Online Teaching Resources

Academic Technology Solutions: Services and teaching resources provided by the ATS team.

Teaching Remotely: an ITS designed guide providing strategies and tools to help with the process of teaching online.

Remote Teaching : Additional training guides and latest developments at the Law School.

Remote Teaching Scenarios: A how-to on combining a variety of strategies for online teaching from Cornell.

Giving Exams Using Canvas: a two part guide demonstrating how to administer in-class exams using Canvas.

Zoom Group Account Creation: our guide to creating a group Zoom account.

Web Conferencing with Zoom: An overview and additional resources aimed at making Zoom work best for you.

Online Learning: UChicago Library provided resources and services for learning online.

Moving Online Now: A collection of articles, advice, and resources from The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Panopto for Canvas Users: Documentation on using Panopto and integrating your media with Canvas.

Panopto for Non-Canvas Users: Documentation on using Panopto for teaching without Canvas.

Best Practices: Best practices to follow when teaching online as suggested by Stanford.

Research Support

Researchers wanting access for their teams to advanced analysis tools will find holistic assistance from our Research Support Group.  This group draws on an experienced, capable and dedicated staff to support large-scale computation and advanced data storage on a variety of platforms. The group also provides on-boarding support to new research initiatives, and can act as liaison matching research needs with available resources from on-campus partner organizations such as the Research Computing Center as well as other non-University resources.


Operations and Personal Computing Support

Faculty and Staff in the Social Sciences Division also receive support from our Operations Support Team for desktop applications and hardware. This group aids in the setup of new computers, printers, and mobile devices as well as general consulting about other personal computing needs.