The resources in this guide are based on classroom experiences of Haverford faculty, as well as pedagogical expertise in Instructional Technology and the Libraries. The site is a problem-based resource for teaching in virtual and hybrid classrooms. You can view the resources by category or explore them by tag. The tags connect resources from different categories by discipline, tools, pedagogical goals, and other areas.
You’ll also want to consult the website maintained by Haverford’s Educational Policy Committee, which assembles policies and best practices for teaching.
You will also find short essays (“Perspectives“) on broader themes of pedagogical concern, including thoughts on accessibility, partnerships with students, and the lessons learned from recent workshops.
All About Categories and Tags
The tools, tips and practices found here are marked with one or more Categories (high level concepts) and Tags (relating to particular needs and uses).
- Timed & Untimed
- Synchronous & Asynchronous
- Serialized Discussions & Assignments
- Student Presentations & Publications
- Audio Editing
- Video Editing
- Screen Capture
- Screen, Board, or Workspace Sharing
- Content Management
- Polls & Surveys
- Annotation & Editing
- Performance & Realization
- Syllabus Construction
- Small Experiences
- Student-led Collaborations
- Anonymous & Attributed Submission
- Peer Review
- Blind Grading
- Course Evaluation
- Experiential Learning
- Labs and Studios
- Digital Scholarship Toolkit (maintained by Haverford College Library Digital Scholarship team)
- Primary Source Packet (created by Haverford College Library Staff)