The University of Houston continues to closely monitor the global outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Classes are currently being offered remotely through the end of the spring semester. While this may be a challenge for many students and faculty, we want to help make the shift to online learning as seamless as possible by providing a few key tips and resources.
Remote Learning Tools
Blackboard and Courseware (CASA) can be accessed with a smartphone. Documents can be viewed, videos can be watched, emails can be received and sent, both Zoom and Teams work on smartphones, discussion forum can take place, and assignments can be completed. Even if you are writing on paper, you can use apps like CamScanner to take pictures of the pages and compile them into a pdf file for upload to your instructor.
Resources for Smartphones and Mobile Devices
Resources for Desktops and Laptops
Connecting to the internet is vital for remote learning and can be accomplished via WiFi or by using your cellular network. Here are some resources to help keep you connected. Please note the University does not endorse or promote any specific vendor and this information is provided in case one of these options may be right for you. Need help or have questions? Go to Getting Help.
Remote Learning Tips
The University of Houston is committed to your academic journey, especially in these challenging times. Use these resources to help facilitate the transition to remote learning.
Learning remotely doesn't mean you are on your own. University offices and support services are available and ready to help. Find academic, technical and well-being support using the links below. Don't see what you need? Contact us at 713-743-3327 or via email at UHonline@uh.edu