Transitioning Online
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Instructor and Student Resources

Are you an instructor who needs help transitioning your face-to-face class into an online or blended course? Are you a student who is looking for resources to be successful in the online environment? Do you have a technical question about Moodle or Compass? Would you like to read tips on how to stay healthy and productive while learning in the online space?

The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) is committed to supporting faculty in transitioning courses to new modalities and supporting students in their online studies. Our experts in pedagogy and educational technologies are dedicated to providing support through individual consultations, workshops, best practices, and DIY resources. 

Transitioning Support

Consider the different scenarios below and peruse the corresponding resources to help convert your courses or adjust to learning online while maintaining the highest educational quality possible. 



Instructors: Online workshops on strategies and tools to teach remotely are available for instructors as well as one-on-one consultations, available online over the phone, for individual assistance with strategies and technology.

Can't make it to a workshop for instructors? Check out our workshop recordings and other tutorials. 

Students: Students can contact the Technology Services Help Desk for assistance with technology. We also welcome your thoughts and feedback on additional resources to support students.