Contents of Keep Teaching Site Moving to Permanent Home
Keep Teaching, the website created as Ohio State’s temporary response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the shift to online and hybrid teaching, is being retired this May, but the valuable information the site provided will live on within the university’s Teaching and Learning Resource Center.
The Teaching and Learning Resource Center launched in September 2020 as the new hub for Ohio State instructors to find teaching and learning strategies and examples, and teaching-related resources, information and opportunities from across the university. The site includes content from the Center for Life Sciences Education, the Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing, the College of Education and Human Ecology, the Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning, the Office of Distance Education and eLearning, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and University Libraries.
Beginning mid-May, all links to the Keep Teaching site will be redirected to the Teaching and Learning Resource Center. This change is scheduled to take place between spring and summer semesters to minimize any disruptions. No content from the Keep Teaching site will be lost during this transition; it is simply being reorganized within the Teaching and Learning Resource Center. All information, including teaching strategies by instructional mode, tool-specific information and learning opportunities will be available at teaching.resources.osu.edu.
If you haven’t explored the Teaching and Learning Resource Center, be sure to check it out! You can browse resources by tool or by teaching topic, and you will always find a running list of upcoming learning opportunities from around the university.