The support site for Duke staff during emergencies, Keep Working, also offers many useful tools (including short how-to videos), webinars, and FAQs that may be relevant for Duke faculty during the transition to remote teaching.
- Teaching with Zoom: Settings and Features
- Managing Breakout Rooms
- Create and share a screen recording in Zoom
- Automatic Recording
- Tips for creating and editing videos
- Tools and options for using screen annotations and handwriting
- Automatically Transcribe Cloud Recordings
- Zoom tutorial videos that cover basic and advanced functionalities.
- How to Setup Teams Using Kits
- Teams for Education Quick Start Guide
- Interactive Demo for Teams
- How-to Video Library for Teams
- How to Use Video Meetings in Teams
- Kits Quick Start Guide
- What is Kits?
- How do I create a kit?
- How do I add people to my kit?
- How do I add apps to my kit?
- How do I edit apps in my kit?
- How do I remove apps in my kit?
- How do I combine kits for my multi-section course?
- How do I view my kit with the student role?
From Duke Libraries
- Accessing online Libraries resources using VPN
- Copyright and fair use
- Rapidly shifting your course from in-person to online
- Submitting purchase requests for course materials
From Duke’s Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center offers services to support undergraduates academically during their career at Duke. You may want to share the following resources with your students: