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Online Instruction

Converting a face-to-face course to online mode in an emergency situation can be challenging for faculty and students alike. Careful planning, continuous communication and community support and collaboration are the keys to managing this situation. Clear and frequent communication between faculty and their students is essential. Flexibility with options and deadlines and providing support to students as needed can reduce students' anxiety and enable a successful transition.

Quick Access to Guidelines for AUC Faculty Moving to Online Modes of Instruction

Guidelines to Share with Students

Resources for Online Technology 

Attend a CLT  Webinar

Updated Library Announcement 

IT Support Services  

Frequently Asked Questions 

SECTION I: PREPARING TO GO ONLINE     

The Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) has determined that three basic tools within Blackboard, AUC’s learning management system, together with the lecture-capturing tool Panopto would be the important tools to satisfy most faculty teaching and assessment needs.

  1. Communicate with students and share learning materials, and/or

  2. Record lectures with video and PowerPoint presentation, and/or 

  3. Upload assignments, give feedback online and grade, and/or

  4. Post and conduct online discussions

Faculty had the opportunity to complete training on these tools provided by the university. Faculty who have not completed the training or need a refresher may access resources here or attend CLT webinars. See Section II and find updated resources, guidelines, and webinars at  the useful Resources section above.                       

SECTION II: SUPPORT FOR GOING ONLINE     

This section provides information on technology support for going online, remote CLT support including pedagogy support, and contact information.         

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