Remote Instruction During an Emergency

Remote Instruction During an Emergency

What's New

  1. (06/23/20) Notice: this "What’s New" section will be taken down and moving soon to Preparing to Teach Online in Fall 2020.
  2. (06/22/20) Preparing for Fall 2020? Visit the Preparing to Teach Online in Fall 2020 for guidance, resources, and support.
  3. (05/14/20) The UH Online Syllabus Template is now available.
  4. (05/06/20) Summer is a great time to complete the Preparing to Teach Online at UH Module (approx. 5 hours) and create or improve upon your course map for Fall 2020 courses.
  5. (05/05/20) With finals right around the corner, don't forget the Online Assessment & Strategies Tips resource is available for reference.

This is a quick start guide for faculty who need to teach from home (or when students are not in class due to quarantine, etc.) for a short period of time due to emergency situations (i.e. COVID-19 Coronavirus Disease 2019). While it may be difficult to plan ahead for every type of emergency situation, this resource will help guide you through options to consider when teaching online in an emergency situation.


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