snowy trees

This morning the students, staff, and faculty of AU woke up to a DC completely blanketed in white.  Luckily, we managed to ice-skate, climb, dodge, ski, [insert other Winter Olympic skill that we instinctively attain during these icy times here] our way to campus as soon as we received the public safety “ok” to do so. If, however, the weather becomes too critical or if any other emergency event emerges, remember that you can still learn from/teach your class remotely using CTRL’s Online Learning Resources. This page can serve as a portal for online support for faculty and students. The SSRL consultants do not support these technology resources specifically, but we can direct you to the staff of  Teaching and Learning Resources who can provide the assistance you need for remote teaching and learning.

During emergency events, the SSRL and SPA labs will open and close according to the alerts administered by the campus safety system. Our hours will generally follow the campus emergency alerts unless otherwise noted. Check this blog or the CTRL website for more information or if you have any questions.

And as always, if you have been working in the lab and are forced to work at home due to the weather, make sure you save your work to your G:\ drive or at least a flash drive so that you access your files from home!

Stay warm!