Due to the coronavirus outbreak, and other local problems, we are seeing the need of developing most of our teaching online. Just "do a class like always" (but with no blackboard) via some network application or other doesn't cut it, not by far. Experimentally, giving readings to be discussed online nets you a whooping 5% participation (if that many). So we have to rethink classes, from the ground up. That means restructuring the subject matter, create new content (not just slides!). A particular issue is the design of online/offline evaluations.
One particular problem is how much work is this for an "average" college level course? How should we approach this problem (particularly what can we do right now, under virtual quarantine, and with very little infrastructure, no real access to specialists)?