With in-person classes being cancelled for the rest of the school year, K-State has taken steps to make the transition to remote classes easier for higher-education professional.
The Keep Teaching program allows university staff to share information and tools for implementing a successful online-teaching experience.
While K-State has a Keep Teaching program for its own employees to use, Katie Linder, the K-State Global Campus executive director for program development, says there is another program available to professionals from several institutions.
She says Keep Teaching began as an effort to promote continued education during times of disruption.
To access the Keep Teaching program, visit k-state.edu/keepteaching.
K-State has also implemented a program called Keep Learning to make the transition to remote classes easier for students.
This program came out about a week after the release of Keep Teaching.
Here, Linder explains the difference between the two programs:
Linder also explains the tools made available to students through the Keep Learning program.
For more information about Keep Learning, visit k-state.edu/keeplearning.