share and play learning games or trivia quizzes in minutes. Unleash the fun in classrooms, offices and living rooms!

Kahoot Resources
This Video includes a demonstration:How to integrate Kahoot with canvas and how to create a game. 

Examples of Use

An interactive gaming tool you can use to assess prior knowledge, introduce new concepts, or preview content.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Submit a Game/Role-Playing Resource

Assessment

National Center for Case Study Teaching in ScienceCanvas – Course Evaluation Checklist v2.0Formative Assessment ToolsHow to Assess Your Students RemotelyTools for Choosing the Right Remote Assessments

National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science

Peer-reviewed case studies for use in a variety of STEM disciplines.

Examples of Use

A way to assess students’ ability to apply and think critically about course material.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

Canvas – Course Evaluation Checklist v2.

Course evaluation checklist includes: the top 10 foundational items (think of this list as your quick start), improved examples, and more articulate verbiage

Examples of Use

Can be used as a checklist for assessing the readiness of Canvas courses.

Faculty Contact

Robbie Grant, Instructional Innovation & Quality rogrant@nmsu.edu

Formative Assessment Tools

Links to easy online tools that can be used to formatively assess students in real time.

Examples of Use

Focus on contents v. tool when using technology!

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

How to Assess Your Students Remotely

Examples of formative and summative assessments.

Examples of Use

So how do you ensure students sit up and pay attention? One solution may be testing students early and often.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Tools for Choosing the Right Remote Assessments

This handy guide and worksheet are designed to help you identify the most appropriate assessment based on the level of student learning you seek to assess.

Examples of Use

Includes links to resources in the document.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu
Submit an Assessment Resource

Community-based Service

Merlot Community PortalsOutreach and Community-based Engagement

Merlot Community Portals

Academic discipline community portals.

Examples of Use

A resource from other content experts to supplement to established classroom activity.

Faculty Contact

Salim Bawazir, Civil Engineering abawazir@nmsu.edu

Outreach and Community-based Engagement

Invite a guest speaker from the community to speak via Zoom.

Examples of Use

A supplement to established classroom activity.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Submit a Community-Based Service Resource

Fine Arts

Cultural Heritage in the Time of COVID-19Coronavirus Online Resources for Teaching RemotelyArticle: Can You Teach Art OnlineCooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Learning LabGoogle Arts and CultureAHTR Digital Art History/HumanitiesLouvre Online ToursMetropolitan Museum of Art: The Met 360° ProjectVatican Museums Virtual ToursMorphoSourceZombie Survival Guide for the Arts

Cultural Heritage in the Time of COVID-19

Collection of resources to assist museum conservators and collection care professionals during the pandemic.

Examples of Use

Provides current information on how to modify curriculum in preservation and collections care to address updated hygiene and conservation care practices.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Coronavirus Online Resources for Teaching Remotely

Collection of various threads to support the spring switch to on-line teaching in the arts.

Examples of Use

Particularly interested in various digital tools described that can be utilized in teaching.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Article: Can You Teach Art Online

Art in America, April 17, 2020 article on challenges of moving online.

Examples of Use

For students to contextualize more broadly the implications of extending material-based learning in new ways.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Learning Lab

Preeminent design museum offers extensive fully articulated design projects.

Examples of Use

Useful resources for understanding how to scaffold and image multi-step projects that are best taught through hands on approach.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Google Arts and Culture

Immense collection of over 2,000 digitized museum collections; 100,000 artworks in high definition; and over 10,000 tours of famous sites around the world. This is an exceptional entry point into museums which have extensive online programming in addition to digitized art works.

Examples of Use

Students will be able to engage in research, move through architectural spaces and come to understand collections in a way not before available. This will be a valuable tool in our region which already has limited opportunities for students to interact with artwork in person.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

AHTR Digital Art History/Humanities

Digital resources organized by AHTR (Art History Teaching Resources), a peer-populated platform for educators who use visual and material culture in their teaching practice.

Examples of Use

Source for topical journals, lesson plans, blogs and other resources.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Louvre Online Tours

Online tour of the Louvre.

Examples of Use

Students can explore virtual museum spaces in order to see art in context and learn about exhibition and curatorial design.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Metropolitan Museum of Art: The Met 360° Project

Virtual tour of the Met exhibitions.

