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Guide to Hybrid & Online Teaching at JMU

Get started or get help Explore best practices Teach online in specific disciplines Consider hybrid or HyFlex options Use Canvas to put your course online Deliver asynchronous content Host synchronous sessions Design & grade assignments and exams

It may feel daunting to teach in new ways. We at JMU Libraries are here to help you. As you prepare for your classes, please remember to:

  • Be kind to yourself and others. None of us has been in this situation before, but we’ll get through it together.
  • Consider a combination of synchronous and low-tech asynchronous activities. 
  • Think creatively about how to help students progress on core learning objectives

We will continue to update this guide as more information becomes available.

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Acknowledgments: This work, written by JMU Libraries contributors, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International LicenseIt is based on a "Flu-Proofing Teaching Resources" site co-developed by JMU Libraries and CFI, and draws from advice about remote teaching from other institutions. The graphic icons above were made by photo3idea_studio from flaticon.


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