REMINDER – TODAY @ 10AM, ZOOM WEBINAR TO ASSIST FACULTY TRANSITIONING TO ONLINE INSTRUCTION
As faculty prepare for online instruction to begin on March 23, be encouraged to think about how you will accomplish instruction in an online environment, get informed of the instructional support resources available, connect with others, and reach out for help.
The Teaching & Learning Corner encourages everyone to take advantage of the services detailed below.
Seek Self Help:
The Academic Continuity and Contingency Planning page is the home for the latest information on tools and resources. Find know-how info on Moodle, Zoom, Echo360, and much more by clicking to find instructions on getting started and next steps. Updates posted daily.
Join LIVE on Zoom: Each morning @ 10:00 am
The TLC pop-up webinar series continues for faculty seeking resources and know-how as you prepare to teach online starting March 23, 2020. Tune in each day beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20, at 10:00 am EST. TLC staff will be LIVE on Zoom to bring you the latest information as you work through the planning and preparation. Webinars will begin with a brief information share on the latest developments. Attendees are encouraged to seek information with live Q&A. Past webinars have been great for colleagues to hear what others are doing. Live screen share demos and more will be available. March 16-20, 10:00am EST Zoom
Connect with Faculty & Friends:
Do you need help? Can you offer help? Join our Faculty & Friends online community where faculty can seek/offer help with using online methods and tools (Moodle, Echo360, Zoom, etc…) to support continuity in your classes? Find peer-to-peer advice, moderated by TLC staff, that will help share the wealth of knowledge and information.
Enroll Me in Moodle course: Faculty & Friends Forum
Please be mindful that while students are learning from home they won’t have the full suite of software that would normally be available in the computer labs. However, there are some software packages that are available to download and run on their computer at home. These include:
- Adobe Creative Suite (you must be enrolled in a Digital Arts program to be eligible for this, contact the IT HelpDesk to be granted access)
- Autodesk (AutoCAD, Inventor, Tinkercad)
- ESRI (ArcGIS)
- Office 365
- MS Project
The IT HelpDesk is available to answer specific questions. Please feel free to reach out by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (315-268-HELP).