Working Remotely

Here are a few links to assist in getting your classes online as outlined in President Daniel’s letter to the Purdue community on March 10.

 

Things you need to know about COVID-19 FAQ

 

March 24, 2020 update, Office of the Provost, we are here for you.

 

March 25, 2020 Graduate student FAQ

 

This memo below provides some guidance on other instructional matters, including addressing the needs of students needing accommodations, and issues of grading and evaluation.

Teaching Remotely, Vol 2, March 13, 2020 – Asynchronous delivery & exams

 

Academic Integrity, April 2, 2020 - Office of the Provost

 

Academic Regulations Governing "End-of-Semester" Examinations

 

Jessica Huber's email on the impacts on research.  

 

Helpful graphics with decision trees about staff meetings, travel, and events.

 

Guidelines for University-Sponsored Travel and Events During COVID-19 Outbreak

 

Theresa S. Mayer's memo on Mitigating the Impact of COVID-19 on the Purdue Research Community

 

A good link for info on teaching remotely from Innovative Learning at Purdue.
Teaching Remotely

Learning Remotely

Tools and Services for Teaching Remotely

Sample email to send to students n your class that explains how your class will be changing.

 

Quick tutorial on Kaltura Capture to record a lecture
https://mediaspace.itap.purdue.edu/media/TLT+Showcase+-+Kaltura+Capture/1_l5g8rkuw

 

Blackboard
https://mycourses.purdue.edu/

 

Webex web conferencing
https://www.purdue.edu/innovativelearning/supporting-instruction/instructional-technology/webex.aspx 

 

Brightspace
https://purdue.brightspace.com/
Familiarize yourself with Brightspace by reviewing this brief video “Navigating Brightspace tutorial.”

Laurie's Brightspace Guide

 

 Camtasia - Video creation and editing software let you record your screen or import your own footage and then create a polished finished video using the drag-and-drop editor and built-in effects such as professional-quality titles; animated text, images or icons; music; transitions; and more. Email psych-help@psych.purdue.edu to get this software installed on your Purdue owned computer. Can be downloaded at https://communityhub.purdue.edu/

 

 Remote Teaching Accessories  Recommended web camera, microphone, headset 

 

If you need to set up Purdue's VPN
https://www.itap.purdue.edu/connections/vpn/index.html
Click on "AnyConnect portal" near the bottom of the page

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