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For SOE students: Moving to online learning

Below are some resources to help you adjust to online learning. These are drawn from the School of Education’s Student Affairs section of Ed Hub. Visit that page for additional details and other resources.

Student Affairs staff

Do you need Student Affairs help? Ask.
Anne Bryan, Assistant Dean, abryan2@email.unc.edu
Audrey Fulton, Director of Advising, abfulton@email.unc.edu
Trish Harris, Director of Recruitment, patricia.harris@unc.edu
Lisa Johnson, Registrar, lisajohnson@unc.edu
April Plumley, Admissions and Placement Coordinator, april.plumley@unc.edu

Audrey Fulton appointments
For undergraduate majors and minors who need to make an appointment with Audrey Fulton.

Online learning resources

The UNC System has a video introduction to online learning.

UNC-Chapel Hill’s Teaching & Learning Blog includes a handout from the Learning & Writing Center, tips on Zoom and Sakai, resources from UNC’s Center for Counseling at Psychological Services, UNC’s Accessibility Resources Center, and other campus updates.

UNC-Chapel Hill’s Information Technology Services office has this guide for obtaining and improving internet access from home.

The College Learning Center has this site for helping you make the transition to remote learning.

Some tips for learning at home. Written for parents to help their children, but the ideas apply to you too.

Accommodations

If you need accommodations for remote learning, please contact Accessibility Resources Services to self-identify and apply for eligibility.

ARS created this guide for accessibility accommodations in the online environment.

Managing stress

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has this guide for finding healthy ways to cope with stress.

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By Michael Hobbs