In an effort to further support Boston University faculty and students during the remote teaching and learning experience, online exam proctoring services are now available to BU faculty and students.
The following Boston University resources were created to assist our BU faculty community transition to remote teaching and learning.
Transitioning from physical, in-person classes to remote, online teaching is not an easy task, and there may be many bumps both on the faculty and students’ side. Students may be
Learn about Boston University’s Shared Computing Cluster (SCC) OnDemand software.
Read Boston University’s Disability & Access Services (DAS) remote teaching faculty guide designed to address accommodations and access for BU students during the period of remote teaching and learning.
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The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) aims to support Boston University faculty in providing continuity in high quality learning experiences for BU students during times of campus closures or other disruptions in your teaching. In support of this mission, the CTL prepared this guide to help faculty think about the continuity of education for your students.
The Center for Teaching & Learning offers guidance specifically for STEM faculty. This resource provides strategies to plan for labs, tips to reproduce classroom board work in online environment, tools to address accessibility issues, and more. Access the CTL guide.
Get answers to commonly asked questions around Zoom, Blackboard and MyMedia.
Boston University students affected by the COVID-19 campus closure can receive free access to eTextbooks. Learn about the program.