Teaching in the summer semester is always a unique experience, and in our current extra-unique circumstances, a collaboration of academic partners and instructors from across the campus, came together in early May to support faculty in preparing to support student learning experiences during the summer semester. All workshop segments were recorded and transcribed with closed captions. To review these recordings, please select one of the segments below.
Each segment is hyperlinked to a Google folder with a video recording, transcription, and presenters' presentation slides.
- Welcome, Overview, and Introductions, Suzanne Harrison, Digital Learning Services (DLS) Terry Johnson, Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) Victoria Robinson, The American Cultures Center (AC)(link is external)
- Advice and Reflections from Teaching in Summer, Professor Glynda Hull, School of Education (moderated by Sarah Pickett, CTL)(link is external)
- Overview of Digital Learning Tools and Getting Started with bCourses, Seyon Wind, DLS(link is external)
- Using Media for Instruction, (link is external)Gisele Tanasse, Media Resource Center & (link is external)Research with Library Resources, Corliss Lee, University Library(link is external)
- Advice from Seasoned Remote Teaching & Learning Instructors, Michelle Douskey, Department of Chemistry & Kristen Rasmussen, Department of Nutritional Science and Toxicology(link is external)
- Advice for Teaching Summer AC courses, John Dougherty, Department of Ethnic Studies Victoria Robinson, AC and Department of Ethnic Studies
Offered by The Center for Teaching and Learning, Digital Learning Services, The American Cultures Center, and UC Berkeley Summer Sessions.