Responding to Novel Coronavirus: A Faculty Triage Guide for Decision Making
Anne Fensie firstname.lastname@example.org | Heather Nunez-Olmstead email@example.com | Ashley Montgomery firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving -- Breathing -- Breathing Rate -- Pulse -- Mental State https://chemm.nlm.nih.gov/startadult.htm
Rebecca Barrett-Fox’s blog post “Please do a bad job of putting your course online”
“Oxygen” -- “Heart” -- “Mind”
Teaching in Times of Crisis from Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching
Pivoting to Online Course Survey -- make a copy!
Sample email message:
Subject: Academic Continuity
My dear students,
You may have heard that our school is transitioning online for the remainder of the semester. I’m sure this is pretty unsettling and you have a lot of questions. I do, too! I want to reassure you all that we will get through this together. We are not going to have the class we thought we would, but I am going to do my best to still provide you with a quality learning experience and remain available to you for questions. Please contact me ASAP with any concerns you have about accessing technology or the internet or accommodations.
I don’t have everything planned yet, but here is what you should do in the next week….