Teaching Online for the First Time or Considering It: Well, Check These Resources Out

Adam Elias heads up our Innovative Learning Systems initiatives here at Bellarmine and has put together a very helpful set of policies and an orientation (please ask Adam to add you to the orientation if you are teaching an online course) to assist you.  There are also many print books available to you as well both in the FDC, Treece Hall, 209 and in the library.  Many are e-books and are listed on this page, Distance Ed Policy and Pedagogy Resources.  With one click you can access them (you will find them listed under Books).  If you have any questions regarding teaching online, Adam is the person to contact (aelias2@bellarmine.edu).  For questions regarding Moodle and technologies you can use in your course, please contact Janice Poston at (jposton@bellarmine.edu).

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Bellarmine University is a vibrant community of educational excellence and ethical awareness that consistently ranks among the nation’s best colleges and universities. Our students pursue an education based in the liberal arts – and in the distinguished, inclusive Catholic tradition of educational excellence, the oldest and most rewarding in the western world. It is a lifelong education, worthy of the university’s namesake, Saint Robert Bellarmine, and of his invitation to each of us to learn and live In Veritatis Amore – in the love of all that is beautiful, true and good in life.