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Faculty & Staff: Programming Tools

Programming in a Virtual World

As our students enter the uncharted waters of social distancing and virtual learning, there is significant need for campus units and departments to offer programming and engagement opportunities to help our students stay healthy, happy, stimulated, and growing.

We hope that the resources you find on this page inspire you to launch new web-based programming series, host nature walks in the Ithaca area (while enforcing public health guidelines), and create numerous virtual spaces for unstructured social interaction amongst students in your programs, majors, and theme communities.

Here are some great guides created by Learning Strategies Center for the for students to help in the transition to online learning:

How to learn remotely (with a focus on having a growth mindset and being flexible)
A check list for remote learning technology (what your students need and need to now)
A resource for families about how to support their students' remote learning