Emergency Move to Remote Instruction
During certain situations, we may be asked to move courses to online (remote). A well-planned online learning experience differs from online courses responding to crises or disasters. Moving instruction online can enable the flexibility of teaching and learning anywhere at any time. Hodges et al. (2020) described emergency remote teaching as an attempt not “to re-create a robust educational ecosystem but rather to provide temporary access to instruction and instructional supports in a manner that is quick to set up and is reliably available during an emergency or crisis.” In the event of an emergency or severe weather affecting University operations or safety, announcements will be posted to the University Alert Center.
Are you Ready? This infographic list five steps to transition your classes to remote during an emergency or severe weather.
- Hurricane Preparedness
- Emergency Plans and Protective Action Guides
- Folio: Learning Management Documentation (LTS)– Click on the tabs to select an option.
Last updated: 4/28/2023