Contingencies for Online Course Development
The 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.
View our resources below to access video tutorials and information regarding teaching remotely and creating and adding content online.
A guide on where to start when teaching remotely in a hurry, and considerations for teaching continuity.
This 5-minute, questionnaire-based, tool will help any instructor assess their readiness to teach remotely and online.
Strategies to support academic integrity and copyright considerations for online and remote courses.
Teaching and Learning Online Courses
An update is on the way!
Updated Teaching and Learning Online courses will be available soon.
This 3-hour, asynchronous, course will prepare instructors to teach learners in the online and remote learning environment.
In this 3-hour, asynchronous course, learners will discover the skills required to succeed in online learning.
Course Framework Resources
Developed in conjunction with the University of Manitoba, a Framework Course is the starting place for your course development. It contains examples in each of the basic Brightspace and Moodle tools (Grades, Assignments, Quizzes, Discussions, Content, Announcements) that can be edited to quickly get your course up and running. Three versions of the Framework course are available, for both Brightspace and Moodle, which contain examples that align to several disciplines.
Every framework course will contain standard components that assist an instructor in meeting both Quality Matters requirements, and best practices for online and remote learning.
Download the Brightspace Framework Courses for the Sciences, Humanities, and Other.
Download the Moodle Framework Courses for the Sciences, Humanities, and Other.