Learning Continuity

Here are some quick tips to ensure academic continuity by leveraging our learning technology services to flip your course over to digital learning.

Planning and Communicating:

  • Want to continue instruction? Develop a plan to communicate with your students.
  • How will you continue your course instruction? Notify your students in advance. 
  • What elements of your course will you move online? Through Canvas you may provide course materials, record lectures, interact with students via email, online discussion boards, chat, grade assignments, and much more.

What are your options?

Canvas is accessible to all faculty and students through www.stevens.edu/mystevens. Every course at Stevens has access to a course shell allowing you to maintain instruction and learning at all times. You can also access Canvas directly at www.stevens.edu/canvas 

Please follow the step-by-step video tutorials below to learn about Canvas with best practices infused:

For full instructions on how to use all tools with in Canvas, please visit our Canvas page!

For full instructions and best practices on how to meet with your students via web-conferencing, please view our latest Zoom training session!

If you are not familiar with our ancillary services and how they can assist you, here are some direct links to our sites regarding getting set up:

LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)



Design & Accessibility

Be safe and keep teaching and learning no matter where you may be! We're always happy to help! Do you have a question or an issue? Contact us using the Service Desk! 



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