Weather-related conditions such as snowstorms, as well as power outages, viral outbreaks, and other unforeseen events can result in the disruption of a face-to-face course. However, with advance preparation faculty can continue teaching and learning activities by establishing a clear plan of action. This can involve the use of independent learning activities, online tools for remote lecture and discussion, or other pedagogical strategies. The goal of this resource is to describe recommended practices for academic continuity when a face-to-face course can no longer be held on campus due to a disruption.

Links to Relevant Books:

Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes (Darby & Lang) 

99 Tips for Creating Simple and Sustainable Educational Videos: A Guide for Online Teachers and Flipped Classes (Kosta)

Engaging Learners Through Zoom (Brennan)