Support

support process developed and implemented during the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 pandemic and for quick adjustments from in-person to remote modalities

The process below outlines how you can get technological and pedagogical support from the CTLS.

Step 1. Attend a workshop or watch a workshop recording.

Visit the semester pages under the Teaching Strategies section for recordings of prior workshops.

The “Designing for Fall” mini-course remains a resource for you even after you have completed the course and includes detailed tutorial videos on Moodle and Google basics as well as teaching strategies shared in the course’s collaboration spaces.

Step 2. Visit the “Keep Teaching” resource website

The “Keep Teaching” resource guide includes strategies, workshops and tools during the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 pandemic and for quick adjustments from in-person to remote modalities

  • teaching strategies and pedagogical guidance for socially-distanced in-person, blended, and remote teaching

  • educational technology guidance, including step-by-step tutorials and videos

  • recordings and resources of previous workshops

Step 3. If still in need of help:

Check the Getting Help with Your Teaching resource and follow the path that fits your need.

Moodle Requests: For any of your Moodle needs listed below, please use Moodle Requests [this is not for Moodle support]

  • to combine multiple sections of a course/site • this will allow multiple sections of the same class to view one site and, for you, one site to manage content and activities

  • to "copy" a Moodle site

  • to add someone to the Instructor Role [editing/editor permissions]

  • for needs other than already listed