Keep Teaching Resources

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.


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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 Forums, Assignments & Turnitin Activities

How do I create and assign a Forum, Assignment, or Turnitin Activity?

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? 

Humanizing your iLearn Course Self-Service Slides


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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



Instructional Support

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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.

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Academic Technology Support

Academic Technology 

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.

  • Website:
  • Email:
  • Phone: (415) 405-5555
  • Chat: Click the chat link in the iLearn help block inside of an iLearn class