edWeb Resources for Online Learning & Collaboration
We’ve gathered edWeb resources, that are all free, to help you with online learning and collaboration, as we all cope with the spread of the coronavirus.
edWeb and SETDA have launched an Essential Elements for eLearning community of practice and a series of edWebinars to help disseminate an ever-evolving compilation of rapidly developing resources around eLearning for state education agencies and school districts.
We’ve compiled a list of edWebinars that may help as you deal with COVID-19 and provide virtual learning and collaboration for your students and staff.
A District Spotlight: Shifting to eLearning and How to Measure Effectiveness
Supporting Every Student Online: Differentiating Literacy Instruction Across Content Areas
Instructional Design for Distance Learning
Understanding COVID-19 and its Pandemic Impact
Literacy in a Time of Rapid Change: Strategies and Resources for Virtual Learning
eLearning Teaching Tips: Support for Educators During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Coaching in Crisis: Revise and Rethink eLearning on the Fly
Supporting Students with IEPs During eLearning Days
COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic: Considerations for Early Childhood Professionals
Strategies for eLearning Days in the Wake of COVID-19
edWeb4PD: Georgia Model for State-Wide Professional Learning
How Online Learning Communities Help Principals Collaborate and Succeed
Collaboration Near and Far in Digital Professional Learning Communities
Enabling Greater Collaboration and Learning for Your Entire School with Teams
Using edWeb for Collaboration in Higher Education Courses
edWeb PD Wednesday 9/5: Tips for Personalized 24/7 PD
edWeb 24/7 PD: Provide Personalized PD for Your School or District
Explore a Free World of Personalized Professional Learning
You can use edWeb.net to create free online communities for your staff, schools, and districts that can be public or private, and include many tools for collaboration. Use an edWeb community as a hub where you can plug in additional tools, like a Zoom room (now free for K-12 schools) if you’re using Zoom for video conferencing while working remotely.
Here is a quick tutorial on creating a community on edWeb.
As you investigate ways to work remotely and virtually, please consider using edWeb – it’s free. Let us know if we can help. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.