The Center for Academic Technology seeks to support Butler University students, faculty and staff during remote learning through a variety of resources to engage students academically and socially. This LibGuide serves as a platform for the community to learn more about what they can do to enhance their experience during this unusual period.
As your classes transition to online, please be considerate while you are on a video conference. While you are in the safety of your own home, it is important to remember that others can still see and hear you. Dr. Thomas Plante offers ten tips to guide you towards good online etiquette:
Because students are no longer able to meet with professors during office hours or raise their hands in class, it is more important now than ever to communicate properly with professors. Professors are expected to regularly check their emails during the week, so email should be your primary point of contact with your professors. DO NOT expect responses at unreasonable hours or to be immediate. When crafting an email, do so with care. You can follow this step-by-step guide when writing emails to professors.
The Center for Academic Technology seeks to support Butler University students, faculty and staff remotely through a variety of resources to keep the community engaged socially and academically.
Special thanks to Information Commons students for all of their hard work compiling this information: Alyssa Manges, Laura Stark, Laura White, Lyssa Dougan, and Sarah Braunstein