NOTE: If your students are having trouble joining a Zoom class or meeting, please remind them to sign in to Zoom with their UT EID.
In response to the changing COVID-19 situation, the University is preparing technology resources so faculty members have the ability to transition their courses online. This website is a guide for instructors to use in planning this move. Recommended tools are supported campus-wide by the Faculty Innovation Center and Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services. Your college or department staff may support other tools available for you to use. Please move through this guide step-by-step. Pay special attention to the sections that address updating your syllabus and submitting an Instructional Continuity Plan.
This guide will be regularly and continually updated. Please check back daily for content and resource updates.
April 2, 2020 - New changes to enhance security have been applied to the UT Zoom configuration. Faculty, staff, and students now must use their UT Zoom account to automatically enter Zoom meetings. Consult Learn Zoom Basics to verify you are using your UT account, invite non UT-guests, and re-enable private chat. Recommendations for one-on-one office hours compared to open office hours are updated on Hold Office Hours with Zoom.
March 31, 2020 - Added language to Toolbox page about ISO approvals.
March 27, 2020 - Added the Texas One Stop Keep Learning link to the right sidebar.
March 26, 2020 - Added new FAQs about FERPA, proctoring exams, final exams and more
March 17, 2020 - New layout to website
March 17, 2020 - Updated pdf of course plan for instructional continuity form
March 13, 2020 - Zoom is now a centrally supported video conferencing solution available to university faculty, staff, and students
Please consult the College/School Support page if you need additional assistance working through remote teaching plans.
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