What if I don’t own the technology, such as a laptop, to be able to participate in online courses?
Information Technology will continue to loan laptops to undergraduate and graduate students as was done in Spring 2020.
What if I need help navigating technology, such as Zoom or Canvas?
DU’s IT offers a full page of student resources, as well as support through its Help Center. IT worked with and will continue to work with technology-challenged students on laptop and wireless connectivity issues.
How can faculty members get help supporting students learning remotely?
The Office of Teaching and Learning offers online resources to support students in remote learning, available through this page.
How will classrooms use technology to adapt to hyflex courses?
Over the summer, Information Technology (IT) will continue to equip classrooms, focusing on hyflex course needs, with cameras, sound systems, and microphones to facilitate remote broadcast/interactions, as well as to promote sound/visual quality. IT staff will arrange to meet instructors in their assigned classrooms to help them learn to use this technology. Once the fall quarter begins, IT will regularly assess DU classroom technology, as there may need to be additional integrated equipment for learning spaces.