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Classroom Technologies

The university Committee on Teaching Reactivation Options has recommended that in-person courses provide a hybrid of in-person teaching and remote accessibility for students and faculty who are in quarantine or have not returned to campus because of health risks or inability to travel.

To accomplish this, audio-video classroom technology will be provided for instructors that improves audio quality and provides remote visual access. These solutions might include integrating instructors' laptops with installed classroom AV to providing supplemental equipment for classrooms that lack AV equipment.

The Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) provides resources for faculty and other instructors who are developing strategies for how best to deliver their courses in ways that meet the university's hybrid teaching goals.

   • Spring 21 Teaching Resources

will be offering graduate teaching assistants and postdoctoral fellows with additional support for online teaching. For details, visit:

   • Grad & Postdoc Course Preparation Workshops

For an overview of classroom audio-video technology options, see:

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