These toolkits do not apply to Penn LPS Online / BAAS courses that were online before March 23rd. If you are an instructor, TA, or student in a Penn LPS Online / BAAS courses, please DO NOT use these toolkits. Rather, please consult the Penn LPS Online Knowledge Base, or email email@example.com.
The SAS Online Learning team has created course-continuity toolkits in preparation of modifications to standard course operations due to emergencies affecting on-campus Penn LPS courses:
- Faculty Course-Continuity Toolkit: Resources and Strategies for Teaching Remotely
- Student Course-Continuity Tool: Resources and Strategies for Learning Remotely
Faculty, TAs, and Students
- Please visit the University’s Coronavirus webpage for the latest updates about Penn’s planning efforts related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
- You will need to meet certain technology requirements to participate in your courses remotely. If you have any questions or need help with technology, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty and TAs
- The SAS Online Course-Continuity Toolkits apply to courses offered in Penn's College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS). Some information in the toolkits might not apply to non-LPS courses. For general recommendations on teaching remotely, please consult the Center for Teaching and Learning's Resources and Strategies for Teaching Remotely guide. For recommendations for other SAS Courses, please consult the Remote Teaching in Arts & Sciences guide.
- The SAS Online Course-Continuity Toolkits provide steps on how to quickly transition an on-campus class to an online space. The toolkits link extensively to external documentation, including the Canvas Guides and the Center for Teaching and Learning's Resources and Strategies for Teaching Remotely guide. For detailed instructions on how to leverage technology for your course, please consult the links in the Faculty Course-Continuity Toolkit.