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Emory Forward

Visit the University's Emory Forward website for the latest University-wide updates as well as information and resources specifically for faculty, staff, and students.

Remote Teaching

The Emory College Online 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.

On Campus Guidelines

During Fall 2020, we will need to balance maintaining the health of our community with providing an optimal student experience. Follow the link below for basic principles and guidance to assist with deciding how to cover a department’s staffing/ physical presence on campus.

 On Campus Guidelines

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.

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

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

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Guidance for Teaching In Person Safely