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Dr. Sheila Morgan, Instructional Technologist

University Guides for Online Teaching Practices

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Resources for Accessible Online Teaching

Temporary Resource Access

The following resources are temporarily made available or expanded during this time.  

Class Continuity Resource List

Articles Related to Moving to Online Instruction


How to Add the Library Resources Module to Canvas

1. To add the Library Resources Module to your Canvas course, first log in to Canvas and select “Commons” on the left hand side of the screen.

image indicating the Commons button in Canvas.

2. Then search “muw library resources” in the search bar and select the module that appears.

search terms in Canvas Commons

3. Click “Import/Download” on the right hand side of the following page.

image showing import/download button

4. Select the courses that you would like to add the module to and click “Import into Course”.

image showing import into course button

5. The Library Resources module will populate amongst your other course modules and you will be able to move it around as necessary.

Please reach out to the Library is you have any questions or trouble.

image of Library Resources module in Canvas

Video Conferencing Resources

Consider student bandwidth limitations when planning for video conferencing. Below is a helpful for chart with some alternatives. Read Videoconferencing Alternatives: How Low-Bandwidth Teaching Will Save Us All by Daniel Standford for more information and tips.

A graph illustrating the breakdown of various online teaching tools and formats


eBooks on Online Teaching

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