There are many outside
resources you can consider to supplement your own course material. Many
are excellent and will enrich your course, especially when they include
complex elements that are difficult to develop such as animation,
multimedia, simulations, etc. However, one warning here: choose
resources that will add value to your course, and do not give up your
role as an instructor, depending solely on the outside resources for
Are you aware of quality resources for your discipline that you would like to use? How will you integrate them into your course?
Search online repositories for activities you can adopt:
publishers provide supplemental material such as CD, supplemental
websites or course cartridges. Check with your publisher if you are not
sure what is available to you and your students. Or start a search for
another textbook that offers these additional resources.