Keep Teaching Online

IU has temporarily suspended face-to-face classroom teaching until April 6, and the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning is here to guide you in how to move your courses online. Webinars on how to quickly move online have been scheduled, and the Keep Teaching website and our CITL blog also have many relevant resources to assist in the transition. 

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In preparation for classes resuming online on Monday, March 30, 2020, we have added additional webinars this week to help faculty prepare.  These webinars will focus on topics that include Kaltura, Zoom, CN Post, purposeful online discussions, and adapting your syllabus to the course changes taking place.  Here, you can find the full list of webinars and the registration links.


We are also offering additional drop-in online consultations this week. These are not webinars, but an opportunity for instructors to meet individually with consultants who can answer their questions about both technical and pedagogical issues. Participants will join a Zoom meeting and be directed into a breakout room with a consultant. We will have breakout rooms on the following topics:

  • Kaltura (video management, sharing, and creation)
  • Canvas (online assignments and grading, file sharing, and module creation)
  • Zoom (general overview and using breakout rooms)
  • PowerPoint Audio Narration Recording

Wednesday, March 25, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 26, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

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We have launched a new Keep Learning website for students, with technology resources and tips for effective online learning. Please share this with your students, and let us know if there are other things you’d like this site to do for students.


The CITL Blog continues to be updated, including information on service-learning courses and assessing student learning.


Finally, our online resources continue to be updated in response to faculty needs, technical updates, and changes to the situation. See updates on the Keep Teaching website, including the Get Started and Resources page.


If you have other questions or need to talk with a consultant directly, please contact us at




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