In this guide you will find resources to help you transition to virtual teaching in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Start with the Cornell resources below. Then you can use the tabs along the top to see more resources on pedagogy, library resources, and tech tips.
Please feel free to contact the Law Library if you have any questions. This guide will be updated frequently.
Cornell's Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) resources should be considered a "first stop" for resources on best practices for both hybrid and online teaching.
- Cornell Center for Teaching Innovation - Fall 2020 Course PreparationCTI has put together this guide for remote teaching at Cornell, including a Readiness Quiz to help you gauge your own preparedness.
- CTI - Inclusion in Hybrid & Online SettingsProvides tips on how to create a more inclusive hybrid or online classroom experience
- Cornell University: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and UpdatesAll official announcements, recommendations, and resources regarding Cornell's response to the outbreak in one place. Check often as this page is updated frequently.
- Cornell Law School: Covid-19 Faculty FAQ for the Law SchoolThis is a Box folder with resources for Law School faculty, including an FAQ page. You will have to log in to Box using your NetID.
- IT@Cornell: Tools for Working RemotelyThis page from IT@Cornell covers the digital tools available to the Cornell community for working remotely.
- Guidance for Faculty: Getting & Staying Connected with Int'l StudentsFrom the John S. Knight Institute for Writing in the Disciplines.
- 10 Teaching Tips from a Law Student to Law ProfessorsAdvice from a Cornell law student in the ABA's Before the Bar blog about what students expect and hope for in online classrooms. The author, Nathalie Greenfield, originally shared this piece anonymously with Cornell Law School.