Academic Continuity During Disruption

Academic Continuity During Disruption

In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted. Please follow these guidelines for maintaining academic continuity during disruption.

General Pre-Emergency Planning Tips

  • Download student contact information from Banner should you need to get in touch with your students.
  • At the beginning of the term/semester, send your students a welcome email that includes your contact information. Suggest that they hold on to the message until the end of the course in case they need to get in contact with you.
  • Remind students to download or print a copy of the syllabus.
  • Back up copies of any prepared teaching materials prior to the start of the term/semester in case you are unable to access the files on the Dartmouth network.

Teaching & Learning Remotely

Visit the Dartmouth Teach Remote guide!

In the event that instructional locations are unavailable for a period of time, Dartmouth is prepared to maintain academic continuity and support you in continuing course progression through remote teaching and learning. For an introduction to teaching remotely and detailed guides and support on the tools that will allow you to do so, please visit the Dartmouth Teach Remote guide.