As the University transitions to the Fall 2020 semester, we look for ways to maintain academic continuity and excellence by adjusting our teaching and learning practices for distance learning and online learning environments. We also seek to provide guidance for new practices needed for in-person and hybrid/blended courses due to the realities of the COVID-19 Pandemic.  This site will provide you with guidance and resources to help you prepare in advance; adjust for the fall transition to new ways of teaching; and provide your students with a quality course experience .

Step 1: Get Started
Tips for planning ahead or when a cancellation occurs, and transitioning to remote learning.

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Step 2: Strategies
Suggested ways to accomplish key tasks and address common challenges.

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Step 3: Assessment
Strategies to help adapt existing and new assessment methods for remote teaching.

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Step 4: Resources
In the event of closure you may need additional tools or software to effectively teach your course.

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We can help you.

We can help you.


If you need technical help there are a variety of options available to you to keep your class running.


If you need technical help (connectivity, issues logging in, course/enrollment status, etc), please contact the UITS Technology Support Center.

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