This instructional continuity website is designed to help you quickly convert your face-to-face course to distance delivery for this fall quarter. To help faculty with this task, CDLI has developed the following resources:
As most of us will be teaching in a virtual environment through winter quarter, CDLI has created a resource to help get your courses up and running. Build Your Future Course can be accessed by anyone and covers much of the information contained in CDLI’s six-month Course Design Program. This is an open course, so you can move through it as suits your needs and schedule, though CDLI will also be offering biweekly 90-minute workshops on Building Your Canvas Course as well as our usual schedule of workshops and one-on-one consultations.
CDLI has put together a series of articles to help you approach and refine the way you deliver distance education. This resource will be updated regularly. Currently we cover a Start of Quarter Checklist, Zoombombing, and Creating a Welcoming Online Space for Your Students.
CDLI has designed a series of workshops to help you import and customize our 10-week instructional continuity template, use Zoom, and answer your questions during our weekly Q&As.
CDLI has assembled together a set of commonly asked questions related to teaching remotely during COVID-19.
CDLI has developed an orientation to distance learning course for SU students. The course takes 30-45 minutes to complete and teaches students about how to be a successful online learner, academic integrity, Canvas and Zoom tutorials and help, and technical requirements and solutions. We encourage faculty to include a link to this orientation in their Canvas courses.
From 24/7 phone and chat support for Canvas, Zoom integration with Canvas, to faculty liaisons across colleges, there are a number of resources available to assist you with distance education during COVID-19.