Resource Guides

March 20th, 2020 - 10:33pm

Keep Learning, Teaching, and Working Remotely

We know during this transition to temporary remote instruction and learning that challenges may arise. It is our goal to maintain continuity in service delivery and ensure you have an accessible online experience. We are here to support students, faculty, and staff when questions related to learning, teaching, and working remotely arise. We also aim to provide online spaces for support and mutual aid, as we know we can learn from each other as we navigate this uncharted territory.


Student Resource Guide — This will help you prepare to interact with your course content, classmates, and instructors using remote methods of delivery.
(Last updated March 31)


Faculty Resource Guide for Providing Instructional Continuity — This information is intended to provide you with updated instructions and guidance to ensure instructional continuity under these unprecedented circumstances. It will be updated with new information and resources as they are available.
(Last updated March 31)


Staff Resource Guide — There are a variety of ways to continue working remotely and this guide will provide resources to make sure you are ready. Communicate with your supervisor if you are unable to work due to illness or family obligations, and use leave in accordance with the applicable collective bargaining agreement and District policies and procedures.
(Last updated March 31)


Whether you are a student, faculty, or staff, COM is here to support you. To the extent possible, we are trying to make many of our support services available remotely. This page will be updated with the services we are able to offer remotely, the hours they are available, and links to off-campus resources for food distribution, mental health support, and more.
(Last updated March 31)


We understand that as we move and adapt to support academic success remotely that challenges may arise. We are here to support you with any questions you may have related to accessible technology, the provision of accommodations, and accessibility considerations for faculty and their course content. (Last updated March 31)