Examples of Use

Students can explore virtual museum spaces in order to see art in context and learn about exhibition and curatorial design.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Vatican Museums Virtual Tours

Virtual tours of various galleries and collections in the Vatican Museum.

Examples of Use

Students can explore virtual museum spaces in order to see art in context and learn about exhibition and curatorial design.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

MorphoSource

Duke University digital repository of biological specimens.

Examples of Use

Scans serve as objects for sketch studies for biological specimens including human anatomy

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu

Zombie Survival Guide for the Arts

VCU resources for closing out spring semester.

Examples of Use

Options offered for transitioning materials-based projects online.

Faculty Contact

Julia Barello, Art jbarello@nmsu.edu
Submit a Fine Arts Resource

Active Learning

IHE STEM Teaching and LearningMoving Teaching Online – OLC Continuity Planning and Emergency PreparednessStanford University Teach Anywhere Best PracticesIndiana University Keep TeachingTools for Planning and Designing Your CourseHow to Drive Student Engagement SynchronouslyHow to Drive Student Engagement AsynchronouslyThe Difference Between Remote vs Online InstructionFostering Social Connections Among- and With -Your Students Online

IHE STEM Teaching and Learning

STEM teaching and learning is both a great challenge in higher education. STEM teaching and learning is also the subject of innovation. Only a minority of students are ready for STEM at the college level. Colleges are working hard to attract more students into these disciplines, and to reach students who may be interested but lack the necessary preparation.

Examples of Use

The articles in this collaboration explore the issues involved, and look at the efforts of some colleges to attract more students to STEM.

Faculty Contact

Name withheld per request.

Moving Teaching Online – OLC Continuity Planning and Emergency Preparedness

Online teaching resources for moving from F2F to online teaching.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online labs.

Faculty Contact

Samah Ben Ayed, Engineering Technology and Surveying Engineering benayed@nmsu.edu

Stanford University Teach Anywhere Best Practices

Considerations as you plan to address online teaching activities.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online.

Faculty Contact

Salim Bawazir, Civil Engineering abawazir@nmsu.edudu

Indiana University Keep Teaching

As you prepare to move your class online, focus on what tasks you are trying to accomplish.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online.

Faculty Contact

Salim Bawazir, Civil Engineering abawazir@nmsu.edu

Tools for Planning and Designing Your Course

Effective and easy-to-use tools Top Hat offers free, downloadable available that can help you in online teaching resources, designing your course.

Examples of Use

Lecture planning and mind mapping tools help you structure information the way your brain works. This is a customizable PowerPoint template.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

How to Drive Student Engagement Synchronously

Information on building student engagement in your synchronous online course.

Examples of Use

Frequent feedback helps students succeed by giving them the support and direction to re-focus their studies.Using multimedia content like photos, videos, memes and real-world examples can help reinforce course concepts while adding variety to presentations.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

How to Drive Student Engagement Asynchronously

Information on building student engagement in your asynchronous online course.

Examples of Use

Frequent feedback helps students succeed by giving them the support and direction to re-focus their studies.The document includes an example.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

The Difference Between Remote vs Online Instruction

Remote instruction—sometimes called emergency remote teaching—refers to developing and facilitating online course curriculum on the fly. Online learning on the other hand, refers to courses that are intentionally developed with online delivery in mind.

Examples of Use

Clear definitions for delineating between remote instruction and online learning.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Fostering Social Connections Among- and With -Your Students Online

In a traditional classroom setting, students get to know each other through informal networking during and after class. With physical distancing measures in place, it’s perhaps even more important for instructors to make the effort to create social connections among students.

Examples of Use

Three Ps: Divide students into small breakout rooms where they share three facts with their classmates: something personal, something professional and something peculiar (such as a hobby or habit—nothing too personal).

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu
Submit an Active Learning Resource

Accessibility Features in Zoom

Accessibility Features in ZoomExplore AccessDesigning an Accessible Online CourseSpeechifyDIY – IT Accessibility

Accessibility Features in Zoom

Tools for making Zoom meetings accessible.

Examples of Use

I utilized the automatic caption and edit captions tools.

Faculty Contact

Name withheld per request.

Explore Access

A comprehensive guide for making sure your course is accessible when you put content online.

