HOTCUS is compiling a list of teaching related resources particularly focused on adapting to the challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic that we think our members may find useful. The list is far from exhaustive and we hope to be able to update it regularly by adding resources suggested by our members. If you are aware of links that other members may find useful, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, via twitter @HOTCUS or Facebook.
History UK has produced a very useful short guide to teaching online which is available here: https://www.history-uk.ac.uk/the-pandemic-pedagogy-handbook/
Aspects of the History UK guide are also elaborated upon in further detail on the History UK website, such as Professor Kate Cooper’s essay ‘Should we stop worrying about contact hours?’ available at: https://www.history-uk.ac.uk/2020/06/30/should-we-stop-worrying-about-contact-hours/
The American Historical Association has a range of resources to support online teaching, including the AHA Online Teaching Forum series of virtual events. Details are available at: https://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/teaching-resources-for-historians/online-teaching-resources
The University of Oxford’s Centre for Teaching and Learning has some useful information on teaching remotely, available here: https://www.ctl.ox.ac.uk/teaching-remotely
Megan Hunt and James West’s The Precarity Project has brought together hundreds of teaching resources via the American Studies Course Archive, which provides access to more than 500 module handbooks here: https://www.theprecarityproject.co.uk/
Voices & Visions is an audio-visual, permanent, and scalable primary source companion for courses exploring the history of the United States and the World: http://vandvreader.org/about/