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Undergraduate Advising (CASS): collegeadvising.ku.edu or 785-864-3500
Graduate advising (COGA): coga.ku.edu or 785-864-4201

Coronavirus updates at KU: coronavirus.ku.edu

Remote teaching, working and studying resources: remote.ku.edu

Faculty and staff resources: humanresources.ku.edu/coronavirus

Information for researchers: coronavirus.ku.edu/info-researchers

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Updates from the College

Thursday, April 09, 2020

You may have heard by now that all summer classes at KU will be online. If you’ve never taken a true online class before, I want to make sure you know that summer classes in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are different from the remote learning we had to assemble quickly for the spring semester. The College has more than 10 years’ experience in offering fully developed online courses, including those available for summer enrollment.

To be clear, summer online courses are:

Monday, March 23, 2020

Welcome back from spring break! So much has happened in just two weeks. We are glad to be getting back to what we do best: educating students. Although things are going to look different in this new way of operating, we still strive to give you a world-class education with all the support you need to succeed, just as we do when you are here on campus with us. With that in mind, here are our top 10 tips on approaching this new instructional format so that you can finish the semester strong and achieve your goals.

Monday, March 23, 2020

Last week was a period of rapid change. Many of you reported to your offices on Monday, and by the end of the week, most of us were working remotely. We’ve also been adjusting to new routines, new workspaces, and new co-workers (children, pets and other loved ones). We’re finding ways to stay in touch, thanks to technology like conference calls, message boards and video chats. But I know it will be a different experience in many ways over the coming weeks, not least of which is not seeing your students and your colleagues in person.

Friday, March 20, 2020

In a very short period of time much of your college experience has changed. Many of you may never have taken an online or remote class. We want to share with you what remote learning looks like in the College and offer some helpful insight before you return for classes online on Monday.

Where will students find their online courses?
All courses will be housed in Blackboard (https://courseware.ku.edu/). Many of you will be familiar with Blackboard, because it’s the online learning management system that we have been using for face-to-face courses.

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

As you know, most universities, including KU, have moved to remote instruction for the remainder of the semester. This is a big task and an even bigger change. We want you to know how we in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are pulling together to ensure that we will be ready to successfully start remote classes on Monday. We encourage you to share this information with your family, as well. You can also find a link to this communication and other updates from the College at https://college.ku.edu/