Stay informed with the latest news and guidance. Visit the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Updates website.
TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF AND OTHERS
Download the flyer Taking Care of Mental Health during the CoVID19 Infectious Disease Outbreak from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- CAPS will continue to provide services remotely. Call 847-491-2151 to speak with the on-call counselor or visit the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Mental Health Resources webpage.
- Whether you have been directly exposed to Coronavirus/COVID-19 or not, the outbreak can affect your emotional and mental health wellbeing. Learn about the Faculty Wellness Program and contact director Dr. Richard Carroll, for assistance.
Faculty and Graduate Students
- Through the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD), all faculty and graduate students have free access to professional development resources and support, including many on-line resources for well-being and teaching/research support during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak. Login and click the Resources tab.
- Learn about benefits and resources designed to support Staff Well-Being.
- Learn about Work-Life and Family Resources, including options to help support the care of dependents and elders.
- View answers to frequently asked Work-Related Topics on the Coronavirus/COVID-19 website.
TEACHING, LEARNING, AND WORKING REMOTELY
Stay connected to the Northwestern network and University resources. Visit NUIT Resources for Teaching, Learning and Working Remotely
Review Zoom Privacy and Security Guidelines to help keep your meetings and sessions secure.
Review guidance from the Center for Leadership on Functioning Effectively in Virtual Teams.
- Unauthorized student recording of class sessions is prohibited. View the University Guidelines for Recording of Synchronous Remote Class Sessions, including how to request assistive technology to support your learning during Spring Quarter, 2020 classes.
- Visit the Digital Learning Student Resources webpage for a checklist of items to prepare yourself for remote learning.
- Visit the Academic Support and Learning Advancement (ASLA) site for a helpful resource: Navigating Learning During COVID-19
- For school-specific questions and resources, guidance on student attendance and participation policies and more, visit the Academics section of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 FAQs. You can also refer to the College and Schools Coronavirus Websites.
Faculty and Other Instructors
- View the University Guidelines for Recording of Synchronous Remote Class Sessions, including suggested text to include on syllabi for Spring Quarter, 2020 classes.
- Visit the Digital Learning Faculty Resources webpage for guidance on remote teaching. Content has been developed for faculty and TAs.
- Visit the Academic Support and Learning Advancement (ASLA) site for guidance on Setting Up Study Groups in Canvas
- View upcoming workshops hosted by the Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching to support learning and teaching in a virtual world. Content has been developed for faculty and graduate student instructors.