DELIVERING REMOTE INSTRUCTION IN TIMES OF DISRUPTION
Teaching during times of potential disruption requires creative and flexible thinking about how instructors can support students in achieving essential core course learning objectives. This guide offers recommendations for instructional continuity planning for faculty looking to continue offering a student-centered learning experience in a remote environment during times of disruption. We should always be prepared!
These recommendations are not meant to create fully online or hybrid courses as specific guidelines for official distance courses remain in place.
Before implementing remote instruction, refer to official UNT Dallas communication and guidance regarding the need to shift to remote instruction.
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For assistance, training, or issues contact Distance Learning and Instructional Technology firstname.lastname@example.org.
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