Create your course, preload the ISU Template, specify course settings, choose a homepage, enroll students, and make it available.
All course modalities benefit from including these the Online Course Essentials (ONCE).
The Academic Continuity Working Group and CELT published a guide that outlines the characteristics of face-to-face, online, and hybrid course delivery modes for the fall semester. Download the Iowa State University Course Delivery Modes (PDF).
The following are from the Senior Vice President and Provost (SVPP) Division-Wide communications page:
- July 17: Academics and Instruction Update: Fall 2020 General Updates (Course delivery modalities and course scheduling, and general guidance on instruction).
- July 10: Academics and Instruction Update: Guidance for Online Courses Fall 2020 (Guidance about faculty-student interaction, and best practices for online course instruction)
- June 17: Planning for Fall 2020 Instruction (PDF) (Changes to academic calendar and class times, faculty appointments, returning to the classroom and course delivery, and additional changes and recommendations for staffing, on-campus safety, and graduate students)
(Re-posted from the Inside Iowa State What to do when face coverings policy is ignored web
At Iowa State University, our students, faculty, and staff’s health and safety are always significant considerations.
Choose your instructional tool adventure (30-minute teaching topics) CELT’s Choose Your Instructional Tool Adventure focuses on
Delivering High-Quality Instruction Online in Response to COVID-19 is a faculty-focused playbook intended to improve course
Looking for information on Webex, Zoom, and other instructional tools?
Check out our newly designed CELT webpages under the “Teaching with Technology” page. Instructional strategies, instructional tools, and more info to help you plan for your fall semester class.
Know where to go for help at ISU
Our ISU Campus Partners are here to help, call us through the CELT Response Team 515-294-5357 (Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.). We have staff across campus willing to assist. If needed, the campus partners will meet with you virtually using WebEx.
Additionally, you may wish to contact one of the support units directly. Please note which program, department, or college each unit serves and contact the unit for your area.Call CELT Response Team 515-294-5357