Flexible Teaching, Learning, & Working
Western recognizes that there may be times when the University must close due to circumstances beyond our control (such as during a pandemic). If the University is not open or certain populations are unable to come to campus, the guidelines below may prove useful to help you continue your work.
We recommend being prepared so that you will have the technologies, permissions, and access you need.
For those who teach, please review our checklist to be better prepared for temporarily teaching a class at a distance.
For those who are students, please review our checklist for participating in classes at a distance, in case this becomes an option for you or your class.
For employees for whom it becomes an option, please review our checklist for temporarily continuing to work at a distance.
For everyone who would like help finding internet access or access to computer technologies.
See also: Teaching & Learning Cooperative (TLCo-op) - a multi-department collection of strategies, tools, and practices for innovative teaching and learning
For the latest information at WWU about coronavirus/COVID-19, see: https://www.wwu.edu/coronavirus