Guidance For Students On Measures To Preserve Learning Continuity

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This page is a resource guide to address the challenges and provide possible solutions for continuing learning when coming to campus is not possible. As epidemic outbreaks, natural disasters, or other unexpected events can disrupt scheduled courses, the tools and strategies described here can minimize the effects of those unexpected situations.

Best practices for learning remotely include live or synchronous classes, where you meet and communicate remotely through email, chat, video conference, and other options. You could also conduct self-directed work through recordings, video or audio media, PDFs, quizzes and other assessments or other possibilities.

Two important measures you can take to prepare yourself involve becoming familiar with the use of two key technologies:

  • Canvas – The Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Zoom – Online Collaboration and Video Conferencing Tool

Keep Zoom Updated: Zoom regularly provides new versions of the Zoom desktop client and mobile app to release new features and fix bugs. We recommend upgrading to the latest version once it is available. You can also check which version you’re currently running.

Accessing Computer Lab Remotely – Quick Tutorials

Staff and Faculty have dedicated pages for their roles. Please click the following links to be redirected to the page that is most helpful for you: