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Faculty Online Migration Guide
This LibGuide will point you to many tools, tutorials and resources to help you transition your courses to online or remote delivery. Click on the tabs for more information.
Forms for Online Reporting
Forms for Online Reporting
Includes links to forms used to report student and/or employee issues to the Behavioral Intervention Team, Title IX-Sexual Misconduct, Academic Honesty violations, and Student Conduct.
Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
This program allows employees to report student and employee behaviors of concern with the goal of responding proactively to connect all parties with essential support services.
Title IX - Sexual Misconduct
This link to the Title IX/Sexual Misconduct section of the Catalog details Lee's policy.
See the Academic Honesty tab on this LibGuide for more information.
Student Code of Conduct
Links to Lee's Student Code of Conduct, found in the College Catalog.
Faculty Online Support
To continue supporting you during this transition, Channell Cook and Laura Lane-Worley will offer WebEx training periodically throughout the summer.
In general, WebEx training sessions will be offered on Thursdays at 11:00 AM and repeated at 7:00 PM. The training topics will vary based on the needs of faculty and staff. If you have a topic you think others could benefit from learning about, please send your recommendation to email@example.com.
There will be an invitation for each training sent out via outlook, and all sessions will be recorded and shared on this LibGuide.
Contacts for additional assistance:
- Channell Cook
- Laura Lane-Worley
- Paula Lee -- Blackboard assistance
- LeeAnn Allison, Instructional Designer
Recordings of Online Instruction Training Sessions
- Mon 3/30- Nobody Signed Up for this: Supporting Students in an Online Environment: (Recording) As faculty, many of us are struggling with learning new technologies, teaching remotely for the first time, transitioning our courses to fully online, and maintaining work/life balance. Our students are struggling as much, perhaps more than we are with trying to learn from home, managing the online education of their children, possibly coping with job loss, lack of internet, shared technology, and more, This session provides an opportunity for faculty to explore how they can support students through virtual office hours, academic support referrals, email, phone calls, and providing information on resources.
- Wed 4/1- Creating a YouTube Channel: (Recording) This video shares how to create a YouTube Channel. It also includes how to; upload your own videos to YouTube, auto caption your videos, edit the auto-captions, create playlists, and share your videos and/or playlist in Blackboard for students. An important step in the creation of your YouTube Channel is to verify your account to be able to upload videos longer than 5 minutes. Either login to the email account you are using for your channel and look for a verification email from YouTube or go to the following link to verify you are a real person! https://www.youtube.com/verify
Tues: 4/1- Webinar on Online Teaching & Learning Through Disruption: Communication & Engagement Strategies at a Distance (Recording) by Achieving the Dream. With the widespread shutdown of college campuses due to COVID-19 and transition to online classes, maintaining a connection with your remote students, has never been more important. Finding effective ways to communicate with your students, especially those with limited access to technology, will not only help them be engaged in their learning but can also convey emotional support and compassion. In the second webinar in Achieving the Dream's Online Teaching & Learning through Disruption series we will address how to effectively communicate with your students, even when access may be challenging. This session will also cover how to create engaging learning experiences that allow your students to both collaborate with peers and work independently at a distance.
- Mon 4/6- I've recorded my Collaborate Session, What's Next? (Must be logged on to your Lee College email to access this recording) As faculty transition more classes to online and hybrid format, there will be more video content to be shared. Depending on your needs, there are a variety of things you may want to do with your videos. Come and learn how to share them with your students. (Videos, ShareStream, and More)
- Wed 4/8- Building your capacity: Using Office 365: (Recording) Office 365 has a variety of features including shared files in OneDrive, voice over video slide shows in PowerPoint, and even voice to text dictation in Word. This session will help you work smarter, not harder in Office 365.
- Mon 4/13-ALLY & Accessibility: (Recording) With the migration of more courses to Online, students’ modifications may change. Faculty may need to make additional changes to content to ensure it is accessible to students.
- Wed 4/15-Safe Assign vs. Turn It In: What they do and How to Use: Courses still need to maintain rigor and academic integrity online. Tools such as Safe Assign and Turn It In can help faculty ensure their students’ work is their own.
- Mon 4/20- Virtual Academic Support Services: See what online services are being provided to your students from the Learning Hub, The Math Lab, and the Writing Center.
- Wed 4/22- Open Broadcasting Software Training:This webinar will show you how to create an asynchronous video session with a very simple piece of software called OBS.
- Mon 4/27- Lee College Library - At Your Service: This session covered the role the library as a support unit for faculty and students. Librarians will share information on their chat feature, research support for students, LibGuide creation for faculty, Virtual Library Tours and more.