You may provide traditional sorts of make-up assignments (e.g., provide slides, offer office hour appointments, extend due dates, etc.) appropriate for the course and its designated delivery mode. Policy 42-27 on Class Attendance states, “Instructors also should provide, within reason, the opportunity to make up work for students who miss classes for other legitimate but unavoidable reasons. …it should be recognized that not all work can be ‘made-up’ and that absences can affect student performance in a class.”
Consider asking if the student is unable to participate in the whole course or unable to participate in certain elements (e.g., cannot attend any in-person sessions but can complete assignments on time). Current policy applies, in that you can’t adjust the grading scheme for a student who needs make-up work since all students have to have the same opportunity to earn grades that you outlined in your syllabus. For example, if a student has missed a quiz but all students have the opportunity to drop their lowest quiz grade, you can’t have the student be forced to drop the quiz that they missed as their lowest grade. Determine whether there are simple ways to provide access to the elements that the student will miss, so that there would be no need for make-up work.
For example, in the case of a student who cannot attend class in person, it may be easy to record a live lecture and post it in Canvas; but it may not be easy to simulate a physical lab experience for the student to complete outside of class. Instructors are not asked to create alternate ways to deliver course material; rather, they are asked to provide flexibility, within reason, on how students might achieve learning outcomes to students who unexpectedly cannot participate in part or all of a course for a period of time.