Continuity of Coursework

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All instructors should plan for how they would ensure the continuity of coursework and success of our students during the possible elimination of face-to-face classes this spring.

Open Sessions for Instructors

The ASIS team is also planning on holding open sessions where instructors can drop in for consultations and brief overview/introductions to resources:

Date Time Location
Tuesday, March 10 5 - 6 pm Drake 55A
Wednesday, March 11

10 - 11 am 

 

10 - 11 am drop-in

Rest of day, by appointment

 

5 - 6 pm

CELT

 

Downtown/REOC Room 532

 

 

Drake 55A

Thursday, March 12 1 - 2 pm Drake  55A
Friday, March 13 9 - 10 am Drake 55A
Tuesday, March 17 1 - 2 pm Collaborate
Wednesday, March 18 10 - 11 am CELT
Thursday, March 19 1 - 2 pm Collaborate

Request an appointment with an Instructional Designer


How to Get Started Teaching Online

The majority of our teaching faculty are currently using Blackboard in their face-to-face courses. Others are using other online tools for information dissemination and their course activities.

  • All courses automatically have a Blackboard space created. You can access it using your Brockport NetID and password
  • “Blackboard 101 – Accelerated Online Preparation” instructional resource guide:This guide can be found in Blackboard under “My Organizations” list, and is labeled "Brockport Training". 

  • If you're new to using Blackboard, there are substantial resources available on the campus Blackboard support page

  • Lecture capture can be used to create instruction available on demand. 

Stay tuned for information regarding upcoming workshops in the coming weeks. We will be working closely with those who wish to begin utilizing online tools and need assistance.


Resources for Online Teaching During a Campus Closure

Our SUNY campuses have several resources available to assist

Virtual Labs and STEM Resources

Teaching Strategies

Blackboard Resources

Last Updated 10/27/20

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