We know that it can be difficult to navigating the new landscape of virtual learning. The university has provided a number of resources to assist in making the transition a little easier, from online learning tools, to policy changes, accommodations, and more.
E-Learing has all the technology tools students need to thrive in digital space. From Canvas, Zoom Video Conferencing, GatorCloud Applications, UFApps, Adobe Create Cloud, to Smathers library Resources and more.
Undergraduate Affairs created a resource website specifically to address questions regarding the UF S-U Grading and Drop Policies for Spring 2020 courses. The website includes FAQs, links to department and college websites, and additional information to assist students in making the choice that is right for them.
The Disability Resource Center’s Learning Specialists are available to meet with students virtually to determine accommodations necessary to assist students in navigating their studies in an online environment.
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution, in the Dean of Students Office, is continuing to aide students in navigating the honor code and student code of conduct in the digital space. Students can connect with SCCR staff to learn more about their rights and responsibilities in a community of scholars and/ or report an incident online.