Examples of Use

I utilized these tips to make accurate captions on videos, check accessibility for posted documents, and how to communicate my commitment to accessibility to my students.

Faculty Contact

Name withheld per request.

Designing an Accessible Online Course

A well-designed course is more usable for all students. The design also takes into consideration that not all students navigate or access the online environment in the same way. This toolkit focuses on three key principles. Designing in ways that consider the principles in this website will go a long way toward inclusion and access for students with disabilities.

Examples of Use

I use this toolkit and what I have learned from OCIP when creating online classes. It takes a lot more work up-front but it is worth the effort as it communicates inclusion and concern to all our students.

Faculty Contact

>Name withheld per request

Speechify

Create audiobooks from anything. Have any text read out to you in natural human voices. Read faster, retain more information, and save time.

Examples of Use

Useful for people who are audible learners, multi-taskers, or like to learn on the go.

Faculty Contact

Name withheld per request

DIY – IT Accessibility

An easy-to-read visual to remind me of 6 ways to make my course more accessible.

Examples of Use

An easy-to-read visual to remind me of 6 ways to make my course more accessible.

Faculty Contact

Name withheld per request
Submit an Accessibility Resource

Tech Tools

VirtualBoxOffice 365 ToolsFlipGridKapwingVideo: Engaging Learners – Strategically Leveraging TechnologyVoiceThreadLoomWorkshop Presentation: FlipGridWorkshop Presentation: Zoom Faculty and Staff TrainingCanvas – Course Evaluation Checklist v2.0Microsoft OneDriveNearpodCrowdsource of Favorite Resources

VirtualBox

A software which allows users to run multiple operating systems in a single machine and to freely switch between OS instances running simultaneously.

Examples of Use

A tool to simulate a face-to-face lab environment. Faculty can pre-build their labs and provide an image for the students to install.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Office365 Tools

Group of Office 365 applications such as Whiteboard, OneDrive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. No need for any installation and integrates with many other applications.

Examples of Use

A resource for options available to faculty teaching online.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

FlipGrid

Engage and empower every voice in your classroom or at home by recording and sharing short, awesome videos…together! Canvas has an LTI integration.

Examples of Use

A tool to enhance classroom collaborations.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Kapwing

A collaborative platform for creating images, videos, and GIFs.

Examples of Use

A tool to enhance classroom collaborations.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

Video: Engaging Learners – Strategically Leveraging Technology

Webinar considering the role of instructional technology in learner engagement. This is not a “how-to,” but instead presents two frameworks to consider in the design of instruction and how each framework can be used to help us be strategically selective in the technology tools we choose to implement. Then, several tools are described through those lenses.

Examples of Use

Useful for finding technology tools that have been vetted for learner engagement.

Faculty Contact

Rajaa Shindi, Accounting and Information Systems rshindi@nmsu.edu

VoiceThread

Narration software: Pics, Slides, PowerPoint, Keynote

Examples of Use

I have used this software to narrate conference presentations.

Faculty Contact

Pamela Martinez, Innovative Media Research and Extension pamelmar@nmsu.edu

Loom

With Loom, you can capture your screen, voice, and face and instantly share your video.

Examples of Use

I have used it for narrating conference presentations.

Faculty Contact

Pamela Martinez, Innovative Media Research and Extension pamelmar@nmsu.edu

Workshop Presentation: FlipGrid

FlipGrid is an asynchronous tool, which provides student discussion through video technologies.

Examples of Use

FlipGrid can be integrated with a canvas app and grading tool. A simple tool to provide student interaction.

Faculty Contact

Conni DeBlieck, School of Nursing deblieck@nmsu.edu

Workshop Presentation: Zoom Faculty and Staff Trainig

The Zoom webinar tool is a synchronous tool,which faculty can use to communicate with students or host online office hours. This workshop provides a quick training to be successful using Zoom.

Examples of Use

This software platform provides faculty and students a space to interact in real-time lectures, discussion, office hours, etc.

Faculty Contact

Conni DeBlieck, School of Nursing deblieck@nmsu.edu

Canvas – Course Evaluation Checklist v2.

Course evaluation checklist includes: the top 10 foundational items (think of this list as your quick start), improved examples, and more articulate verbiage

Examples of Use

Can be used as a checklist for assessing the readiness of Canvas courses.

