Guidelines for Emergency Remote Writing Instruction Guidelines developed specifically for instructors in the University Writing Program at UC Davis. Keep Teaching: Strategies and Resources for Instructional Resilience UC Davis central hub for help moving instruction online, including information about campus-specific tools like Canvas, Zoom, Gradescope, and Lecture Capture. Links also to online webinars. Getting Started (Online Writing Instruction Community) Provides useful information about getting started, organizing content in a learning management system (like Canvas), video conferencing, and instructor presence. How to Make Your Online Pivot Less Brutal Kevin Gannon, Chronicle of Higher Education Emphasizes flexibility and simplicity in moving instruction online. Teaching Online During COVID-19 Vanessa Dennen, Florida State University Emphasizes priorities: people first, content second, technology third. Clarifies that moving courses online in this context is not the same as developing online courses. Expectations will have to be realistic. Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption, for SIS and PWR Jenae Cohn and Brian Seltzer, Stanford University Written by academic technology specialists at Stanford. Some information is specific to Stanford, but they use some of the same tools, such as Canvas and Zoom. Online...Just in Time! Includes various resources for "making a quick conversion to online" and includes links to the Just Ask GSOLE Forum and Walk-in Webinars. Please do a bad job of putting your courses online Rebecca Barrett-Fox Despite the provocative title, contains useful approaches to moving instruction online and offers perspective on what should (and shouldn't) be the goal. Emphasizes keeping things simple, using available resources, communicating with students, and giving yourself (and your students) a break. Help! I have to suddenly teach online! What should I do? Steven Krause, Eastern Michigan University Emphasizes idea that moving quickly online is not the same as building an online course, communication with students, keeping things simple, asking for help, using available tools, and keeping in mind the affordances of online spaces for teaching. Moving Classes Online on Short Notice: Some Strategies Karl Stolley, Illinois Institute of Technology Emphasizes lo-bandwidth, mobile-friendly solutions, and the need for instructional flexibility.