This instructional continuity website is designed to help you quickly convert your face-to-face course to distance delivery for this spring quarter. To help faculty with this task, CDLI has developed the following resources:
CDLI has put together a 9-week Canvas course template to help you teach at a distance during Spring quarter. Together with an instructional continuity guide and workshop, this template will get you ready to go for spring including seamlessly integrating Zoom into your Canvas course.
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 9-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. This list will be regularly updated to include feedback from faculty who participate in our open Q&A Sessions.
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 support for Canvas and Zoom, to faculty liaisons across colleges, there are a number of resources available to assist you with distance education during COVID-19.