Academic Continuity

Sep 8, 2021

From Provost Arden: Options Available to Instructors Teaching In Person

In this message, Provost Arden highlights the options that instructors teaching in-person classes this semester have to help manage disruptions, maintain class continuity for their classes and students, and reduce classroom density.

Aug 24, 2021

From Provost Arden: Important Classroom Reminders for Fall Semester

In this message, Provost Arden provides a recap of the safety measures in place for fall 2021 and shares an FAQ list created for instructors teaching face-to-face classes this semester.

Aug 6, 2021

From Provost Arden: Fall 2021 Update to Instructors of Record

In this message, Provost Arden updates fall 2021 instructors of record that face coverings are again required in all indoor spaces on campus, academic continuity plans are strongly recommended and that instruction support is available through several offices on campus.

May 20, 2021

From Provost Arden: Updates and Resources for Fall 2021 Instruction

In this message, Provost Arden updates fall 2021 instructors of record that enhanced S/U grading and enhanced late drop are no longer available, ClassEval will return to its pre-pandemic format. Additionally, academic continuity plans are still strongly recommended and university resources to support instruction are always available.

Sep 25, 2020

From Provost Arden: Spring 2021 Course Scheduling

In this memo, Provost Arden announces to instructors of record that for spring 2021, students who return to campus will be allowed to remain on-campus throughout the spring semester, and that courses that begin in a face-to-face or hybrid mode will be allowed to continue with that delivery method throughout the semester.

Aug 27, 2020

From Provost Arden: Adjustments to Fall 2020 Academic Calendar

In this memo, Provost Arden announces to instructors of record that the fall 2020 academic calendar is being adjusted to provide students the time needed to prepare to move off-campus. He is aware of the additional challenges created by the calendar change and appreciates instructors work and ongoing support of their students, and asks that they consider ways to provide flexibility with assignments and due dates where possible.

Aug 20, 2020

From Provost Arden: Shift to Remote Instruction for Remainder of Fall 2020 Semester

In this memo, Provost Arden announces to faculty that as of 8 a.m. on Monday, August 24, NC State will be moving all undergraduate instruction that is not already online to a remote instruction format, and that graduate courses will remain in their existing format. The Office of Faculty Development and DELTA have created a tip sheet for faculty in light of this transition.

Jul 31, 2020

Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies 2020 – Via Zoom

Summer Shorts 2020 will focus on leveling up your teaching and moving from emergency remote instruction to quality online teaching. Friday’s theme is Faculty Voices and Discussions and Monday and Tuesday are focused on strategic workshops to level up your teaching. Summer Shorts is the perfect time and place to make refinements to your fall courses and get prepared for a successful semester. The interactive atmosphere will allow you to engage with and learn from colleagues and DELTA staff.

Jul 23, 2020

Faculty Discussion of Academic Continuity: Developing a Plan in Uncertain Times – Via Zoom

This event will focus on refining and (re)designing academic continuity plans through whole-group and small breakout-group discussions facilitated by staff from DELTA, NC State University Libraries, and the Office of Faculty Development. Join virtually with your questions and ideas to share with colleagues in the discussion.

Jun 11, 2020

Supporting Academic Continuity

Academic continuity planning in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic marked many faculty members’ first foray into online teaching. Planning is underway for the fall semester, and in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, faculty and university partners are there to help CHASS colleagues with their academic continuity questions.