UWF Notice: Coronavirus: Remote Learning Resources
As you navigate through the first week of all remote courses, we want to provide a few resources to help make the transition as seamless as possible. We understand these changes have broad impacts and present challenges for all of us. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.
Stay Connected and Maintain Your Routine
The best way to be successful in online courses is staying connected with your instructor. Follow your typical morning routine, as you normally would with on-campus courses. Build a support system of family and friends to encourage you to keep up with lectures and assignments.
Take Advantage of Online Learning Tools
UWF has created a page that allows students to better understand online learning.
You can also search for other resources to help you be a better online student. Here are two examples:
As a part of our efforts to make the transition to remote learning as smooth and seamless as possible for students, the UWF John C. Pace Library is providing laptops for students who do not have a computer to check out for the entire Spring 2020 semester.
These laptops will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis for those who fill out this form as soon as possible: https://bit.ly/3aVcqlC
This offer is only available to students at this time.
Numerous service providers are providing free internet service for a limited amount of time to customers who qualify, such as Cox, Comcast and Spectrum. Please check for other providers offering free access in your area. If you have any issues with internet access, please contact your instructors and ask them to help you develop a plan of action.
Tutoring and Learning Resources
The Center for Academic Success will be moving to entirely remote operations beginning Monday, March 16 until May 5, 2020. Visit the center’s confluence page for more details on services and contact email@example.com for tutoring and other services.
- Connect with Tutoring and Learning Resources via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 850.474.3176 and leave a message. Messages will be returned during normal business hours.
- Virtual Tutoring for most subjects will begin on Tuesday, March 17. Please see our tutoring schedule for updates about subject-based tutoring services that are available virtually.
- For online resources related to strategies and resources for how to be successful in an online course, general study skills, time management, subject based skills, etc., students may enroll in the online Academic Success Course through Canvas.
- Academic coaching students: Your coach will be emailing you with information about how to have a virtual meeting through Google Hangouts.