Delivering Courses Remotely


This resource contains steps that instructors can take to prepare for an interruption of on-campus courses, whether due to inclement weather, natural disaster or pandemic. These recommendations will help you to effectively deliver your courses remotely and continue the teaching and learning process.

To start, you will need to assess where you are within your course’s learning objectives and decide how to engage with your students remotely. Some questions to think about:

  • How will I communicate with my students?
  • What platform will I use for my course content, videos, documents etc..?
  • Will I need to conduct live (synchronous) sessions?
  • What activities can I ask students to engage with on their own (asynchronous)?
  • What changes do I need to make to my assignments and assessments?

It is crucial for instructors to be in contact with students as soon as possible and be clear with them regarding course expectations as they evolve.

Visit the Remote Learning Webinar page for recordings of Frankfort Center webinars.

To claim your CUNY Zoom account and login to the desktop app with that account, see the Platform Support Materials section below.

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