Academic Continuity Planning & Remote Teaching
In the event of a disaster or other significant interruption on campus, it may be necessary for faculty to provide alternative means of instruction. Use these resources to improve your preparedness for online, hybrid, or face-to-face course formats.
Classroom Interactive Monitors
Interactive monitors in classrooms allow instructors to annotate presentations, plan, and share with others on a digital canvas.
Flexible Instructional Modes
UA has employed multiple flexible course delivery modes to support a variety of health-related and other needs
The Teaching Hub, an initiative of the College of Arts and Sciences, connects faculty with resources, ideas, and solutions for innovative teaching. The Faculty Blog features contributions from faculty and staff who wish to support their colleagues’ development as teachers in higher education.
The ITAS Technical Support Team is available to assist online faculty and their online students with issues related to their University of Alabama online courses. Tech Support can be reached via the online help desk or by phone.
DUO is supported by the Office of Information Technology. DUO two-factor authentication adds a second layer of security to your myBama account. It requires two factors to verify identity. These factors include something you know – your username and password, and something you have – a phone or passcode, to authenticate and gain access to an account. Passwords alone no longer provide adequate protection against cyber hacking.
The Sanford Media Center is available to the campus community for consultations and resources regarding media-based projects. SMC is also available to assist instructors who need to revise their multimedia project lesson plans in response to the limited access to equipment, spaces, computers, etc. caused by the COVID’s disruptions to normal campus activity.
Insight is supported by the Office of Information Technology. Insight is a computer lab management tool that allows instructors to control all computers in a lab from a single teaching workstation.
Microsoft Teams provides a chat space for students and instructors to collaborate, share ideas and build community. Microsoft Teams allows for threaded chats as well as integrated voice and video calls. Learn more about Microsoft Teams on the OIT website.