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Below are some of the resources for the transition to remote teaching and learning.

If you have questions or issues, please check www.msudenver.edu/ctld/ready/ for various tutorials or contact 303-615-0800 or CTLD@MSUDenver.edu for live support

Students should be directed to www.msudenver.edu/technology/onlineready/

Faculty Ready Checklist

FAQ - online transition

Tips for Moving Online

Posting a video on Blackboard via SharePoint

How To Teach Online: Providing Continuity for Students

 

Zoom Tutorial

We have several tools available to us in terms of online classes. For example:

  • You can use the Yuja tool to record a lecture and then students can view it as their time allows. This so-called “asynchronous” method allows students to rewind and review the material as needed and it can be effective. That tool can capture your voice, image, and or computer screen in the recordings, and that can all be done from your computer:  Ready
    • self-help tutorials
    • Videos
  • Another approach would be to use a Microsoft Teams or Zoom to essentially conduct a video conference of your lecture.
  • For examinations, you may wish to move to a take-home examination, but if you would like to continue with a traditional “in-class” examination the University has access to a free proctoring tool: https://sites.msudenver.edu/etc/proctoring-and-authentication/ . That tool will allow students to take the exam remotely.
  • Email, video conferencing for office hours, and Slack (https://slack.com/) are all great tools for interacting with your students.

Contact Campus Police at 911 from a campus phone or 303-556-5000 from a cell phone

 

Submit an IT ticket or call 303-352-7548

 

Submit a Facilities issue (submission password is roadrunner)

 

Mobile device equipment check out

 

ITS for Faculty and Staff

 

Submit a CARE report

 

 

Access Center, located in Plaza room 122

 

Testing Services, located in Tivoli room 347

 

EAET testing policy:

 

EAET Policy on makeup test and missing deadline in class:

 Students are responsible for all course deadlines. All course materials, activities and exams must be turned in on time. Any student who needs to reschedule an exam or miss a deadline in the course must submit a written application prior the test or the deadline when possible.  Official documentation to support the application must be provided. Official documentations may include: court summons; medical doctor’s bill; military orders; police report; signed letter from employer on company letterhead; signed letter from local, state, or federal government; signed letter from a foreign embassy or consulate. The final decision will be at the faculty’s discretion.

 

Engineering & Engineering Technology Department has Affiliate Faculty (part-time) positions available each semester in: Civil Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, ans Sustainable Systems Engineering

Apply: In order to be considered as an applicant you must fill out the ONLINE APPLICATION 

You must apply, online, using this position number ETSPT1 (posting id #3580) otherwise thedepartment will not be forwarded application information. Please note in application registration as a P.E.

DO NOT SEND RESUMES! ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS ARE ACCEPTED!

To confirm online application contact:

Human Resources or

the Engineering and Engineering Technology Department at 303-615-0499

Student Outcomes and Performance Indicators – Faculty Assessment Forms

For more information about the forms please contact the Department Chair, Assistant Department Chair, or the Program Coordinator.


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