UW–Madison is committed to the continuity of instruction in the event of an emergency disruption that results in the suspension of certain or all face-to-face classes on campus. From medical, weather and building emergencies to a campus-wide evacuation or closure, there are a variety of circumstances that may require you to temporarily transition to alternative modes of course delivery with minimal notice. All UW–Madison faculty and instructors should take the time to prepare and plan for such an event.
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Review key considerations for quickly and successfully transitioning to alternative modes of course delivery
Discover and choose ways to conduct primary course activities remotely
Connect with campus support staff and other resources for more support
Accessibility and disability-related accommodations must be taken into consideration throughout preparations and planning to ensure that all students can fully participate. Review specific accessibility guidelines. In full, this web resource is intended to help guide key planning considerations and decision-making steps, and provide quick access to strategies and related technology “how-tos” in the event of a prolonged disruption that requires alternative modes of course delivery. It is not intended to imply that instructors should teach or return to face-to-face teaching in a time of emergency at the risk of their own health and safety.