Resources to help give students the tools they need and to set expectations should the need arise to learn and study remotely. These resources aim to help students make a smooth transition in what may be a stressful situation.

Learning remotely

The University's goal is to maintain the delivery of quality instruction and to minimize the disruption of your progress toward degree completion. We are here to offer tips and answers to any questions you may have about learning remotely.

Remote and online tools

From Zoom and Canvas to Kaltura and Panopto, there are a number of tools, software and apps that you may need to use as part of your course. Find information about other tools that you might use when taking your remote or online course.

Using Zoom

Zoom is an integral part of your remote learning experience. Here you can find a getting started guide, best practice guide and more tips for using Zoom.

Getting support

We are ready to offer support when you need it. You can also contact your campus support or help desks for Canvas and the tools that work inside of Canvas. Find out how to contact these resources.

Online Teaching Certification

Faculty/instructors are invited to register for a 6-week seminar that is designed to help deliver quality learning experiences for their students.

Register now

Follow us on Twitter

Follow the Office of eLearning on Twitter to stay up-to-date with important announcements and tips for learning, teaching and working remotely.