Welcome to Nicholls State’s guide to offering your course content remotely.
The Office of Distance Education has a variety of resources available to you when moving your course online and ensuring continuity of instruction during scheduled or unscheduled absences, inclement weather, or other situations.
Your first steps to moving courses online
- Identify and transform content to Moodle
- Explore additional ways to enhance your course
- Use the following resources to get started
- Contact the Office of Distance Education for remote teaching support
Before building your online course, review some materials on best practices from other educators.
Multiple strategies exist for assessing student learning in an online environment. We offer resources on assessment options while ensuring academic integrity in your courses.
These are the professional development opportunities that are available to any faculty member involving online or media-enhanced courses.
OPEN SOURCE MATERIALS
Various resources to help you build and deliver your online course. Includes free textbooks and virtual labs.
Forms and documents
Links to templates for your online course and online forms for you and your students including drop/add a course and extending a course.
Accessibility for All
Ensure that your online courses are accessible for all students and ADA compliant by implementing Universal Design tips and utilizing various technology tools.
Resources for online students to help navigate the world of online learning including campus support services.
Videos created by Distance Education on various topics including Moodle and other online tools.