Preparing to Teach During COVID19

Like many other colleges and universities across the country, Plymouth State is preparing for the possibility of the spread of COVID19 within our community. As this situation develops, several units on campus have created (and are continuing to update) resources to help faculty transition to online/remote teaching. 

SUPPORT EVENT MARCH 16th-17th:

The Lamson Learning Commons is preparing a full-service support event on Monday and Tuesday of this coming week to help you as you work to adjust to remote teaching for Wednesday.
 
Event: Get Help As You Shift to Remote Teaching During COVID-19 Situation
Date & Hours: Monday and Tuesday, March 16-17, from 9am-5pm
Where: Lamson Learning Commons

Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption

This guide from PSU Academic Technology (PDF) provides practical advice and steps for using various digital tools for teaching online.

Continuity with Care

These resources from the Open CoLab will help you consider how to stay flexible and realistic about your expectations, and how to care for yourself and your students.

Emergency Remote Learning Quickstart Guide

We've created this quick list of key principles and first steps to consider as you move your course to remote delivery

Resources for Struggling Students

We are assembling a short list of resources and links that you may find useful to send to students.

Rule of 2's: Keeping it Simple as You Go Remote for COVID19

If you're looking for a specific approach to tackling a shift in your course and pedagogy, check out our Rule of 2's worksheet (and example).

Remote Learning Resources

We are building this list of online resources, tips, news, and tools as we find them. Feel free to reach out and suggest additions.

Ways to Get Help

If you need assistance with modifying your class or providing support to a student, several units on campus are available to help. 

Official PSU COVID19 Updates

Keep an eye on the official PSU Web page about the University's response to the coronavirus outbreak.