Apr 1, 2020
Lafayette Today – April 1
Daily e-newsletter sent to the Lafayette community.
Weather-related conditions such as snowstorms, as well as power outages, viral outbreaks, and other unforeseen events can result in the disruption of face-to-face classes. With advance preparation, faculty can continue teaching and learning activities by establishing a clear plan of action.
If a public health crisis, weather emergency, natural disaster, or personal circumstance requires it, you may have to work remotely for an extended period of time. This guide provides an overview of technology-related needs to consider prior to working remotely.
This resource is specifically for students whose professors are using remote teaching methods and practices to support teaching and learning activities, in addition to students who collaborate with their peers remotely on coursework.