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Online Teaching and Learning
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Moody College is widely respected for its connected and caring teachers who promote student well-being and maturity. The tenets of effective teaching remain the same whether online or face-to-face. Communication is key to establishing a culture of engagement, collaboration and community.

As you as you re-imagine student learning in the digital space, please begin by reviewing Moody College Minimum Requirements for Online Teaching and Five Principles for Teaching Online. The web resources provided here build from these documents, and each section is organized around a set of questions you might ask about online courses and teaching so you can easily navigate to the answers you need.

Design your course

Design your course

How do I apply what I already know about course design to teaching online?

Teach your course

Teach your course

What should I know about teaching an online course once it is up and running?

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Use technology

What technologies can help me teach more effectively online?

Ask for help

Ask for help and guidance

If I want to go deeper, what additional resources are available?

Upcoming Events

Inclusive Teaching Series

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching Excellence (CATE) presents the inaugural Inclusive Teaching Series for Moody Teaching Assistants. This series of interactive sessions focuses on helping Moody College graduate students build the skills needed for their role as part of the teaching team.

Please register to attend at links below.

Grading and Feedback

September 25, 12:00-1:00 PM

Maintaining Student Engagement

October 2, 12:00-1:00 PM

Dealing with Difficult Situations

October 16, 12:00-1:00 PM

Office hours

Faculty and graduate students are invited to make an appointment with Mary Crawford or Kate Osmond by emailing

Past Events

Recorded Sessions

View previously recorded sessions on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning.