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- Letter to the faculty on H1N1 issues
- Personal protective supplies available through UD Mart
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8:45 a.m., Sept. 24, 2009----As the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) project that more academic communities will be affected by the H1N1 influenza this year, the University of Delaware recognizes that a large number of students and faculty may not be able to attend classes and teach because of illness.
The University's Center for Educational Effectiveness (CFEE) has developed a Web resource for UD's teaching community that offers suggestions and guidelines to assist faculty in continuing instruction with minimal disruption in the event of prolonged cancellation of face-to-face classes due to H1N1 influenza outbreak.
The H1N1 teaching resources Web site outlines syllabus considerations and offers teaching methods that faculty may utilize to continue to support student learning. Faculty may also call the CFEE at (302) 831-2027 to discuss their individual instructional needs and/or schedule an appointment.
Faculty who would like assistance in the most appropriate use of technology options to meet their course goals, may visit the IT Academic Technology Services site or e-mail [email@example.com].