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Preparing for Fall – Getting Ready in Five Easy Steps
Georgia State is preparing to welcome students back this fall.
For the Fall 2020 semester, Georgia State will adopt additional learning models to optimize learning while respecting student and faculty safety within our classroom environments. Blended learning, which will be the most common course-delivery method, integrates traditional, face-to-face classroom instruction with online anytime, anyplace digital learning. Online class components can include different forms of media such as text, audio and video that are combined with face-to-face, in-person learning within the same course.
Use our five-step process to plan for fall. Don’t forget that CETL is here to help. We continue to offer virtual drop-in and webinar Support Sessions. The best way to get questions answered quickly is to submit a help ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the service desk at 404-413-HELP (4357).
Step 1: Confirm the learning model for your courses.
Step 2: Determine campus attendance requirements.
Step 3: Communicate attendance group information.
Step 4: Review engagement strategies.
Step 5: Ready the course for students.
For the latest information on the university’s plans for Fall and COVID-19 response, visit ahead.gsu.edu.