Faculty FAQs

Faculty FAQs & Support Processes

The Office of Academic Affairs is proactively asking all on-campus courses to transition to using Zoom for synchronous classroom meetings for the next two weeks. Using elements of the Active Learning Ecosystem, we can utilize alternative learning spaces to engage our students in a virtualized learner-centered environment. Through the use of Canvas and Zoom, our students have the opportunity to continue the learning process while they engage with real-world problems. We are uniquely positioned to encourage students to take intellectual risks while we assess the ways in which the Coronavirus may impact our community.

This site will be regularly updated as we support faculty in their transition to the virtual environment.

Faculty Resources:

Virtual Teaching Best Practice Document *NEW*

Additional Resources

Google Doc of Virtual Teaching Ideas

Join our Facebook Conversation

Supporting Students (Accommodations and Counseling)

Coronavirus: Maryville

Zoom Instructions

How to Manage Zoom Participants

Zoom Etiquette Tips

Canvas Instructions

On-Demand Canvas & Zoom Tutorials

One-On-One Support Request Form

Center for Teaching and Learning

Open Classrooms & Spaces

How to Reserve Open Classrooms & Spaces

Support Processes for Technical Issues

Technology & Equipment Request Process

Student Resources (to be downloaded and shared with students via Canvas):

Student FAQ’s Regarding Virtual Learning Extension

President Message To Students Regarding Virtual Learning Extension

Install Zoom on Mobile Device

Join a Zoom Meeting (from both laptops or mobile devices)

Zoom Etiquette Tips

Counseling Center Support Line

 


FAQs


For more information on Maryville’s response to the coronavirus, please click here.