Remote Learning:
From Survival to Exceptional

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Guide to Keep Teaching During Periods of Disruption

The Office of Information Technology provides a number of resources to allow faculty to continue teaching their students during an extended emergency, such as flu outbreak, weather closure, or other catastrophic event. This guide will provide you with some actions to take when making that shift quickly.

   

Keep Teaching

Tools and things to consider when you have to move your class online quickly.

Keep Working

Suggested ways to communicate and meet to minimize any disruptions.

Resources

Tools that can help during a prolonged disruption.


We're here to help.

If you need technical help with keeping your class running, contact your local Academic Technology Service Directors (ATSD) or your area's support representative. If you need teaching or pedagogical help, contact your local ATSD.

As always, if you have any questions regarding any of the University's IT services or technologies, give the IT Help Desk a call at 214-768-HELP (4357) or send a message to help@smu.edu. We will be happy to help.