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Moving Your Class Online

The purpose of this website is to help you begin teaching temporarily in an online format in light of the decision that the University of Dayton will not hold any face-to-face classes until April 6. In order to be successful, you may need to consider adjusting your curriculum and teaching style. For some faculty members, this may mean simply increasing communication and sharing of resources with your students via email. For other faculty members, this may mean enhancing existing Isidore course sites by incorporating new learning tools and adding depth to content.

Another important consideration to keep in mind is that not all students will be able to participate in the same way as you are accustomed to in your face-to-face class. You and your students should just do your best to keep teaching and learning, but remember that health and safety is of paramount importance. Please consider reading and sharing the Keep Learning website, linked below, with your students.

Keep Learning: Tips for Success in Online Classes

As always, the Office of eLearning staff is happy to help with any questions you have. We will do our best to help as speedily and effectively as possible.

There is no one “right” way to keep teaching in the event of a campus closure, but we hope there are options presented in this guide that will meet your specific class needs.

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Quick Tips

Quick tips for mid-semester transfer of offline classes to online.

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Answers to your common questions from our Zoom sessions.

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Need 1-on-1 Help?

The Office of eLearning is happy to assist you in a one-on-one consultation via phone or Zoom. We ask that you please fill out the request form linked below. We'll be in touch as soon as possible.

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Clarifying Finals Week Guidelines for Undergraduate Courses

This information, originally sent as an email by the Office of the Provost on April 21st, was created to bring together and clarify the recommendations of the Office of the Provost and the Office of Learning Resources.

Learn more about finals week guidelines for undergraduate courses