Learning during an unexpected disruption to face-to-face classes requires flexibility and adaptability. When your instructor must put your course online quickly, you will likely need to develop new practices to ensure you stay engaged and participate actively in your courses. Learning online may require you to use new technologies, new practices, and to be flexible as your instructor, your fellow students, and you communicate and engage with the learning process and each other in different ways.
Please visit UF COVID-19 Updates for the latest university information.
Adobe Cloud temporary (free) subscription for students and faculty.
UF Writing Studio offers online consultation.
Resources for Internet Connectivity.
Security and Best Practices for Students using Zoom.
Your instructor may ask you to participate in a virtual synchronous conference through a platform such as Zoom. Plan to have access to a microphone, speaker, and webcam. In cases of slow internet connectivity, you can participate through your phone (audio only) by joining the Zoom meeting via a telephone number.