Getting Started with Remote Learning
The Student Resources page provides Illinois students information about learning effectively while engaging in remote instruction as well as accessing technology tools and tips.
For tips and tricks on how to be a successful online learner, check out these student resource guides from the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning and review a few of these blog posts from Illinois Online:
I need a computer or access to internet in my location
If you do not have access to a functional computer or internet connectivity in your location, please contact the Student Assistance Center at 217-333-0050 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Center works with Technology Services to make sure you have access to the technology hardware you need.
I have a computer, but cannot run or download software needed for classes
UIUC AnyWare offers virtual access to over 100 software applications for students whether working on campus, remotely, or in class. It also offers a virtual desktop environment allowing users to access applications securely, on multiple devices and operating systems including Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.
If you are a new student, visit the Technology Services New Student Resource Guide!
The Library also provides access to the Emergency Temporary Access Service. Details are available on their website.
Campus Recreation strives to provide innovative wellness programs for the campus community. View the student wellness resources provided by campus recreation.
This Mental Health Resources list provides websites and organizations with information, guides, and help for mental wellness.
Student Success Workshops
ACES Student Success Workshops are designed to provide students with an interactive experience to enhance their academic learning. For fall 2020, workshops will be offered in a virtual format. All University of Illinois students are invited to attend. Dates and times are subject to change. Use this Zoom link to attend each session. For questions, please contact Logan Honegger, ACES Coordinator for Advising & Student Success.
Policy: The Student Code
Both students and instructors will need to allow some flexibility when participating in blended or remote instruction. However, the university student code still applies. See the following pages for more information on the Student Code as it pertains to grades, attendance, and integrity.