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Teaching Continuity Guide

This guide is to help prepare faculty to teach remotely in the event the campus is closed or they are unable to come to campus.

Be Prepared

If an emergency situation causes a campus closure or prevents you from coming to campus, please note that NNU has a variety of tools and resources to move your teaching online. In times of disruption or emergency, the primary goal for faculty is to help students meet course objectives, even it if means adjusting our methods of teaching. In this continuity guide, you will see strategies we recommend and resources you can use to prepare for an unexpected shift in instruction.

There are things you can do now that will help you make a smooth transition to online instruction Here are a few things you should do to be prepared:

  1. Watch the overview video (located above)
  2. Review this guide and its resources
  3. Check your equipment & software 
  4. Know your support options

For more up-to-date information and announcements on NNU's response to COVID-19, please visit the university's official webpage here

Support Available

The Center for Instructional Design & Technology, Center for Academic Success and Advising, and the Library are available to help you teach remotely during this time. Please visit the Support Contact Page for specific contact information.

Contact Us

Center for Instructional Design and Technology • InstructionalDesign@nnu.edu • 208.467.8034 • Learning Commons 146