Resources for working, teaching remotely

March 10, 2020

Tori Tragis

UAF is preparing online resources to help students, instructors and staff work remotely should in-person teaching or other activities be temporarily curtailed or suspended due to COVID-19 concerns.

A list of telecommuting resources offers students, staff and faculty a variety of tools, lists and how-to's for working remotely. The page is maintained by the Office of Information Technology and will be updated and revised as needed.

Infographic for instructional continuity: Stay informed, plan and communicate, set up a homebase, then to a picture of a blackboard with a globe on it.hA step-by-step guide from eCampus helps instructors transfer their classes online .

The guide covers communication planning, using Blackboard, short- and long-term considerations, and finding the right tools to teach.

For questions about how to continue your teaching online, please reach out to UAF eCampus. UAF eCampus has extended walk-in service hours from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., or you can fill out a form to find a time that works for you.