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Fall 2020 Transition to Remote Instruction

Essential Teaching Tools for the Transition to Remote Instruction

The University is offering a recorded symposium, instructor guides, and virtual office hours to help you as you transition to remote instruction after November 20.

Don’t forget to remind students of the many resources available to them on the Keep Learning website.

Transition to Remote Symposium

The Transition to Remote Symposium is intended to help instructors with the pivot to remote instruction that occurred on November 20.

Watch Recorded Symposium Sessions

Instructional Guides and Support

Ask the Experts: Virtual Office Hours

Consultants from the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence and instructional designers from TLT and other units across the University are teaming up to offer virtual office hours to support you with remote instruction. Drop in to our Zoom room at any time during the hours listed below to get help with any pedagogical or technical issues.

There are currently no upcoming webinars for this topic.

Additional Remote Teaching Support

Find Your Local Remote-Course Liaison