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Faculty Resources

Transitioning to Remote Instruction


In an effort to support faculty as they move to remote instruction, the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) will offer consulting sessions over the next few days.

If you wish to get help on best practices and possible solutions to transition your courses to remote delivery, please call Aurie Sorensen at Ext. 54947 or email her at aurie.sorensen@byuh.edu to set up an appointment.

If you are not feeling well, have a fever, are coughing, or wish to limit contact with others, CLT members and fellows are happy to consult over web conference instead of meeting face-to-face.

The CLT also has a resource page on technology that helps with instructions on how to set up web conferencing, test proctoring and other help.

Teaching Technologies Tips and Pitfalls Teaching Tip Videos

Recording Studios in the Library

Any group study room can be converted into a recording studio. This will be available to students and instructors who need a space to film and record projects, presentations, and/or teach online. In-person assistance for recording will be available in the room for scheduled appointments during library hours. Media Production will use professional video cameras and provide a wireless microphone. Also available in the rooms are a 42" TV and a white board.

Please do not schedule the room if you are feeling unwell. Please notify the Library if you need to cancel.

Please Bring

  1. Flash drive with at least 32gb of free space and personal laptop for transferring your recorded footage. Either PC or Mac can be accommodated. Please let the Library staff know if you do not have a laptop.
  2. HDMI connection adapter if needed. The Circulation Desk has some to check out for this purpose if you do not have one.

Other Recording Options:

If you need a quiet place to record yourself using a laptop (no filming assistance), you may schedule any open group study room using the study room scheduler .

Group Presentations

Please plan for only one person at a time in the room for recording. The Library is asking all students and employees to honor social distancing protocols to help keep us all healthy and well.