Teaching Continuity

Prepare for course disruption and take your course online

Various circumstances could lead to course disruption, such as a flu outbreak or family emergency. This site provides some resources to prepare for course disruption and take your course online.

For information about learning continuity, we also have tips, tools and resources to support students during the unexpected transition to remote learning:


Things to do prior to course disruption to prepare for continuity. 

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Get started with essential tasks to move your course online.

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Find a session

Register for a session to take your teaching online.

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Working remotely from home

Links and resources to support working remotely from home.

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When considering how best to teach remotely, remember that the immediate goal is to keep teaching and to continue to support student learning.  Learn about our guiding principles for teaching continuity

Teaching continuity news feed

Working and studying from home with children during COVID-19

Ideas and resources to help you manage the juggling act ...

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In the News: D'Arcy Norman

Zoom online exam proctoring demo

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The COVID crisis brings teaching & learning opportunity

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In the News: Medium

A digital survival kit for teaching online classes

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get started with zoom

Get started with Zoom

The University of Calgary now offers Zoom as the campus online class platform.

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Need help?

Technical support

For technical support, please contact IT support centre, 403-220-5555.

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Teaching and learning support

For teaching and learning help, please contact the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning.

Contact Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning