Academic Continuity Resources and Guidance

Academic Continuity 
Resources and Guidance

Under the guidance of UO Provost Patrick Phillips, we have set up a variety of resources for faculty and instructors so they can plan and deliver course content remotely for spring term. Below you'll find links to resources and support to prepare and plan for your classes.

Weekly Teaching Updates

Every Friday of spring term, the Provost's Faculty and GE Support Group is sending a teaching update with a checklist, timely resources, and support opportunities.

Week One Update

  • Week One Checklist
  • Zoom for Teaching Workshop
  • Contact information for support from the Teaching Engagement Program and UO Online

See the full message.

Week Two Update

  • Week Two Checklist
  • Interpersonal Connection & Remote Peer Learning
  • Workflow suggestions for technology anxiety
  • Contact information for support from the Teaching Engagement Program and UO Online

See the full message.

Academic Advising

The Office of Academic Advising is working with advising units in the schools and colleges and across campus to continue offering advising support for students and resources for faculty advisors. Please see the links below for advising resources for students and campus advisors.

Commitment to each of our students

“When we talk about academic continuity, what we really mean is our dedication to each student being able to continue along their path toward graduation without any delays or detours. Ensuring this will take the collaborative effort from all of us. It is essential that we communicate often with our students so as to build the resilient community that we seek. Only faculty have the authentic, credible voice that can personalize this message in a way that will resonate with students.”

–Patrick Phillips, Provost and Senior Vice President

Provost's Messages

April 2, 2020 – Provost and Senior Vice President Patrick Phillips calls faculty members creative, resourceful, and courageous as they work to adjust to remote instruction during the spring term.

March 27, 2020 –  In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, Executive Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Janet Woodruff-Borden announces changes in grading options for students taking undergraduate courses in the spring 2020 term.

March 26, 2020 – Associate Vice Provost for UO Online Carol Gering and Chief Information Officer Jessie Minton sent a notice to instructional faculty and GEs announcing the integration of Zoom and Canvas, allowing for a more seamless teaching and learning experience with the two applications.

 

Get Help and Support

UO Online
Phone: 541-346-1942
Email: uoonline@uoregon.edu

Technology Service Desk
Phone: 541-346-HELP (541-346-4357)
Live Chat: livehelp.uoregon.edu
Website: service.uoregon.edu

Teaching Engagement Program 
Email: tep@uoregon.edu
'Drop-in' Consultations through Zoom are M-F 10:00 am-2:00 pm
To join us, simply click here.
Or contact TEP any time. You can use this form and a consultant will be in touch.

Self-Service Recording Studio 
Soundproof room, equipment, and software for recording video and audio