Resources and Strategies for Teaching Remotely

March 9, 2020
By the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Online Learning Initative

Currently, classes at the University of Pennsylvania are in session and are expected to meet as scheduled. The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Online Learning Initiative have created some information to help faculty, instructors, and TAs prepare to keep teaching should they need to.

This guide is intended to help faculty, instructors, and TAs prepare for the possibility that some class activities may need to be conducted remotely. It is intended as a starting point to help you continue your course with minimal disruptions to class time.

Currently, classes at the University of Pennsylvania are in session and are expected to meet as scheduled. 

Please visit the University’s Coronavirus webpage for the latest updates about Penn’s planning efforts related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

“Remote learning" is a great stopgap measure to keep students and faculty safe and supported in the face of COVID-19. However, it’s not the same as carefully prepared "online learning" where we reimagine a classroom for the online space.