Keep Teaching (COVID-19) Faculty Resources & Links

This information has been provided by each of the UC campuses and UC systemwide online teaching unit (ILTI) to assist campus administration, faculty, and staff with relevant resources for teaching and learning continuity during this critical time. Additional resources can be found on your campus webpage.

Advocacy Related to Ice Announcements (July 13, 2020)

Keep Teaching Resources

Remote Instruction: Planning and Execution

To support the ongoing shift to remote instruction, campus centers for teaching and learning have created a wide range of how-to guides and tutorials to get you up and running as quickly as possible. (Updated: June 4, 2020)

Remote Teaching with Zoom

UC campuses are approaching teaching continuity by using Zoom to facilitate live, virtual class meetings. Each of the campuses provides guidance for remote teaching. Click on the link above to check your campus guidance and approaches. (Updated: May 15, 2020)

Remote Assessment and Proctoring

UC campuses have long-standing policies regarding mid-term and final exams, including how they may be delivered. During this unique time, your campus is making decisions regarding how to conduct assessments with integrity under remote teaching circumstances. Most campuses have made arrangements with online proctoring services and have agreed that the campus will pay for such services.

COVID-19 and Students with Different Abilities: Programs, Innovations and Assessments

All the campus programs for students with different abilities (disabled students) remain open for remote consultation and advising. Most campuses have messages to students posted on their website home pages and/or links to related campus services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Plans for assessment, modified services, special programs or events related to COVID-19 are noted below by campus. (Added: June 19, 2020)

Virtual Science Labs

Partial list of potential alternatives for in-person science labs, this page contains a shared list of external organizations and sites that offer remote or digital labs.

Copyright

Guidance regarding copyright and course materials by campus. (Updated: May 10, 2020)

Keep Learning

Campus remote learning resource pages for UC students.