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Instructional Continuity

Faculty Examples

This page is reserved for tips and suggestions from faculty.

If you’ve found a way for your students to make progress in your course despite missed class meetings–whether due to illness, bad weather, travel, or other circumstances–we encourage you to share your ideas with your colleagues. Please share your experiences by completing this form - a brief description of what you did along with some reflections on how well it worked, and we will post these to the Continuity web site.

example:

USE OF ZOOM WHILE TRAVELING
This fall I had a conflict on the first day of classes and had to be away from campus, so I planned pretty early in the summer to hold the first day of class via Zoom. I never would have thought it would be a good tool to use in a situation where I didn't know any of the students, and the students didn't know one another, but it actually turned out to be a great way of starting the class off on a good foot.  Read more about...

USING POWERPOINT WITH AUDIO ANNOTATIONS IN CANVAS
The university was closed because of the snowstorm. I created a Powerpoint presentation with audio annotations for my students. I assigned them to download the Powerpoint and view it prior to our next session. Read more about...

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