Remote Teaching

With power outages, air quality challenges, or other events that disrupt ordinary instruction, there is a growing need to find other times and ways to deliver instruction, engage with your students, and keep your class moving along. Remote teaching technology can play a role, and we can help: Here you will find a few recommended options and instructions, and we encourage you to reach out to us if you would like some hands on training.


Remote Teaching Options


Teach Live or Pre-Record Your Presentation using Zoom 

  • Live Sessions: Instructors can set up a time and a virtual space where students who have access to Internet remotely join the class synchronously. Use our Zoom Videoconference webpage to learn how to create/manage a Zoom meeting room and share the meeting information with students. Please reach out to us if you need a step-by-step training:
  • Recorded Lecture: Instructors can record their presentation at their own convenience and make it available to students. See the following instruction: Zoom Video Conferencing for Remote Teaching on how to record your lecture and post it to bCourse. Please reach out to us if you need a step-by-step training:

* If you have any questions or would like to meet in person, schedule a consultation: or reach us via email:


Utilizing bCourses

Instructors may also consider utilizing bCourse as an alternative platform for conducting your course by doing instructional activities such as posting readings, facilitating discussions, and/or creating quizzes or assignments.  You can watch this brief demo guide on adding new content to a module in bCourse.

We are here to provide support to improve the learning experience for your students so if you have other ideas or want to use different platforms, or would like to learn more about other options, do not hesitate to  schedule a consultation: or reach us via email:

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