Education Continuity Resources

Last Updated: Monday, 5/18/2020 at 6:36am
In the event that on-campus instruction is partially or fully disrupted, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted. This guide helps you prepare alternatives for these situations in order to minimize loss of learning time and lessen the impact of a disruption.

Support for students can be found on the Keep Learning site.

If you need help with remote work tasks, such as forwarding your phone and voicemail, you can find it on the Keep Learning site.

For library resources.

For information about best practices for promoting and protecting integrity in the remote teaching and learning environment, see the Academic Integrity Office COVID-19 webpage for faculty.

For privacy considerations during modified campus operations.

A list of learning resources for parents is also available.

To help instructors prepare for teaching remotely during Spring 2020, the Digital Learning Hub (DLH) at the Teaching + Learning Commons, in partnership with Educational Technology Services, will host live Zoom sessions to cover options for remote instruction and other frequently asked questions. The upcoming live Zoom sessions can be accessed using (no registration required).

campus training sessions

Resources FOR health sciences

Expand/Collapse the sections below for details concerning providing educational content.  The 'Deliver a Lecture Online' section contains instructional helpsheets to post materials.

Need Help?

Expert on-demand support is available as you prepare your course for potential disruption.

For help using Canvas or any of the resources above, contact MedEdTech Support: