Published Wednesday, March 11, 2020
As recently shared, West Virginia University will temporarily suspend in-person classes the week following spring break and then offer online class instruction or other alternative learning options beginning March 30, as it continues to monitor the threat of coronavirus COVID-19.
To prepare for this transition, Application & Web Support Services will be hosting Open Learning Lab training sessions for Remote Teaching at Health Sciences.
This is an open session where you can learn more about the online tools available to you and ask specific questions about remote teaching.
These tools may be used during any crisis or closure impacting the University as a whole. As such, it is important to be familiar with the HSC Contingency Planning and Preparedness information and that you watch for guidance from the WVU Office of the Provost and also from your college. Additionally, sign up for WVU Alert to receive urgent WVU updates.
Note: These sessions will focus only on available technology to support online learning. Health Sciences students who are involved in clinical rotations and clinical work will receive further guidance from Health Sciences leadership and academic deans.
Session 1 – Friday, March 13 - 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. in LC2 (2912)
Session 2 – Tuesday, March 17 - 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in LC2 (2912)
Session 3 – Thursday, March 19 - 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. in LC2 (2912)
Registration is Required
Please register by visiting the Open Learning Lab Registration page.
Contact SOLE support to schedule a session for Charleston, Eastern or other offsite campus locations or a one-on-one appointment to review planning and preparedness for your course or site.
We ask that registrants only sign up for training that they plan to attend and be respectful of others by cancelling at least one day prior to the course if unable to attend.Back to News