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Drexel COVID-19 Resource Hub: University Resources to Support Remote Teaching, Learning & Working: Resources for Remote Teaching

Compilation of Drexel resources & communications regarding COVID-19
The following is a list of resources and services to help teaching faculty and staff transition to remote instruction.

Remote Teaching at Drexel

Remote Teaching Hub for Drexel University

Visit Drexel's Remote Teaching Hub for events, news, and other resources dedicating to the support of remote teaching. This site is brought to you through the combined efforts of the Center for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning Excellence (CASTLE), the Online Learning Council (OLC) Faculty Fellows, the Teaching and Learning Center, LeBow Instructional Technology Support, Drexel University Libraries, and the Instructional Technology Group.

 
Drexel Libraries Resources & Services for Remote Teaching

The Drexel Libraries compiled a list of resources and services to help students and teaching faculty and staff transition to remote instruction. This guide provides information on how to remotely access personalized assistance, course material, and instructional resources.

 
Drexel University Instructional Technology Blog

Find posts and documentation about Drexel Learn, Camtasia, Collaborate, Kaltura, and all other supported instructional technologies.

 

 

Protecting Student Privacy within the Virtual Learning Environment

As a reminder, all teaching faculty and staff should consider the importance of protecting student privacy within the virtual learning environment. Drexel has a continuing obligation under the Federal Educational Right and Privacy Act (FERPA) to protect the privacy and confidentiality of personally identifiable information (PII) contained in student education records.

 

 

Feedback & Suggestions

Please send any feedback, questions and additional information to include in this resource to libraries@drexel.edu