In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you’ve planned may be impacted. This page has been created to assist you in creating an effective virtual learning strategy and deliver it to your students.
Step 1: Please get yourself acquainted as soon as possible with how to use the University Support Services Sites to find vital information on remote teaching tools supported by the University.
- ITS-Remote Learning, Teaching, and Working
- Learning Design Center Services
- Center for Educational Services
- SOLES Remote Learning Resources
Information on how to use Zoom as a member of the USD community is available at:
- Get Zoom Web & Video Conferencing from IT
- USD Zoom Login
- Zoom Best Practices (Developed by Faculty)
- Get the Equipment that you need (Check w/ your department chair)
- Preventing Zoombombing USD Website
- Join a Meeting as a Participant
- Joining & Configuring Audio & Video
- Navigating Meeting Controls
- Recording a Zoom Meeting
- Sharing Your Screen or iOS Device
- Zoom Mobile Meetings
Step 2: Please review and update yourself with Blackboard and meet with an instructional designer to assist you in framing your learning materials in a structured way to students.
- *LDC-Upcoming Trainings and Workshops (all are now online)
- Register for: Instructor Training from Respondus
- Register for: Accelerate Your Transition to Remote Instruction in Blackboard
- Watch the On-demand Video: “Preparing to scale online teaching and learning during Coronavirus”
- National Emergency Online Library
Step 4: Check these links to become familiar with classroom technologies being implemented in Olin classrooms for the Fall.
Getting Started with Panopto at USD
Getting Started with Panopto and Windows
Getting Started with Panopto for Mac
Google Drive– use your GDrive for your backup or to store files/videos to share with your students (unlimited space)
Additional information about useful remote technology tools can be found at: www.sandiego.edu/its/support/software/remote-technology
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the ITS help desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 260-7900.
Elazar C. Harel, Ph.D
Interim Chief Information Officer