The following resources provide tips and support for academics wishing to deliver online tutorials or transition traditional face-to-face activities to the online classroom.
WCLA Guide: Resource Guide for Delivering Online Tutorials
This guide has been written to support University of Melbourne tutors shifting their traditional face-to-face tutorials online. Covers requirements of success, remote learning formats and use of Canvas and Zoom
Using Zoom for synchronous tutorials
This page provides an overview of Zoom, and includes links to guides for setting up the software on your computer and for getting help
Zoom - Setting up a Webinar
A UoM supported guide to setting up a webinar via Zoom for small group teaching of tutorials including the differences between a webinar and a meeting
WCLA Guide: Transitioning Traditional Engagement Activities to the Online Classroom
This WCLA Guide provides academics with strategies and resources to present, deliver and manage small classroom teaching and activities in a face-to-face and an online classroom
In-depth Guide: using Zoom to teach online class sessions
The Guide to Fostering Asynchronous Online Discussion in Higher Education
This guide articulates a set of principles to help University lecturers, and other teaching academics in the Higher Education sector, to set up and conduct successful asynchronous online discussions for the students in their distance or flexible delivery courses.