Faculty Contact

Robbie Grant, Instructional Innovation & Quality rogrant@nmsu.edu

Microsoft OneDrive

We use OneDrive to collaborate on documents and projects and also encourage our students who work in groups to do the same. OneDrive is free to everyone on campus as part of Office 365.

Examples of Use

Students use this tool to collaborate on group projects by sharing documents with others within OneDrive.

Faculty Contact

Miriam Maske, School of Nursing maske@nmsu.edu

Nearpod

Nearpod is an instructional platform that merges formative assessment and dynamic media for collaborative learning experiences.

Examples of Use

I use Nearpod to train students on technology we use in the School of Nursing. I use it to develop tutorials on the use of various tools. Nearpod allows me to create interactive content and formative assessments for understanding and comprehension. Nearpod can be used to deliver content/assessments in real-time or as self-paced/homework assignments.

Faculty Contact

Miriam Maske, School of Nursing maske@nmsu.edu

Crowdsource of Favorite Resources

This is a google document of countless amounts of resources and the website use to assist with online teaching tools.

Examples of Use

This google document provides multiple suggestions and tool resources for example media, communications, math tools, and the list goes on.

Faculty Contact

Conni DeBlieck, School of Nursing deblieck@nmsu.edu
Submit a Tech Tools Resource

Diversity and Inclusion

Scientist SpotlightThe Story ColliderWebinars: National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher EducationHow to Create an Inclusive Online Class500 Queer ScientistsProject Biodiversify

Scientist Spotlight

Emphasizes inclusivity, by allowing all students to see themselves in science. The website provides assignments and activities that link scientific content to the personal stories of “counter-typical” scientists.

Examples of Use

To highlight diverse scientists working on areas of science relevant to a specific course.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

The Story Collider

Podcasts of personal stories from scientists from a variety of background and lived experiences.

Examples of Use

To humanize scientists, and allow students to see themselves as a scientist.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

Webinars: National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education

NADOHE recorded webinars on diversity and inclusion by experts in the field and make them available on their website. They also have a link to the journal of diversity in higher education published by the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education. Very informative resource on diversity and inclusion.

Examples of Use

We (ReNUWIt diversity and inclusion sub-committee) have shared the website webinars with our Reinventing the Nation’s Urban Water Infrastructure or ReNUWIt (Stanford University Research Center) research group which includes faculty and students from NMSU, Stanford, UC Barkley, and Colorado School of Mines. The objective was to bring awareness as well as educate the ReNUWIt group on the importance of diversity and inclusion in research and academia.

Faculty Contact

Salim Bawazir, Civil Engineering abawazir@nmsu.edu

How to Create an Inclusive Online Class

This is a quick-read reminder of ways to create a more inclusive classroom, for example paying attention to my word choice and biases.

Examples of Use

In an online classroom it’s especially important to pay attention to word choice so students feel like I “see” them even though we are not physically in the same space.

Faculty Contact

Name withheld per request.

500 Queer Scientists

A website featuring LGBTQ+ scientists.

Examples of Use

To provide LGBTQ+ role models for my students.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu

Project Biodiversify

Teaching materials and methods for enhancing human diversity and inclusivity in biology courses.

Examples of Use

To enhance representation of scientists from a variety of backgrounds.

Faculty Contact

Michele Shuster, Biology mshuster@nmsu.edu
Submit a Diversity and Inclusion Resource

Case Studies

Moving Your Classroom Online (case study focus)

Moving Your Classroom Online (case study focus)

Harvard Business School is the pre-eminent resource for the case study teaching method. This website contains live and recorded webinars, articles, and guides related to teaching case studies in an online environment.

Examples of Use

This resource is for instructors to enhance their knowledge base about online teaching of case studies.

Faculty Contact

Ken Martin, Finance jkmartin@nmsu.edu
Submit a Case Studies Resource

Getting Help

 

Online Course Improvement Program
For course design and delivery
ocip@nmsu.edu
(575) 646-1572

 

Academic Technology
For Canvas and learning technologies
learning@nmsu.edu
(575) 646-5125

 

 

Distance Education/NMSU Online
For proctoring and distance education
online@nmsu.edu
(575) 646-8231 or (575) 646-5632
(888) 729-6678

 

Teaching Academy
For instructional practices
teaching@nmsu.edu
(575) 646- 2204

 

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