Resources for Teaching and Learning Remotely

Below are some resources to assist you in preparing for situations where students may not be able to get to campus because of extreme weather conditions or because of a possible transit strike. Official communication regarding any emergencies, including the current COVID-19 situation, can be found on UBC’s main website.

Keep Teaching

The Keep Teaching website supports faculty in developing their own strategies to continue to meet the needs of their courses online, if there are disruptions in on-campus teaching and learning. Being prepared to offer many aspects of your face-to-face or blended courses online is an important part of planning for events that may interrupt normal campus operations.

Information here will walk you through putting the various parts of your course experience online to maintain academic continuity.

Go to the Keep Teaching website »

Keep Learning

The Keep Learning website compiles resources to help students set up, learn effectively online, understand the technologies used at UBC, take care of themselves, answer questions, and get support in this new context. Students can also share what their online learning experience has been like, so this resource can improve.

Go to the Keep Learning website »

Supported Browsers for UBC Learning Technology

The table included indicates which browser versions work with the various learning technologies used at UBC. As a starting point, you and your students should install the latest version of at least two of these browsers: ChromeEdgeFirefox, or Safari.

Go to the Supported Browsers page »