What versus How: Teaching Digital Humanities after COVID-19 by Dr. Stuart Dunn, Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities at King's College London
A Guide to Online Teaching in the Humanities by Dr. Lee Skallerup Bessett, Learning Design Specialist at Georgetown University
Online Teaching Webinar by Jonathan Cohn (University of Alberta). Further resources are also available here.
Inside Higher Ed (US) provides latest news, analysis, and services for the entire higher education community - a selection of articles is included below:
The Chronical of Higher Ed (US) covers colleges and universities - articles require institutional access, a selection is included below:
Transitioning to Hybrid Delivery from University of Leeds aims to support teachers and researchers to transition their teaching material to a hybrid delivery of student education.
Centre for Teaching and Learning at Oxford University contains advice, events and digital case studies.
SISTER, put together by The Science Engineering and Health Academic Development Group at RMIT Australia aims, to curate and create articles that guide learning and teaching in the 21st century.
Technology Tool Finder from Indiana University aims to help you find the most suitable technology for your teaching requirements.
Pedagogies of Care contains open resources for Student-Centred & Adaptive strategies in the new Higher Ed Landscape from the contributing authors of the West Virginia University Press Teaching & Learning Series.
The New School have provided a list of resources and support necessary to most effectively shift to remote instruction: the resource is regularly updated.
Online Course Development Resource Site from Vanderbilt University walks you through the online course development process drawing on research, best practices, and existing resources from around the web and from the Vanderbilt University Centre for Teaching (CFT).
Online Teaching Tools and Resources from Yale University contains teaching tools, media sources and other resources.
Elevate from the University of Sheffield contains support and guidance in planning for blended and digital teaching.
Open resources to help universities teach online contains links to resources made available by SAGE publishing.
Working and learning online during a pandemic from Pearson contains Higher Education specific resources.
Digital Humanities Now Covid-19 Round Up contains a range of reflections and resources related to digital humanities, especially on digital pedagogy, labour, data visualization, and online collections.
Moving your teaching online, a collection of resources from OneHE.
Developing Blended Learning Approaches from Jisc, who provide digital solutions for UK education and research.
National Centre for Research Methods have collated ideas on how people are switching to teaching and learning other than face-to-face.