Course Syllabus

This course doesn't have a formal syllabus, but check out the Introduction to "Keep Teaching" page for an overview of the course and its intentions. As you move your course online, we recommend uploading your original syllabus file and adding a note alongside it explaining any and all changes that you will be making in light of current events, including these recommendations from the EVC's office:

Guidelines on revised syllabi deadlines and assignments

We strongly encourage you to contact your students as soon as possible to let them know you are working on plans for the remainder of the semester. They need to hear from you. So that students can know what to expect, make plans, and schedule their time appropriately, we ask that you provide the following information in Canvas no later than 5 p.m. on March 29:

  • Revised syllabus – clearly marked and posted on Canvas, including a revision date anytime it is updated
  • Revised grade scale
  • Revised schedule
  • Revised assignments
  • Expectations for exams
  • Expectations for participation
  • Your contact information for students
  • How students can access help for your course

If you're looking to make updates to your syllabus beyond those listed here, you might consider this example that was created by Brandon Bayne at UNC Chapel Hill and made available for anyone to adapt to their own course.

Course Summary:

Date Details Due