Welcome to H-Net's Repository of Resources for Teaching Online. The purpose of this network is to share resources with educators facing mandatory online teaching environments due to the Covid-19 threat. For many, this will be their first online teaching experience. For others who may have previously taught online, it is still quite disruptive to be forced to repurpose face-to-face teaching materials so quickly.

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Free Resources from SAGE

SAGE Resources March 2020

SAGE is providing 90-day access to most digital resources to faculty members.

For access to SAGE Video, SAGE Research Methods Video, SAGE Knowledge Books & Reference, SAGE Business Cases, DataPlanet, and others, please fill out this form. We can also make these resources available for 90 days on an institution-wide basis.

Online Teaching Resources from the Washington Library at Mount Vernon

The Washington Library at Mount Vernon has created a new webpage featuring curated resources from the estate's digital collections and several from our partners for use in online learning, teaching, and research. The page is designed to serve the needs of primary and secondary schools as well as students and faculty at the collegiate level. It is divided into four sections: