Remote teaching support for instructors

Connect with USask groups that can help you


Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning (GMCTL)

The Gwenna Moss Center for Teaching and Learning is offering a suite of workshops about online teaching: Remote Teaching Essentials and continues to provide individual consultations or tailored workshops for departments/colleges. Review the current list of available workshops.

For more information email: gmctl-support@usask.ca or call 306-966-2231

 


Distance Education Unit (DEU)

The Distance Education Unit is a full-service unit that supports design, development, and delivery of distance education.

For more information connect with deu.support@usask.ca 

 


Media Production

The Media Production unit can help if you require media resources including video or audio production, post-production, graphics, animation or presentation support please contact media_production@usask.ca.  They are able to provide support and consultation for WebEx, Panopto and OneDrive. Please note that current safety protocols will determine the feasibility of any location videography requests.

 


Access and Equity Services (AES)

Students registered with Access and Equity Services will still require academic accommodations in an online environment. For some students with disabilities, the inability to access campus spaces and resources may actually increase the impact their disability has on their academic performance. 

Please see the instructor guide to accomodations for students with disabilities or email aes@usask.ca

 


University Library

Connect with various areas within the Library to receive support such as: incorporating library resources into your course, copyright information, and student academic support.

https://library.usask.ca/contact

 


ICT Support

The ICT Academic Technologies Unit provides technical consultation and analysis for instructors about the use of ICT-supported technology in their teaching.

If USask technology is not working you can create a support request in the IT Support Portal or see the Information Technology - Service Catalogue.

To learn about our USask supported technologies, see Training and Development.


Other helpful pages:  Remote Tools and FAQ