Language Schools Remote Teaching Resources2021-05-27T13:46:53-07:00
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Language Schools Remote Teaching Resources

By combining expertise in instructional design, pedagogical research, learning space design, animation and video production, and more, the DLINQ team provides dynamic, strategic, and robust resources that are accessible to faculty, staff, and students across all of Middlebury’s programs. Click the button below to request a consultation with a member of our team for assistance with such things as remote teaching strategies, how to work with remote teaching tools and technologies, and structuring remote teaching activities.

Contact DLINQ
Contact the ITS Heldesk for assistance with such things as logins, VPN, access to software and remote teaching equipment (order requests, installation, technical problems), system and application access status.

Helpdesk hours are subject to change. The Helpdesk Hours page will reflect these changes.

Helpdesk support is available via a ticket, email helpdesk@middlebury.edu, Zoom, or phone (802) 443-2200 VT and (831) 647-6656 CA. Please Zoom or call to schedule.

Visit the Middlebury ITS website for the latest updates and system status information.

If you are having upload/download or processing issues with online tools or software, we recommend checking the system status to see if it’s already a known issue before contacting the Helpdesk. ITS offers a system and performance dashboard on its homepage at https://www.middlebury.edu/office/information-technology-services#its-system-status

The Middlebury Libraries serve the College in Middlebury, VT, the Language Schools, Schools Abroad, the School of the Environment, and Bread Loaf School of English. Their books, articles, films, music, and primary sources support the curriculum, and their interlibrary loan service opens the door to other library collections around the world.

Contact a librarian for assistance with using the library, including locating, requesting and citing materials for your classes or your research.

Middlebury College Libraries, Vermont

To access a library-licensed resource from off campus, click on its link from a library web page. See Off-Campus Access to Library Resources.

See the DLINQ Remote Student Resources page for remote learning support and guidance for students.

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GETTING STARTED

How do I access my Middlebury credentials? How do I set up my course site?
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DIGITAL LEARNING TOOLS & TECH

What are my options for digital tools to support learning online and face-to-face?
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IMMERSIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING ONLINE

How do I create meaningful language learning online?

FEATURED RESOURCES

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CAMP DESIGN ONLINE

Camp Design Online provides a self-paced, asynchronous learning experience for learning about research-based practices for designing online, hybrid, and flexible learning environments. Camp Design will introduce you to key online and hybrid learning design approaches, and provides opportunities for you to apply what you’re learning to the design of your own course.

Take Me to Camp!

ASYNCHRONOUS COOKBOOK

Whether you’re teaching mostly in person but looking for some regular, asynchronous activities to add to your course, or teaching a fully online course, this resource is for you. The activities in this cookbook draw on research and good practice in online course design to provide recipes – concise and specific instructions and examples – for adding asynchronous activities to a course. Meaningful interaction between students and instructors is a key ingredient in all of these recipes.

Read the Cookbook

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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