We owe it to our students to provide them with continued instruction so that they do not lose progress toward the timely completion of their degrees. We do not anticipate halting the progress of our students.
Provosts and deans at each of the Rutgers University chancellor units have been communicating with and working with faculty to develop alternatives to face-to-face instruction. Deans, chairs, and graduate, and undergraduate directors have been asked to work with individual faculty to support their strategies for continuing to teach remotely. Rutgers has a wealth of resources that faculty can use to deliver instruction in a variety of ways. Faculty should also consider developing independent study alternatives for students and communicating by phone, email, or internet applications.
- Supporting Our Students
- Important Considerations for Planning Remote Instruction
- Technology Tools: Information on Available Instructional Tools
- Remote Instruction FAQ
- Tip Sheet for Remote Response to Student Disclosures of Interpersonal Violence
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