Teaching and Learning

Best Websites for Free Online Education: Free classes that are available to all learners.

Career Tips: Follow this eight-week series for success in a virtual world.

CommunicationFour tips to meet the challenge of long-distance communication.

Documentaries: Find free educational documentaries from Netflix.

Dramatic arts: A crowd-sourced resource for teaching theatre online.

FAC@Home: Original online programming from the Fine Arts Center, UMass Amherst

FC Center for East Asian Studies: Their archived webinars can be found here.

Library eCard: Sign up for access to all online resources of the Boston Public Library (available to anyone who lives, attends school, and/or works in Massachusetts).

Local art: Exhibitions at the August Savage and Hampden Galleries at the University Museum of Contemporary Art, UMass Amherst

National GeographicA collection of resources that shows National Geographic Explorers in action observing natural phenomena.

Online learning: Sites that offer free courses.

Race and the American Story Zoomposium: Register for a series of online seminars exploring race within the context of the American experience. 

Remote instruction: Resources to help you move quickly and wisely to remote instruction while supporting your students and yourselves.

Teaching East Asia: Projects focused on curriculum development, professional development for teachers, and curriculum consultation and reform related to Asia.

"Ties That Bind": An innovative collaborative digital mapping project that provides opportunities for users to learn about historical and contemporary people, places, events which connect the United States and East Asia.

Vidcode: Learn computer science, object oriented programming, web programming, design, & JavaScript.