Keep on Teaching

We know you may have a lot of questions about your classes due to the current status of COVID-19 around the country. UM has a great resource for you to stay informed of this situation. For more information, please visit the UM Coronavirus Information website.

We recommend that both Faculty and Staff review the Keep on Working webpage for guidelines to working and teaching remotely. We also recommend that you review the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library Resources for Remote Research and Instruction.

Classes will be taught remotely, but campus will remain open

As of March 23, all MUS campuses will, in every instance possible, transition all in-class instruction to online or other remote teaching modalities that do not require in-class presence. MUS campuses will remain open and operational for students. This includes residence halls, dining services, computer labs, and most other campus services. Employees will continue to work unless instructed otherwise or work-from-home accommodations are developed in individual cases. 

The following resources assist faculty in continuing instruction in the event of an extended disruption due to pandemic illness, natural disaster or unsafe conditions on the University of Montana campus.

Chronicles of Higher Education Moving Online Now: How to Teach During Coronavirus PDF Article Link

NOTE: Keep in mind that this may impact students with health impairments, non-traditional students, students with disabilities, and others differently. We encourage you to use campus resources and accommodate these requests so that students can successfully continue their education.

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