Instructional Continuity Preparation

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Instructional Continuity Website

SF State has launched an Instructional Continuity website to help instructors and students prepare to teach and learn remotely in the event of an absence or campus closure. This website answers frequently asked questions and offers customized Keep Teaching and Keep Learning Guides that provide step-by-step guidance on how to use teaching and learning technologies, such as iLearn and Zoom, to transition course materials and activities to remote modalities.

Keep Teaching Webinars

CEETL has prepared a series of quick-start workshops to support faculty as they transition from a face-to-face to remote modalities. These workshops support a range of faculty experience and comfort levels. Scroll to the bottom of this page to see recordings and slides from previous webinars.

All workshops meet virtually via Zoom.  Register to get a link to join your chosen workshop.  Visit the Keep Teaching Videos and Resources page to view recordings of past webinars and for additional videos and instructional continuity resources.

iLearn: Creating Exams with the Quiz Tool Webinar

Live demo of setting up a Quiz in iLearn, with Q&A

Humanizing Your iLearn Course 

This webinar will focus on design ideas to make your iLearn course more user friendly and help you foster social presence online.

Zoom: Polling & Breakout Groups Webinar

Live demos of Polling and Breakout Rooms in Zoom, with Q&A.

Academic Integrity by Design: Options for Remote Instruction

A faculty-led webinar that highlights culturally inclusive assessment strategies that promote academic integrity during remote instruction.  

CEETL Individualized Consultations

Request a one-on-one or group consultation with a CEETL instructional designer, consultant, or faculty fellow via Zoom.  We are available to provide consultations over Zoom from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.