Connectivity & Care
The Learn from Anywhere teaching and learning model calls upon more than technology tools and pedagogical guidance. The resources listed extend across both campuses and are designed to assist faculty with transitioning to the new hybrid teaching format. BU Libraries, Disability & Access Service, Employee Wellness teams are available for support and devoted to providing campus-wide connectivity and care.
The Resources from the BU Libraries section of the CTL’s Pedagogical Partnerships Blackboard site includes information on providing access to research sources and support for students in your courses.
Disability & Access Services
Disability & Access Services (DAS) faculty guide offers strategies to address accommodations and access for Boston University students during this period of online teaching and learning.
To further support faculty and staff during this unprecedented time, the BU Employee Wellness team created a series of guides and virtual meetings to help keep you and your family well.
Connect with the CTL
The Center for Teaching & Learning collaborates with faculty and graduate students to cultivate teaching that is inclusive and centered on student learning, while supporting core initiatives, including the LfA pedagogical model.
Back To On-Campus Work
Our top priority, at all times, is to provide a safe and healthy work environment for BU faculty, staff, and students. These guidelines are intended to inform your actions as we begin, over the summer, the slow and deliberate process of returning to campus.
Recovery Plan Resources for Faculty & Staff
As we hear from employees regarding the return to campus and questions you may have, we will continue to develop resources and information that support the return to campus. The COVID-19 Employee Support Line at 617-358-4990 or firstname.lastname@example.org will continue to be an available resource, as will the Human Resources Service Center at 617-353-2380 or email@example.com. Stay connected and learn more about BU’s plan to reopen.