March 25, 2020
Starting Monday, March 30, all University of Nebraska–Lincoln courses will be delivered via remote access and will not meet in-person for the remainder of the semester.
As always, please communicate directly with your instructors regarding specific information about your courses. Below are some general tips and reminders to help you prepare for your classes next week.
- You will need internet access.
- Check with commercial internet providers in your area offering limited free Internet services.
- See the map of campus WiFi spillover outdoor areas.
- Access using your NCard the following campus buildings with WiFi and proper social distancing protocols in place:
- Adele Coryell Hall Learning Commons, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday-Friday. Some common-space computers available for use.
- Nebraska Union first floor computer lab accessible by west entrance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Nebraska East Union second floor accessible by south entrance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Canvas will be even more important – confirm your Canvas settings.
- Get to know Zoom – a videoconferencing platform instructors may use to hold virtual class sessions and discussion.
- Learn how to record a presentation as a screencast with VidGrid.
- Ask for help with Canvas and other tools through the UNL Huskertech Help Center.
More student-focused information, including updates to academic calendar deadlines, is available on the Students section of the UNL COVID-19 website. Masters and Doctoral student guidelines, exam information, and event cancellations and postponements are being updated on the Graduate Studies COVID-19 page.
As we move through the remainder of spring semester, it will be important for you to check your @huskers.unl.edu email accounts for official updates from the university.
We know that this is a difficult time. Please know that we have confidence in each of you and know also that we are facing this as a community. We are committed to ensuring your academic success as we move to a remote learning environment. If you need assistance with your classes as we move to the online environment, faculty, departmental chairs and staff, and advisors are all available to help you.
Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs