In Fall 2020, BYU is offering students a variety of learning environments designed to facilitate learning, community, and safety.
Click any of the links below for advice and best practices for each modality. Learn how to take advantage of their strengths while avoiding their drawbacks.
Classes will be a mixture of in-person and on-campus instruction with online components. Students should be available on the days and hours listed in the Class Schedule.
Live Remote Delivery
Classes will be conducted entirely in LIVE (synchronous) online sessions (using Zoom or similar tools) on the days and hours listed in the Class Schedule. Students will not attend class on campus.
On-Demand Remote Delivery
Classes will be conducted entirely online using ON-DEMAND (asynchronous) digital course materials, such as video lectures. Students will not attend class on-campus.
Teaching Two Audiences: In-class and Remote
In-Classroom and Blended course instructors may need to accommodate both remote and in-person students at the same time. Here's how to ensure neither group gets left out.