- 5 things you need to know about H1N1 influenza
- Public Health offers H1N1 vaccine for high-risk groups
- Special dining policy established for ill students
- Custodial staff proactive against H1N1
- UD continues to educate the campus on H1N1 influenza
- State medical expert gives students latest information on H1N1 situation
- Center for Educational Effectiveness offers support in event of H1N1 outbreak
- Hand sanitizers available on four campuses
- Oct. 5: College of Health Sciences to present "Seasonal Flu vs. Swine Flu"
- Vaccinations for seasonal flu now available for UD students
- Letter to the faculty on H1N1 issues
- Personal protective supplies available through UD Mart
- IT recommends technology options for course continuity in event of H1N1 outbreak
- Information sessions on H1N1 scheduled in October
- Sept. 15 is Get Ready Day
- UD Library creates online 'H1N1 Information Guide'
- Tips for faculty on H1N1: Medical excuses
- UD prepares for H1N1
4:34 p.m., Sept. 14, 2009----Throughout the summer, the University of Delaware's Communicable Disease Working Group explored how a potential campus outbreak of H1N1 influenza could seriously impact teaching and learning, particularly for classes taught "live" in a classroom.
The University's IT-Academic Technology Services (ATS) has published a list of options that could help faculty reduce a possible disruption to their fall courses. In the event of an extended interruption of classes, these choices provide a certain level of teaching continuity in an online environment and an opportunity to stay in touch with students.
Faculty who want to consider some of these options should visit this Web page. The Web page lists several tools and applications that faculty can evaluate, seeing which ones will best match their specific teaching needs.
Faculty who would like additional assistance using the technologies can e-mail [email@example.com]. Faculty who want to explore ways of using these technologies to accomplish their course objectives and student learning goals can call the Center for Educational Effectiveness at (302) 831-2027 to schedule an appointment.