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Emergency Remote Teaching Resources

Hold Your Classes During Emergency Closures

Teaching at a Distance

When classroom instruction is interrupted due to emergencies, delivering classes using online tools (such as Moodle, Zoom, or Google Drive) is a way to continue classes at a distance.This resource guide provides tips and guidance in the event you need to move your classes online due to unforeseen emergency circumstances.

Although class activities vary depending on the subject, the following categories of class activities may need to continue at a distance:

For consultation and support in preparation for using digital methods for remote teaching, schedule a virtual or in-person appointment via

*For tips and guidelines on using technology for remote working, please refer to Technology & Innovation's resource guide on the topic. 

Go to Zoom. - Log in with Davidson credentials.

Go to Moodle. - Log in with Davidson credentials.


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