‘Keep Teaching’ Initiative Helping Faculty Adjust To Online Instruction
Academic innovators at Texas A&M are working to ensure student and faculty success in the pandemic era.
When Texas A&M announced all classes would move online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff from the university’s Office for Academic Innovation and Office of the Provost moved quickly to create training and resources to help faculty make a swift transition.
The result, “Keep Teaching,” helps course instructors to determine priorities, limit complexity for both faculty and students and access resources to assist along the way.
Assistant Provost for Academic Innovation Jocelyn Widmer shares how the program is working to ensure student and faculty success during this challenging time.