Keep Teaching!

... during prolonged campus or building closures ...

Remote Teaching Support

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) staff are available to help you redesign your courses to meet the needs of remote teaching and learning. Contact us at ctl@nyit.edu or by emailing us individually:

See Examples!

It can be helpful to see how someone else has redesigned their course. Several New York Tech faculty members have created short tours of their courses. Take a look!

Request a Workshop

Department chairs can request a workshop for their faculty members by contacting the CTL. Include a couple of times when you and your colleagues can meet over zoom for a session targeted to your specific needs. You will receive a response within 24 hours.

Online resources, available 24/7:

Short how-to videos

Visit the CTL’s YouTube channel:

What to Teach? A Faculty Guide for Decision Making

Webinar (52:26), slides also available

As more colleges and universities suspend in person classes or make plans to, faculty are left with the overwhelming prospect of continuing to teach in a new modality, while many of these faculty have limited or no experience teaching in distance education. Join 3 experienced instructional designers who have supported the transition to distance learners for hundreds of faculty in the University of Maine System as we share some practical and uplifting advice for how to make decisions about what to do with your course. Our hope is that you will leave this session with a clear understanding of what your next steps should be, a sense of calm and confidence, and some practical strategies for how to make the transition and where to find the resources you need.

Use Text Messaging to Contact Your Students

You can use EAB Navigate to send your students a text message for brief communications. Details at this week's blog post.

Support for Educational Technology

The Academic Technology Services department can assist you with Canvas, Zoom, Kaltura, Poll Everywhere, and all other educational technologies supported at New York Tech.