This guide to remote and hybrid instructional strategies was produced with the best practices, ideas, feedback, and reflection shared by instructors from the Department of Art History who taught remotely in Spring 2020 in a survey conducted by VRC Staff in June 2020. The guide contains advice on remote or hybrid course design, creative assignment ideas, and special considerations for studio architecture courses to assist in adapting courses to remote or hybrid teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic. It additionally contains information about how Art History instructors can collaborate with campus colleagues in the Visual Resources Center, University of Chicago Library, and the Feitler Center for Academic Inquiry at the Smart Museum of Art. It is intended to be a pedagogical supplement to another document, “VRC Notes on Teaching Remotely In Art History,” published in March 2020.




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