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Continue Teaching Remotely
During Prolonged Campus or Building Closures
When switching to the remote teaching during prolong campus or building closures, instructors usually need to consider different factors to make sure an efficient plan is in place with the least disruption to student learning. The following documents provide a quick guide on the consideration and easy-to-use checklist.
Download the Quick Start Guide to Remote Teaching PDF to see prioritized considerations in making your plans. Download the Continue Teaching, Online Considerations PDF to learn more course transition considerations.
This site contains resources and actions for faculty to take --- when shifting from face-to-face to online instruction.
Strategies Overview: page explains how to utilize different strategies to better communicate your expectations to your students, how to identify struggling students, and how to provide support online.
LMS: page includes tutorials on the essential tools for the current Learning Management System (LMS), Brightspace.
Instructional Videos: page introduces the value of video in online instruction, provides information on the university-sponsored and free tools you can use to create instructional videos, and offers alternative considerations.
Online Meetings: page provides tips for running successful online meetings as well as resources for holding synchronous online meetings.
Help: page contains links and information about the teaching support services available across the campus.
Some of the content on the “Continue Teaching Online” website is adapted from the Purdue University “Teaching Remotely” webpage, and the "Keep Teaching" website, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License by the Trustees of Indiana University.