To the Lafayette Community:

Together, we’re doing it!  Thanks to the hard work of our faculty and their colleagues in Information Technology Services and the Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship, Lafayette launched itself into the world of remote instruction yesterday. The short-notice transformation of the learning environment from the classroom to video conferencing and other tools for the remainder of the spring semester was a daunting assignment, but Lafayette was up to the task! We are proud of the professional dedication of the Lafayette faculty and staff, as well as the perseverance of our students.

Distance learning moments

A few of our professors have shared their distance learning thoughts, experiences, and humor in social media, including:

Please share your photos, videos, and social media posts related to distance learning via email, and we, in turn, will share some of them in these updates.

Remote teaching/learning resources

The extensive assistance for distance teaching and learning by ITS and CITLS includes these webpages:

Curbside delivery

Support Easton is a new online resource developed by Greater Easton Development Partnership to connect residents with local retailers and eateries offering curbside pickup and delivery.

Free and discounted services for students

Companies that provide internet, self-storage, car rentals, online textbooks, and other services are offering assistance to students and families in their transition to distance learning.

Other resources

Be well and stay safe.

Lafayette’s COVID-19 Response Team