Online Learning During COVID-19 FAQ
Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about or related to online learning during the coronavirus, COVID-19, transition.
My professor is requesting me to complete handwritten work and scan it. Then, I am supposed to upload to D2L. I don’t have a scanner. What do I do?More Less
There are a variety of applications that you may have access to on your phone. Two of these will allow you to scan your work into searchable PDF files, Adobe Scan and Microsoft Office Lens. Both of these are free and available on Google Play and the App Store.
The Chancellor’s message is clear on this point: the extra weeks of spring break applies to all classes, whether online or on campus. No classes are to start before March 30, 2020.
The Chancellor’s message is clear on this point: the extra weeks of spring break applies to all classes, whether online or on campus. Please remember that some of your peers have suddenly been told that their classes are online, and they did not opt in to this, either. They may be moving out of dorms or apartments to go home. They may be trying to make childcare arrangements. We want everyone to start at the same time.
I know that fall registration was going to start happening soon, can I still meet with an advisor to get help?More Less
Our physical advising structures are closed due to COVID-19. However, we are still available to advise you – if you have concerns about classes right now, or are looking to get registered for summer or fall! Visit our main advising web page to find the college associated with your major. If you’re undecided about your major, or don’t know where to go, email email@example.com with your concern, and we will get you connected with the appropriate resource.