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Frequently Asked Questions Related to Teaching During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Teaching Through Emergencies: Faculty Resource Guide
Be prepared to continue class online when there’s a disruption with scheduled classes because of emergency circumstances which results with a campus closure. After last year's wildfires, USF's Instructional Design team has created a guide on helping faculty move coursework online and support instructional continuity when class sessions are canceled.
ETS Continuity of Instruction Online Workshop
USF's ETS is offering a course that covers the basics for online synchronous teaching, lecture recording, online office hours, setting up your grade book and more.
- Watch the recording of the ETS Continuity of Instruction Online Workshop (2hrs 09min)
- Review the ETS Continuity of Instruction Online Workshop Presentation Slides (PDF)
Additional Resources on Teaching Through Emergencies
Visit USF's ETS website's Faculty Resource Guide
Proctoring Online Exams
USF currently uses a companion product, Respondus Lockdown Browser, for in-class quizzes and exams through Canvas.
Additionally, there is a standalone software solution for online proctoring called Respndus Monitor.
To learn more about the use of Respondus Lockdown Browser, USF ETS, has compiled a web page that includes a guide to setting up the LockDown Browser in Canvas. Please visit the links below to learn more:
- ETS Respondus Lockdown Browser Guide (USF Website)
- Setting Up LockDown Browser in Your Canvas Course and Applying it to a Canvas Quiz (Google Doc)
- Learn How to Prepare an Exam (Respondus Video)
School of Management shared google dRIVE on online teaching & learning
This shared resources is open to all School of Management faculty to access and add materials, resources, and anything else they would like to share with their peers for online teaching and learning. This includes All-Hands recordings and training information
USF IRB COVID-19 Guidance
The link below contains information that will help guide them in their research over the next several weeks.
Faculty can also contact Richard Gregory Johson III, Director of USF IRB/Ethical Research directly with any questions they may have:
The Concur application suite offers a few options for uploading your receipts to your account for processing.
Got Paper Receipts?
The Concur App allows you to quickly take photos of your receipts that will then be uploaded to your account.
Got an Email Receipt?
To enable the email receipt function you must have your email verified.
Watch this quick video about Emailing your Receipts to Concur (00:42 to 01:10)
To do this click through the carousel below:
Scroll to Email Addresses, and select Get Verified.
Use the code sent to your email to paste into the code box that appeared after you selected to verify.
Visit ETS's helpful guide for Zoom: https://myusf.usfca.edu/ets/educational-technologies/zoom
DOwnload zoom for your device
Zoom is available for your mobile devices, including tablets & cellphones, as well as your Mac or Windows Computer.
Google Drive offers file-sharing services in addition to the ability to collaborate remotely with your colleagues. You can create a Google Team to collaborate and share various files and projects, or simply store documents you need to access on different devices.
To learn more go to Google's Training Website for Google Drive
To watch insightful videos produced by LinkedIn, simply log in at this link: LinkedIn Learning - Google Drive
The Google Suite offers an alternative to the computer-based Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. In addition, Google offers a Form service for gathering information. Through the Google Suite, you can edit, share, and collaborate in real-time on various documents. You can also view and suggest edits, or simply revert a document to a previous version.
To learn more & explore the applications, follow the links below:
- Use Hangouts to keep in touch. Message coworkers, start free video or voice calls and hop on a conversation with one person or a group.
- Turn any conversation into a free group video call with up to 10 friends.
- Keep in touch across your USF Email through Android, iOS, and the web, and sync chats across all your devices.
- See what you chatted about in the past, including your video call history.
- Keep a record of any conversation for just a short period of time by turning history off.
How to Use
To learn how to use Google Hangouts from your Computer, or Phone follow this handy guide created by Google.