Liberal Studies Program > First-Year Program > For Faculty > COVID-19 resources
Before you leap in, take a deep breath and read the advice of Daniel Stanford, TLA's director of faculty development. Don't assume that remote teaching requires you to replicate the classroom via videconferencing.
Now, here is your one-stop shop for remote teaching assistance, intended to help you develop creative solutions that work for you and your students:
Support from Faculty Instructional Technology Support:
One more item that may prove useful, a 2018 document from LAS that lists possible solutions so you can decide which are right for you and your students.
For a deeper dive, here are comprehensive support and training materials from Zoom and Panopto:
The Center for Students with Disabilities offers a faculty
guide with tips for online instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners:
And finally, DePaul's COVID site:
We recommend that you bookmark this page, which will be updated as new information becomes available. Please send feedback and suggestions to Mike Edwards.
“Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit." — Virgil,
Aeneid, 1.203 “Perhaps there will come a time when you remember these troubles with a smile."