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Resources for Instructional Continuity

Teaching a course fully online and transitioning an in-person class to remote instruction temporarily during disruptions or emergencies is different.

Planning and preparation for a fully online course typically require five to six months, a time during which faculty work closely with a team of experts on course design and online pedagogy. On the other hand, remote instruction requires flexibility and quick-solutions in an emergency to allow instructional continuity.

This site provides concise, practical resources and strategies for teaching your courses partly or fully through remote instruction during the pandemic. We continue to update our resources to provide you with the most relevant support. Please check it for additional information periodically.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule a one-on-one consultation, please submit a request via the Distance Learning Portal.

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