The University supports a variety of online tools that will help maintain academic continuity in your classes. The first and foremost method to maintain contact with your students, and continue your classes is the use of our Learning Management System BlackboardWithin our LMS you can email students, upload files, record lectures, and even conduct virtual classes.

Below you will find a list of resources and best practices for utilizing these tools, as well as contact information for further technology help should you need it.

For other types of support, please contact Terry Papillon, Betsy Sandlin, Emily Puckette, or Jordan Troisi.

Faculty Remote Teaching Workshops / Open Office Hours with Support Staff
March 23-27

Location:
https://zoom.us/j/3586470577

MWF: 9:00am-11:00am BLACKBOARD / 1:00pm-3:00pm ZOOM
TR: 9:00am-11:00am ZOOM / 1:00pm-3:00pm BLACKBOARD

RECORDED CFT Sessions (Download/Watch Here):
Making the Transition to Remote Teaching
Assessing Student Learning in Remote Teaching

Blackboard: Getting Started

Basic steps and additional resources for getting started with the University's Learning Management System.

Sharing Files with your Students

Basic steps to share files with your students.

Conducting an Online Class: The Basics

Where to start and how to conduct a virtual class meeting.

Conducting an Online Class: Additional Functions

Recurring vs. fixed meetings / Using Breakout Rooms

Recording Your Lectures

How to use Zoom to record your lectures and then upload them for your students to access at any time.

Screen Sharing / Student Presentations

Learn about the screen-share functionality in Zoom, which is conducive to student virtual presentations.

Instructions for Students

Send your students to this page for instructions to join your virtual classroom.

Pedagogy: Best Practices for Teaching Remotely

Basic guidelines and additional resources for teaching remotely.

Library E-Resources

A collection of links and resources available from our duPont library.