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Tips for Online Teaching: A Q&A With Trey Conatser


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Trey Conatser, associate director of CELT, University of Kentucky

"Redesigning courses for a remote audience represents a herculean effort on the part of our faculty," says Trey Conatser with the University of Kentucky.

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Last month, the University of Kentucky moved to a remote learning model in response to the ongoing outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. 

For those who have never taught an online course, the transition required many hours of work and a great deal of patience. As faculty members worldwide learn to tackle online teaching, maximizing value and efficiency for both faculty members and students must be considered. 

Unprecedented technology helps surmount the challenge.

Teaching, Learning, and Academic Innovation provides resources to UK staff and faculty members to ease their transition. In a Q&A, Trey Conatser, associate director of the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, a part of TLAI, discusses efforts to expand support services in response to the university's decision to move courses online. 

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