Remote teaching: a practical guide with tools, tips, and techniques. Through each of the chapters that follow, this online pressbook walks you through the steps of converting to a remote courses.
Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it
As stated by the authors, “the purpose of this guide is to support efforts to plan courses to be offered using remote instruction, identifying a set of tools with supporting examples that can be customized for courses. We are inspired by courses from Faculties of Science—the University of Ottawa’s Faculty in particular—but elements of this work should apply readily to many courses in other environments. We also recognize that this emergency involves profound changes to every part of the university experience. Many of us must work under challenging circumstances at home to deliver something that we may have never seen before, let alone created. To be blunt, this transition is stressful. This guide is intended to take some of the sting out of the process of having to work under such strange and challenging conditions.”
This suite of short videos was created by our student interns in 2023. The videos are a useful resource for students and staff. The topics covered include Academic Integrity resources at DkIT, Academic Integrity and Group Work, and Academic Integrity and Artificial Intelligence.
The “Recycling Art” project engages children in transforming waste into creative toys, fostering sustainable living habits and environmental consciousness in line with SDG 13, through imaginative and fun activities.
The 10-dot Matrix is a quick and easy way to assess how well employability is embedded in classroom activities or module assessments. The video explains how to use 10 key criteria (4 graduate attribute criteria and 6 employability criteria), to quantitatively or qualitatively measure employability in your module or programme.
This project explores the impact of AI text generation on 3rd-level education in Ireland, using modules delivered in the UCD School of Biology and Environmental Science (SBES) at University College Dublin. It was co-created by students and staff.