Article: Leszczyński ey al. (2020). E-learning Practice at Medical Universities in Poland in the Perspective of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

OpenMed Course: this is an online course on how to adopt Open Education approaches in your teaching, including how to search for and work with Open Educational Resources (OER), how to apply Open Licenses, how to run open assessment, etc.

EduHack Course: this is a set of 19 short lessons (short reading + one video + one activity) focussing on different aspects of teaching with ICT: work with digital content, engage students through ICT, etc.

EDEN webinar series: Education in time of a pandemic. To address the urgency of teaching online and of doing it right, EDEN is rolling out a series of practical webinars on how to take face-to-face education online. These webinars start by focussing on the day-to-day challenges our teachers and educators face and move on to consider other, broader institutional aspects.

Moving to Online Learning. The Open University UK has produced a site with guidance and resources to help educators move towards online teaching, with the aim is to keep the approaches as simple as possible, to minimise stress for educators and students.

How can you take your teaching online? is a very good page with free online courses by the OpenLearn initiative.

Aide à la continuité pédagogique is a set of resources and webinars recordings in French to help moving to online teaching swiftly and efficiently.

Distance Learning Solutions is a list of educational applications, platforms and resources selected by UNESCO to help teachers, schools and universities facilitate student learning and provide social care and interaction during periods of school closure. Most of the solutions curated are free and many cater to multiple languages. 

Teaching in the Digital Age is a course by prof. Tony Bates that covers all aspects of online teaching, with plenty of practical ideas and activities.

The Guide to Blended Learning  by the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an introduction using technology and distance education teaching strategies with traditional, face-to-face classroom activities. This Guide has been designed to assist teachers adopt blended learning strategies through a step-by-step approach taking constructivist and design-based approach and reflecting on decisions taken to provide authentic learning experience in their own contexts.

Guidelines for Online Assessment for Educators. Presenting relevant online assessment techniques, principles for online assessment and online assessment resources.

Pedagogical Innovations for Technology-Enabled Learning. This guide explores how pedagogy and vision underpin successful TEL innovation, as well as the other building blocks that are needed. It also outlines recent pedagogical innovations in TEL that can be trialled in any classroom where learners have access to smartphones and the Internet.

Designing and Implementing Micro-Credentials: A Guide for Practitioners. All  organisations that are experimenting with micro-credentials will need to assess their own level of maturity as new and innovative forms of credentialing continue to evolve. The organisational appetite for change, its culture and readiness, and the availability of resources to support all the stakeholders involved in the journey should inform each implementation strategy and accompanying operational planning activities.