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Amanda Cote
Asst. Professor of Media Studies/Game Studies
School of Journalism and Communication

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Welcome Back

A range of emotions attends the return to in-person teaching and learning—exhilaration, hope, concern about our health and the health of others. In this time of transition, we're here to help you support class community building, make the most of Canvas, maximize your classroom technology, and more.

Fall ‘21 Teaching Resources & Support

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Trauma-informed teaching workshops, UO Common Reading, and more

We write to invite you to compelling events coming up in the weeks ahead, including trauma-informed teaching and teaching the UO Common Reading, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Some faculty have reported concerns regarding student absences. We remind you that Counseling Services, and its Let’s (Tele)Talk program and weekly wellness […]

‘Equitable Access,’ Midterms, and more

As you respond to students who need to miss class because they are isolating or quarantining due to COVID-19, remember that there are multiple ways to meet Academic Council’s “equitable access” requirement (for example, by recording class, streaming it, or sharing class notes). This new TEP, UO Online resource includes a template for crowd-sourced notetaking that you are welcome […]

In-Person Teaching Policy, New Resources, & Invitations

Welcome to fall term and, with it, a return to UO’s beautiful, energizing campus. You’ll find essential policy and guidance as we return to more in-person teaching at the Fall 2021 Teaching Resources and Support page. Highlighted there: Academic Council’s expectations, including that quarantining and isolating students should be held harmless by course attendance and participation policies and have equitable access to course content. You’ll also find ideas for working these expectations into your course with a Starter Syllabus; one-stop resource on class recording including policy and how-to’s; ideas for teaching while masked; and more. Graduate student instructors may […]

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