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Teaching Beyond the Campus

During the semester, faculty may need to quickly respond to circumstances outside of their control. Often times the best way to handle a variety of potential challenges, ranging from a flu epidemic to an unforeseen emergency or weather event, is to take prepare a basic online course to utilize temporarily. Fortunately, there are resources and information available to help you if such a disruption should affect your course. The Teaching Beyond the Campus website is here to help guide you as you consider the best path forward to navigating these potential challenges.

Looking for assistance with your basic online course build?

Register today for one of our Basic Online Course Building sessions or request a one-on-one consultation.

Basic Online Course Pathway

The recommended path is to follow the Teaching Beyond the Campus navigation below. However, in the event of an unexpected campus closure please consult this page.

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We're here to help

To meet over the phone or online with one of our learning designers please request a faculty consultation as soon as possible. 

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UB Learns Support

If you have a question or would like to report a problem you may be having when logged into UB Learns:

For official university guidance and updates about UB’s preparedness and response to the COVID-19 issue, visit UB’s COVID-19 Information website.