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How to plan an online course?

You want to start an online course, but you do not know how to do that? In the following we want to share some links, where you can get helpful ideas, information about tools, learn about experiences.

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The following list was first published at the website of the Hochschulforum Digitalisierung. Please send us your links to share! We will udate the list!

UNESCO: How to plan distance learning solutions during temporary school closures

Online learning and distance education ressources: Advice to those about to teach online because of the corona-virus

Homonym CA: Online Teaching with the most basic of tools - E-Mail

Inside Higher Ed: So You want to Temporarily Teach Online

Inside Higher Ed: Prepare to move online (in a Hurry)

MIT: A few simple tips for better online meetings (COVID-19 edition)

Future Learn: Course how to become an online teacher

The conversation: Coronavirus: 14 simple tips for better online teaching

Tools for online courses

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Adobe connect: Webconferencing tool

Zoom: Up to 100 attendees, 40 minutes free

GoToMeeting: Change your desktop with others

Google Hangouts / Google meet: real time collaboration

MS Teams: Included in Microsoft 365, Chat and more, eg Live Modus up to 10,000 attendees

WebEx: up to 100 attendees for free

Special formats

Iroom: Online Barcamps

Kialo: Online discussion

Sciflow: collaborative writing

More information

The schools remain closed and you have to take care of your children? You want them to learn something in the coming weeks? An overview of different online offers for kids can be found at: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/online-learning-distance-education-at-home/ 

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