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Flexible Formats: A Primer for Faculty Decision-Making

Our Flexible Formats: A Primer for Faculty Decision-Making guide shares ideas for designing courses that offer a healthy balance of structure and flexibility whenever face-to-face course delivery is disrupted. Read the overview and download the complete guide.

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Explore Learning Technologies

Miami University has licensed several technologies that you can use to enhance your learning experiences.


Manage your courses, whether they meet on campus or online.


Store, caption, record, and share video within your Canvas course.


Record and edit videos or screencasts, add visual effects, and more.


Host virtual class sessions or meet online with students.


Host live classes and assign breakout rooms.


Have a remote proctor monitor students as they take exams in Canvas.

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Increase student participation with engagement.


Prevent academic dishonesty by checking written assignments.


Create interactive, media-rich presentations.

Google Meet can be used as an alternative virtual conferencing solution in courses without accessibility concerns. Also, review our list of recommended free software (but note that eLearning Miami provides limited support for these applications, and they aren't supported by IT Services). See our page on Classroom Technology as well.

Learn About Teaching Online

Getting ready to teach online for the first time? Check out some of our faculty resources: