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Teaching & Working Remotely

A variety of circumstances might require you to temporarily work or teach away from Penn: a campus closure, increased absenteeism during a flu outbreak, a family emergency requiring your presence elsewhere, etc. Penn GSE is here to help.

Part of Penn GSE's COVID-19 Response

Penn GSE IT is here to help you get setup to work and teach remotely. Schedule a 1:1 support consultation to get answers to any questions you may have.

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Featured Resources

Penn GSE's Guide to Teaching Remotely on Short Notice

What do you do in class now? What is most important to replicate? What have you been doing so far this term outside of class hours that works well? How can you lean into that more? Set aside any assumptions you might have about online learning, and don’t expect to learn it all.

Planning ahead to teach online? Penn GSE has numerous resources for instructors.

Penn GSE’s Guide to Planning & Promoting Virtual Events

Running a successful special event requires careful planning, whether you are holding the event virtually or in person. If you are planning and promoting a virtual event, consider the suggestions in our guide to help your event run more smoothly.

Students: Looking for tips for learning online? Visit Penn GSE’s webpage for learning remotely.

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