CAED Technical Support and Resources - Teaching and Working Remotely

Student Resources for Learning Remotely

Faculty Resources for Teaching Remotely


Faculty Resources for Teaching Remotely 

(Updated September 14, 2020)

Information Technology Services (ITS), the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTLT), and the CAED Tech Team are working closely to ensure the successful transition to virtual classes for the Spring Quarter. The following links will help you to navigate the resources available to you, as well as offer you valuable information and guidelines to prepare your classes accordingly:


CTLT Workshops and Consultation Availability

General Guides

Cal Poly’s Center for Teaching and Learning has numerous resources to help faculty with instructional continuity in the transition to remote learning including:

In addition, Information Technology Services offers the following resources to help faculty transition to a remote workplace:



Zoom is a video and web conferencing tool available to students, faculty, and staff.   Faculty using this for remote teaching are encouraged to download Zoom for desktop and/or mobile as there is some increased functionality. Please see the following to help support remote teaching:


Learning Management Systems


(Important: PolyLearn is transitioning to Canvas over the Summer and will not be available in the Fall. Click HERE for details of the change and how to back up your PolyLearn courses for importing into Canvas)



Faculty may choose to transition to Canvas at this time. Canvas has Zoom integration and other tools to support remote learning. There are numerous resources to get started with Canvas:



As new items are being added daily, please go to CAED's Tech Support page


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