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Remote Learning & Teaching

Our partner at the Texas Success Center/TACC is providing a great resource for remote-learning. Contributors include Harvard, MERLOT, Rice, QM, Assoc. of College and University Educators, and many more. To find more resources follow this link: Remote Learning - Texas Success Center

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Online Teaching Toolkit

Association of College and University Educators

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Remote Working

Working remotely is new to a lot of us during this time, here are articles and resources that may help ease the transition:

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Keeping things in balance while under self-quarantine

The Harvard Gazette

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Technology Assistance

Companies are offering free or low-cost options of their services and products in response to the sudden surge of online learning and working:

    For Students

  • Adobe Creative Cloud
    Free temporary at-home access for students who log into Creative Cloud on campus
  • AT&T
    Internet access for qualifying limited income households for $10/month
  • Charter Communications
    Free broadband internet for new customers in households with college students for 60 days
  • Comcast Internet Essentials
    Free internet service for new customers and free speed upgrade for current customers
  • EveryoneOn
    Search for low-cost internet service and computers by zip code
  • For Colleges

  • Coursera for Campus
    Access 3800 courses on 400 specializations, including computer science, healthcare, and physical sciences and engineering
  • Top Hat
    Remote classroom engagement software
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Comcast Internet Essentials

Free internet for qualifying households

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Resource Repositories

Many organizations are creating pages to aggregate links to assist students, faculty, staff making tranistion into remote learning, teaching, and working. Here are some:

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EDUCAUSE

COVID-19 Resources

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