Distance Learning Resources
- ADA Compliance
- Confirmation of Initial Participation
- Last Date of Attendance
- SEVIS Compliance
- State Authorization for Distance Education
- Student Identity Verification
UH Policies and Procedures
- Regents Policy RP 5.210, Distance Education and Off-site Instruction
- Executive Policy EP 5.204, University Distance Learning Plans, Policies and Procedures
- Executive Policy 6.208, Mandatory Fees
- Executive Policy EP 7.209, Student Participation Verification in Coursework
Banner and STAR codes used for distance learning.
News and Announcements
Hawaiʻi Interactive Video Services (HITS)
HITS is the University of Hawaiʻi's interactive video (ITV) service designed to deliver distance learning courses within the state of Hawaiiʻ. The network includes 13 media centers/educational centers across the UH system and ITS (located on the UH Mānoa campus).
The level of support provided at each campus library varies, so plan your library needs carefully and well in advance. Every student will need a library card for any transaction. Keep in mind that resources also include videotapes, slides, filmstrips, etc. Reach out to the Outreach Librarian at your respective campus to discuss your library needs and special services.
Need Proctoring Services? Find out more about guidelines and procedures of the UH Proctoring Services.
For departments not able to provide their own video recording resources, ITS offers full video production services for broadcast, live streaming, archival and web.
- Reasons for using video in eLearning
- (DIY) Tips for creating video for education
- List of Rates and Services
Student Orientation to Online Learning
Orientation to Online Learning is a free resource for students and faculty. Faculty can use this resource to prepare their students before taking an online course. This orientation provides students with a preview of an online class so that they can become familiar with distance learning through the University of Hawaiʻi. The readings, videos, and activities are all designed to explain the basics of online learning. Students will also learn about expectations, self-management strategies, features of Laulima, and connecting with campus and system resources.