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No-Hassle effective switches from in-person to remote teaching

Dear Colleagues,

I created this handout to help my colleagues switch to remote learning without having to retrain or re-invent the wheel. 

Given that online learning is its own field and requires a particular skillset that many just don't have time to acquire on such short notice, the suggestions I include ask that you lean on technologies you already know how to use and feel comfortable using. 

Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions.


Manuela Borzone, Ph.D.