07/29/2020 – UCF Uses Cares Act Money to Aid Instruction with JoVEIn an effort to aid student learning during remote instruction, UCF has invested in a one-year subscription to JoVE Science Education using money from the Cares Act. This collection of STEM based videos and demonstrations covers a range of topics from psychology, to engineering, to clinical skills. The collection is available for all faculty and you are invited to join one of the three available demonstrations starting next week on August 3rd.
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06/09/2020 – Fall 2020 Faculty Remote and Flexible Instruction GuideThe Fall 2020 semester will be far from a typical experience for either faculty or students. Faculty likely have questions about how remote and flexible teaching will be approached. Faculty who are teaching during Fall 2020 should review the guide for more information.
06/09/2020 – Summer 2020 Faculty Remote Instruction GuideThe Division of Digital Learning has compiled an FAQ for questions pertaining specifically to the Summer 2020 term. Faculty who are teaching during Summer 2020 should review the guide for more information about teaching remotely during the Summer 2020 term.
03/19/2020 – Remote Instruction to Continue Through the Summer SemesterUCF will continue with remote instruction through the Summer A, C and D semesters, which all start on Monday, May 11.
03/17/2020 – *UCF Alert* Remote Instruction to Continue Rest of Spring SemesterUCF and all state universities are extending remote instruction through the end of the spring semester, under official direction from the Florida Board of Governors, which oversees the State University System.
03/16/2020 – Faculty Multimedia Center ClosedThe FMC will be closed Wednesday, March 18 until further notice. If you have an appointment already scheduled, please contact email@example.com. Remote consultations will be available upon request.
03/15/2020 – *UCF Alert* UCF will move to temporary remote work for most employees starting this week.In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the university will transition to temporary remote work for at least two weeks.
03/14/2020 – Zoom Is Now Available in Webcourses@UCFThe University of Central Florida has purchased a campus-wide license for Zoom, a video conferencing platform for online meetings, conferences, webinars, and lectures. All UCF faculty, GTAs, staff, and students with an active NID have access to Zoom. Review Deliver Live Lectures Online to learn more about using Zoom in your course.
03/11/2020 – Walk-in and Remote SupportThe Division of Digital Learning will be offering walk-in support during the week of March 16 – 20 at the Faculty Multimedia Center in CB1-202. Equipment/computers are limited, please bring your own device(s). If you are not able to come to campus, remote support will be available through Webcourses@UCF Support; contact them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a session.
03/11/2020 – UCF Moving to Remote Instruction MondayOfficially, online classes continue as planned on Monday. All other modalities are canceled Monday and Tuesday and all classes resume remotely Wednesday. Review https://www.ucf.edu/safety/coronavirus/ for official university communications regarding COVID-19.
03/10/2020 – Schedule Live Lectures in ZoomThe university will be purchasing a campus-wide license for Zoom, a video conferencing platform for online meetings, conferences, webinars, and lectures. If you prefer to continue holding your class at its scheduled time and lecture, consider using Zoom.
03/04/2020 – UCF Safety Coronavirus Updates
Stay up to date with news about UCF and the coronavirus on the main UCF website: https://www.ucf.edu/safety/coronavirus/