Many peers around the country are faced with the prospect of teaching online with little time to prepare.
I am happy to be a resource for you with a wide variety of technologies from audience polling (i.e. clickers), video conferencing, LMS (including canvas and moodle), slack, and many other options. I have substantial experience in these systems and others. I am volunteering to support faculty on my campus and off. Physics is my particular teaching area, but many of these tools translate well to other sciences and beyond. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of any help.
I am an Associate Professor of Physics at Pacific University in Forest Grove Oregon. I believe active learning environments are fundamental to effective science education. I lead a group of undergraduate research students in several fields of physics: atom cooling and trapping, pattern-forming nonlinear optics, slow- and fast-light, and the application of optical systems to quantum and classical information science.
My current projects run the gamut of optics, electronics, and computing. My research projects explore the interactions between light (i.e. lasers) and matter (e.g. individual atoms). My research group operates three laser systems, an atom trap, and a variety of experimental instruments. I make things and fix things. 3D printing and robotics are recent hobbies as well.
Winter STEAM camp was a success. Keep in touch for announcements about other upcoming STEAM activities. Summer camps are in the planning stages now.