Contingencies for Online Teaching

Support for Developing Your June 2020 Remote Learning Course

Manitoba Flexible Learning HUB, in collaboration with the University of Manitoba, has developed an array of materials and tutorials to help you prepare for and teach your remote learning course. Check back for updated details and information on where to access new materials and tutorials.

More details on upcoming resources

View our resources below to access video tutorials and information regarding teaching remotely and creating and adding content online.

Guide to Teaching Remotely

A guide on where to start when teaching remotely in a hurry, and considerations for teaching continuity.


Readiness to Teach Survey and Support Tool

This 5-minute, questionnaire-based, tool will help any instructor assess their readiness to teach remotely and online. Instructors will be able to identify areas in which they may benefit from additional development.


Alternative Forms of Assessment

Suggested here are some reasonable adjustments to be used in times of crisis, which will not exactly replicate the original assessments, but may offer your students some manageable alternatives during challenging times.


Promoting Integrity in Online Courses

General recommendations and a few best practices you may wish to implement to support academic integrity in your remote/distance and online course.


Video Presentations and PowerPoints

When you make a recording of a presentation, all its elements (narration, animation, pointer movements, timings, and so on) are saved in the presentation itself. In essence, the presentation becomes a video that your audience can watch in PowerPoint.