Designing Your Fall Course for Remote Instruction

The three stages below will guide you through the process of adapting your course for a virtual environment. No matter what stage you are in while planning for fall, there are resources here to help you. From getting started and designing your course in an online environment to teaching practices and tips, these pages walk you through what you need to know to deliver your course in a way that serves your students well and meets your learning goals. 

Student survey feedback underscores that professors are the single most important positive influence on academic engagement in a remote learning environment. As you consider ways to create positive and productive classroom climate, consider incorporating extended office hours availability, proactive one-on-one communication, and prompt responses to student emails where possible and while maintaining your boundaries.