Consider using Moodle as a central place for class materials, assessments, and discussion forums. Alternatively, send instructions and course materials via email.
Hold live class sessions online using Google Meet during the regularly-scheduled class time or plan independent learning activities. Be sure to practice using the technology in advance with the students. Getting Started with Google Meet
Communicate the plan for academic continuity to students. For instance, indicate classes will be held via Google Meet during the normal time, and/or students should read certain materials posted in Moodle. Ensure that you are aware of all student accessibility needs, and in your plan, seek to accommodate students. Contact the Academic Resource Hub for consultation as needed (email@example.com).
Ask students confidentially what technology (e.g. access to Wifi, a laptop, etc.) they have access to away from campus. Be prepared to accommodate students lacking access by offering alternative assignments (e.g. reading reflections in lieu of live online discussions, holding asynchronous online discussion opportunities, having flexible due dates for students with limited access to technology).
Update the course syllabus to reflect changes to readings, assignments, grading policies, or the schedule, and communicate them with the class.
The Libraries provide access to a wide variety of digital resources including ebooks, ejournals and streaming video for use in teaching. The Libraries can often arrange access to additional items, such as ebook titles, on request. Reference and consultation services can also be provided for students and faculty. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.