All Duke University on-campus classes are suspended until further notice and are transitioning to remote instruction for all undergraduate, graduate and professional schools.
Information about Summer 2020 instruction is now available.
If you have concerns about a student’s mental health or wellbeing, please contact DukeReach.
Emergencies related to severe weather or a health crisis can result in missed class time for students and instructors. The Keep Teaching site is here to help the Duke community keep classes going through remote learning when students and faculty cannot meet on campus. Click on the links above to get started.
- We recommend that you make Sakai (http://sakai.duke.edu) the primary “home base” for your course. You can find many helpful guides for using Sakai.
- Send an email before classes resume letting your students know when and how class will meet and whether there will be any major changes to the remaining assignments in the semester (see the Strategies section for suggestions on how to do so if you do not already have a plan). Also let students know the best way to communicate with you for the rest of the term. Direct students to visit keeplearning.duke.edu for answers to some of their most frequently asked questions.
- The web conferencing tool Zoom gives you a way to deliver lectures, hold class discussions, share your screen to show slides, and text chat with students. Visit http://duke.zoom.us to create your Zoom account. You can use these helpful instructions to help you get started with Zoom.
Click here for some recommendations on low tech strategies you can utilize in your transition to remote teaching.
What We’re Reading
A selection of recent articles and resources the Keep Teaching Staff recommend: