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Idaho State University

Academic Affairs Coronavirus College and Progam Support Page

For more information about ISU's response efforts to the Coronavirus visit ISU's Official Coronavirus Page

This page is designed to support Academic Affairs' communication between non-academic units and colleges.  

 

Message from the Provost

We live in unprecedented modern times. We have asked the college deans to move all of ISU's face-to-face sections to distance-based learning, effective March 30, 2020. This is a monumental task for our faculty and our campus, but we will work together as a team to meet our objectives.

I want to share a quote from Winston Churchill, whose valiant effort to keep up the spirits of the western world during the darkest days of World War II--with Hitler’s Germany closing in on England--marked him as the kind of leader who could rise above the difficulty of the moment.  

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.

Winston Churchill

 

Forms and Faculty Support Tools

Academic Affairs Information & Forms

Colleges will complete the attached program assessment form for their programs by March 20 at 12 p.m. using the following link

You can find additional FAQs here

Additional information and resources will be published as they become available. 

Deans will need to complete the College Staffing Document

Continuity Document

3.26.20 Operation Level Definition

Letter to Graduate Students from Graduate Dean

Information from the Interim Dean of the Library

Counseling & Testing Center Services for Students during CoVid-19

Early Summer Sessions Moving to Distance-Based Instruction

Communication from the Provost to the Deans

 March 14, 2020

 March 15, 2020

 March 19, 2020

 March 23, 2020

 March 26, 2020

 April 3, 2020

 April 7, 2020

Letters from the Office of Research

March 23, 2020

March 26, 2020

 

Instructional Technology Resource Center Information

ISU's ITRC has put together information to support faculty making the transition from face-to-face to distance-based instruction

Guidelines and Options

If you would like additional information you can Schedule an Appointment

ITRC has identified specific staff who will support your college.

The Program for Instructional Effectiveness (PIE)

PIE held a workshop to assist the faculty with their course transition.   Click here to watch the class