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Engaged Teaching Remote Plan

During the pandemic, Engaged Teaching Hub is offering services in a remote format until further notice. 

Teaching Consultations

All teaching consultations are taking place via zoom. Learn about various forms of consultationsRequest a consultation. 

Classroom Observations

We provide class observations (synchronous and asynchronous) to support remote instruction. Request an observation.

Introduction to College Teaching

Geared for graduate student instructors, this free course is offered in a remote format. Learn about Introduction to College Teaching.

Teaching Workshops for Educators

All workshops are offered in remote format. We continue to offer the option of customizable workshops for faculty and departments. We continue to evaluate our current offerings and provide more tailored and timely remote teaching offerings. Learn about our workshops. 

Resource Development 

We continue to develop teaching resources that promote changes in teaching and that impact student learning. Learn about teaching resources. View remote teaching resources for faculty.

ELP-ii Testing

To the extent possible, online testing is available with the provision that department representatives will also participate and verify student identity. For more information, please contact

Education Continuity Tools and Resources

COVID-19 Support page

The Teaching + Learning Commons is developing resources, tools and programs to support educators, students, and TAs & IAs transition to a remote learning and instruction environment.

Learn more

Webinars and Training

Digital Learning Hub at the Teaching + Learning Commons, in partnership with Educational Technology Services, will host a variety of live Zoom sessions to cover options for remote instruction and other frequently asked questions.

View our Webinars

Remote Teaching Resources

We are compiling a list of resources for UC San Diego educators which may be of value in planning and running courses via remote instruction.

Go To Remote Teaching Resources