When circumstances call for a sudden shift in how to deliver your course, it is helpful to have resources at your fingertips. Please see below for tips, tricks, and strategies as you move forward with migrating your class online. We've also put together a page on Canvas with more resources for faculty. To get to the Canvas page, Click Here.
Current College Students' Perspectives in the COVID-19 World
Thursday, April 9
Today's college students have once again demonstrated their resiliency and flexibility as they adjust to the new plans institutions execute to keep students, faculty, and staff safe. What are they thinking about? How does this change their plans? How are they rethinking their options?
Join SignalVine for a webinar, Current College Students' Perspectives in the COVID-19 World,
to hear from college students from across the country about their experiences through the changes.
If you have any questions you would like to pose to our student panelists, please send them in now to email@example.com
. The panel will address as many questions as possible during the session.
Click the picture below to open a PDF of the CARE Team's referral guide.
Thank you to Jaleel Dyson, Case Manager; Wellness, Prevention, and Education, Marymount University for creating this guide.
Resources and Training
Resources from Marymount Faculty
Zoom Information - For live virtual classroom or lecture capture
Academic Integrity and Online Assessment
How do I give students an "online" location option when they make an appt.?
Raising flags in an online learning environment
Chronicle of Higher Ed Article
Pearson Online Resource Hub
Stay Calm and Keep Teaching
Student Access Services
Article: For Students with Disabilities, A Mass Shift to Online Courses Comes with Deep Concerns
Office for Civil Rights Fact Sheet
Q&A: Providing Access in an Online Environment for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Accessing Marymount's Academic Support Resources
Library & Learning Services
Marymount’s Champions of Online Teaching/Learning
Please take advantage of the expertise we have across our schools – these faculty/staff have been identified as those who are able to answer questions about using Zoom, Canvas, and in some cases, Panopto*.