Please come to a session that best matches your availability. You may also view previously recorded sessions.
Below is a checklist to help instructors think through the process of preparing to teaching a course remotely. The Office of Information Technologyâ€™s Help Desk is also available for assistance (see below).
Even if you don't have a plan in place yet, inform your students as soon as possible that changes are coming and what your expectations are for checking email or Canvas. Please use the Contact your Students page for further assistance.
All courses have a Canvas Learning Management System site. So even if you donâ€™t use Canvas regularly, it can help you in the event of class cancellations by providing a secure, easily-accessible place for your students to access materials. Please use the Remote Teaching Resources Canvas site to assist you with this.
What do you think you can realistically accomplish during this time period? Identify your priorities during the disruptionâ€”providing lectures, structuring new opportunities for discussion or group work, collecting assignments, etc.
You will have to reconsider some of your expectations for students, including participation, communication, and deadlines. As you think through those changes, keep in mind the impact this situation may have on students' ability to meet those expectations. Be ready to handle requests for extensions or accommodations.
If you do not currently have materials that can be distributed online, you will need to create them; you can find assistance in the Create Your Materials Module.
Once your content is created, you will need to distribute it to students; ideas can be found in the Distribute your Materials Module.
You will want to be communicating where and how to access materials throughout this process; you can find resources in the Communicate with Students Module.
|Communicate with Students||
Create an Announcement in Canvas
Send messages in Canvas
|Share documents/files with students||
Add files to Box.com
Add files to Canvas
|Record a Lecture||
Create Video: Kaltura Personal Capture
Publish Video: Upload to Media Gallery
|Give a Live Lecture||
Zoom Video Conferencing
Google Hangouts Meet Video Conferencing
Best Practices for Video Conferencing
|Have a Class Discussion||
Create a Discussion in Canvas
|Give an Assessment||
Create an Assignment inÂ Canvas
Create a Quiz in Canvas
|Set up Group Work/Collaboration||
Create Groups in Canvas
Set up Group Discussions in Canvas
Use Google Apps for real-time collaboration