Resources and recommendations for digital education
Here, you as a teacher can find recommendations on digital education and links to related resources. You can also find information on how you should handle copyright for teaching materials.
Use existing knowledge and support
Do not overly complicate your planning for your course with digital elements, start simple and supported by existing knowledge. KTH has many support resources and quality-assured digital tools that are there for you to use! Research what your colleagues are using for different teaching and assessment methods to see if you can use some combination of them in your course.
The importance of communication and social elements in digital education
Clear communication is especially important for digital education because the structure of different courses often varies greatly. The students need to understand your course structure, your expectations of them and how to contact you, among other things. The variety is also why you should encourage social interaction and interaction between the students, it is not obvious what they can and are allowed to do together.
Evaluate the course and share your knowledge
To further develop your course, you need to evaluate it and discuss your experiences of your course layout with other teachers. KTH provides tools to evaluate your course and encourages collegial collaboration. You can participate in various arenas at KTH that are designed to share knowledge and experiences between colleagues. With Canvas Commons, you can easily share your course material and take part of other people's material.
Using other's teaching material
When searching for images and other material to use in your presentations, it is important that you keep track of copyright. If you do not create your own images or videos, there is free material to search for on the web, which you can use. Read more about open learning resources, copyright and other things that are good to know for a teacher.