Building a Community of Learning

In times like these, the importance of working together becomes more apparent than ever. Uniting as one community to share critical resources and information is both a sign of solidarity, and a sign of our collective commitment to the good and wellbeing of all people — not just the ones in our own campus classrooms.

So as many colleges and universities move instruction online, SNHU would like to support their efforts in any way we can. We’ve compiled a list of resources and instructional tips that may be helpful, and invite our fellow schools to reach out to us if they feel the need as they navigate the process in the coming weeks.

Effective Online Teaching Strategies

Engaging Online Learners

Providing Feedback for Online Learners

Supporting Diverse Online Learners

Keep checking back for more content and resources in the coming days. We look forward to working with our fellow colleges and universities as we rise to new challenges together.

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