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Faculty & Staff Resources


Please see the Academic Continuity and Remote Teaching Resources website for resources, advice, and essential tools to support instruction in the event of a closure.

For concerns about students and any general questions about ECAS policy, pedagogy, remote teaching, or other issues, email oue.facultysupport@emory.edu.

Fall 2020 Updates

Recent Communication

 Visit the University's Emory Forward website for more campus-wide details.

Remote Teaching

The Emory College Academic Continuity & Remote Teaching site includes a significant number of resources to help you in this transition to remote teaching, as well as important College-specific guidance and policies.

Academic Action

Full details and guidelines for student academic action requests, including S/U grading, Withdrawals and Incompletes.

 Academic Action Requests Policy

Final Exams

With the abrupt transition to remote teaching, many faculty will find that giving a traditional, proctored final exam virtually may not be convenient or feasible. Faculty are encouraged to think of alternative ways to assess student performance or to deliver exams.

 Considerations for Final Exams in Emory College

Student Concerns

This form is designed for faculty, staff and administrators to notify university administrators of any concerns they have regarding particular students.

 Student of Concern Referral Form

MIA Students

If you have any student who falls out of contact (for 3+ days) at any point during the remainder of the term, please notify university administrators.

 Student of Concern Referral Form

 

Supporting Students

Some students may be facing uncertain circumstances involved with relocation, possible quarantines, and unreliable technology and internet access.

No student should be penalized for missing synchronous class sessions due to circumstances outside of their control.

Technology Support

If you are aware of students who do not have access to a computer or laptop and/or who do not have internet connectivity, contact oue.advising@emory.edu.

If you are receiving questions from students about technology support, please direct them to the following resources.

 Student Technical Assistance

 Student Technology Support

 Available Remote Learning Software

 Canvas Remote Learning Essentials

 Zoom Tips for Getting Started

 Internet & Bandwith Challenges

Financial Support

If you become aware of students with financial challenges who need extra support, students may request help through the EmoryTogether Fund and/or the Emory Hardship Fund.

 EmoryTogether FundAvailable through June 30 for qualified students with direct COVID-19 related financial hardships.

 Emory Hardship Fund

Emory COVID-19 Site

The University’s COVID-19 site also has useful tips and guidance for students.