Teaching Remotely


April 21, 2020

Math in the time of coronavirus

Math problem on white board

By Jennifer Quinn, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at UW Tacoma 

The COVID-19 viral disruption affects us all, particularly our most vulnerable citizens. It’s vital to find ways to connect our students and humanize this unprecedented and isolating experience. These days I’m trying to worry less about the integrity of online examinations and the quality of online content — and think more about the people.


April 7, 2020

Concerned that with everyone going online, your teaching tools may not keep up?

Person working on desktop computer

Will Zoom, Panopto and Canvas have the capacity to support your course as you move it online?
The short answer is yes.


March 19, 2020

Teaching from everywhere

Rick Mohler, UW Architecture, meeting online

Find out how Rick Mohler, UW associate professor of architecture, is teaching his Research Design Studio students, as they discuss how they have re-imagined six Seattle neighborhoods.


March 12, 2020

Fun with virtual backgrounds!

Ryan Calo, UW School of Law

Your Zoom background doesn’t have to feature your office file cabinet covered with stickies. By changing your virtual background in Zoom, you can teach from (virtually) anywhere in the world.


What to say and how to say it

Person working on laptop

Communicating with your students is vitally important these days, especially without in-person classes and final exams. Where to start? Here is how the Law School explained finals to their students…



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