Remote Teaching (Educators)
If regular university operations (including courses and other on-campus activities) are or will be disrupted, you need to consider how to plan for that, what essentials you will need, and more general questions on how to work from home. Workshops and online resources are available to help you through this process.
Various circumstances could lead to course disruption, such as a flu outbreak or family emergency. The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning site provides resources to prepare for course disruption and take your course online.
Remote Access Instructions
In order to ensure the ability to work, collaborate and deliver curriculum remotely, the University of Calgary supports the technologies outlined on the Remote Access Instructions page.
Instructional materials including readings, internet content and audio and visual files posted to D2L or used in an online environment must be copyright compliant. The Copyright Office will assist you with this process. Please direct questions and/or submit your content to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available on the Copyright webpage.