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Notice: In light of the University of Alberta’s decision to move to remote delivery, the following resources have been curated to assist Instructors, Students, and Staff with teaching, learning, and working remotely. Visit the University's response to COVID-19 for up-to-date information.

Equipment Loans 

We are still offering a limited number of equipment loans to faculty and staff in the Faculty of Education that need to work remotely.

Please note that any loans will have to be prearranged and approved as we cannot accommodate any drop-in loans support at this time.

Please email tedmedia@ualberta.ca to arrange your loan.

Laptop Loans for Students

The Office of the Dean of Students has a limited supply of Chromebooks that can be lent to U of A students. Due to the limited numbers of Chromebooks, this lending program will be conducted via a referral system.

Find out more

Introduction to Zoom

Zoom is a relatively new video conferencing tool at the U of A that helps instructors interact with students by sharing video, audio or their screens. To learn more about how to use this tool, please visit CTL's Knowledge Base.

Virtual Office Hours

The Technologies in Education team is now offering virtual office hours from 9 am - 4 pm to faculty, staff, instructors, and students in the Faculty of Education.

Whether you teach, research, or learn, we have the tools and knowledge to help you achieve your goals.

Please contact techined@ualberta.ca to request support and our team will respond as soon as possible.

 

eClass Assistance

Do you need help setting up eClass for online delivery of class sessions? At Technologies in Education, we have the expertise to build an eClass from scratch or to move your face-to-face class online. We're happy to meet with you to discuss your requirements and the best plan of action.

We’ll work with you to help find the best option for your needs and for your course.

To get started, email techined@ualberta.ca or call 492-3563 to request an eClass support meeting.

Shifting Your Classes Online

The University has developed resources to help instructors shift their classes online. Their guide includes tips on key tools and functions within eClass, evaluating students online, new services available in eClass along with many other resources. 

Please visit UAlberta's COVID-19 Information site for more details.

Centre for Teaching and Learning

CTL staff will also be providing virtual consultations and office hours as necessary to answer instructor’s pedagogical questions via Zoom.

For more information, please visit CTL's website.

IST

In light of the University of Alberta’s decision to move to remote delivery, the following resources have been curated to assist Instructors, Students, and Staff with teaching, learning, and working remotely.

For more information, please visit IST's website.