Free Online Teaching Resources

Planning Your Online Course: Where to Start from?

It has been really nice to see so many colleagues sharing their experience with their recent transition into online learning, and I have enjoyed reading much of what others have been posted. We never learn enough!

Re-thinking Assessment for Online Learning

By Dr. Narimane Hadj-Hamou, Founder & CEO, CLICKS Assessment has always been one of the most challenging aspects of teaching regardless of the delivery mode we are using. In many cases; and despite all of us engaging in alignment exercises as part of our internal and external QA practices when designing or revising courses; there are often issues around the appropriateness of the assessment.

Best Practices in Managing Online Discussions

Online discussions are often the first tool often used to engage students asynchronously in an online course. They provide a wide range of benefits and can be used in a variety of contexts.

Migrating to Online Classes: Tips & Guidelines

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread around the globe; several universities and schools have been shifting their traditional face to face lectures online using virtual classrooms and other similar applications.