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Easter Term 2020 required rapid adaptation across every aspect of Cambridge life. It also showed the adaptability of an education which has small-scale intensive interaction between students and educators at its heart, within communities which are both academic and social.

We know that teaching online isn't simply a matter of 'converting' face-to-face teaching. Our guides include succinct introductions to flexible and inclusive practices, combining practical educational and technological guidance. You'll also find further detail and examples under introductions to specific technologies, and information on University policies.

We encourage you to join the Teaching, Learning & Assessment in 2020-21 Discussion Group on Yammer, where you can engage with colleagues sharing questions, ideas and tools. It's easy to set up an account using your Cambridge email address. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed.

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Guides to teaching in 2020-21

Introductory guides to teaching in 2020-21, including larger-group teaching (lectures, seminars, classes), supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students, and selecting online readings. All guides combine educational and technological information.

If you're looking for quick introductions to specific educational technologies, look in the section below.

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Introductions to specific educational technologies

Quick introductions to specific educational technologies including Panopto, Moodle, Teams, Google Meet, Zoom and collaborative whiteboards.

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We encourage you to make sure you are aware of University policy surrounding remote teaching and learning at this time.

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