“Thank you for your tremendous efforts to adapt, persevere, and succeed. I could not be prouder of how our University community is working together during this ongoing crisis.”
The CTL offers an asynchronous short-course for instructors with the goal of providing you with the foundations and guidance you need to create plans that will effectively support student learning no matter the mode of your engagement. This experience will help you establish a blueprint for your courses. It will also equip you with the skills and insight needed for efficient deployment should you need to shift again to remote instruction. Register here.
The Office of Instruction units have developed resources to help you continue to teach your classes, hold advising sessions or conduct business remotely using technology available to everyone at UGA. The Teaching and Learning Continuity website includes links to resources for preparing for remote teaching, accessibility and accommodations, video conferencing proctored exam alternatives, and more.
UGA Libraries will continue to provide course reserve services for faculty planning their courses for the fall semester, with some changes due to the COVID-19 situation. Requests submitted by July 17 are guaranteed to be completed and accessible by the first day of fall semester classes. The Libraries encourage instructors to utilize electronic course reserve resources, which can integrate with eLC and limit students’ need to access physical materials and spaces. Electronic course reserves also allow students to access materials after the Thanksgiving break and position faculty for a potential pivot back to online instruction at any point in the semester.
Campus Messages regarding Remote Teaching
Official information regarding UGA operations to be shared through Archnews and coronavirus website.