If a special or emergency situation arises, a transition to online teaching doesn't have to be stressful. Even if your course is traditionally taught only face-to-face, we offer several tools and resources you can integrate into your course to keep teaching even if you or your students can’t make it to class.
Get help and support for transitioning your courses online with self-paced-resources, online drop-in support sessions, trainings, and more.
In response to the decision to take all courses online due to COVID-19 safety, please remember that Online/Web Accessibility is an essential consideration when building your course.
Library faculty and staff are available to help you transition to online learning. We provide research assistance through chat, email, and phone. We’ve also developed a number of tools to help you learn about research and library resources from off-campus.
Have a question or need to troubleshoot? Find self-help articles to help get your question answered or contact the IT Solutions Center and we'd be happy to help.
The Center for Excellence and Innovation in ML 88 will close beginning March 20. We are STILL available to assist with course transition to an online format. We are available via Zoom between 8 am - 4 pm, Monday - Friday.
For any questions related to your devices or technology-specific questions, please submit a ticket to IT Solutions.
Individual support and training for faculty on course design, active learning technology, D2L Brightspace, teaching strategies.
For any instructional design, teaching or related questions, please contact the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL).