CEETL and Academic Technology (AT) have prepared a series of quick-start help guides and videos to support faculty as they transition from face-to-face to remote modalities during any period of disruption.
Keep Teaching with iLearn
How do I access and set up my iLearn course page? How can I add course materials to iLearn? How do I create a place for students to submit work in iLearn? What are some collaborative features of iLearn?
iLearn Quizzes & Grading
How do I get started with quizzes? How does the grade book work in iLearn?
Humanizing your iLearn Course
How do I make my iLearn course user-friendly for my students?
Keep Teaching with Zoom
How do I get started with Zoom? How do I use Zoom to deliver lectures remotely? How do I use Zoom to hold office hours remotely?
Engaging Students with Zoom Polling & Breakout Rooms
Accessibility Best Practices for Using Zoom
- Accessibility Best Practices for Using Zoom for Meetings and Classes, MS Word version (produced by EDUCAUSE)
- Accessibility Best Practices for Using Zoom for Meetings and Classes, PDF version (produced by EDUCAUSE)
Academic Technology Support
Students and instructors may contact AT for assistance in accessing and using teaching and learning technologies. Academic Technology Services is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.