COVID-19

Effective 11:59 p.m. on March 20, UCLA Samueli has suspended all non-essential operations, with minimum staffing to support essential research. Remote learning will continue through the end of spring quarter. Student resources remain available online.

Information and Resources for Instructors and TAs during Spring 2020

UCLA Samueli Engineering Instructor Guidance Memo

Dr. Richard Wesel (Associate Dean)
March 31, 2020

This memo provides guidance about how to navigate in these new waters of remote instruction, with both students and instructors operating under the cloud of a worldwide pandemic.

Instructional Technology Support

Please visit Teaching and Learning Remotely during COVID-19 for latest information and recommendations from around the campus and your local SEASnet staff.
Zoom security, common IT support topics, links to important resources on campus, …

FT^2 Presentations on Remote Instruction

NOTE FROM: Adrienne Lavine

Dear Colleagues,

We have all transitioned to remote instruction in an extraordinarily short time. Many of us are wondering how successful our efforts have been, whether our students are still able to learn well, and whether we should be making any adjustments to our teaching approaches. With that in mind, CAT is providing a template questionnaire for gathering mid-quarter feedback from students. This questionnaire, which is built into CCLE, can be used entirely at the discretion of each individual instructor. It can be adopted as is or tailored to a particular course. Once adopted, the questionnaire and student responses are available only to individual instructors to use as they see fit.

At this page, you will find a preview of the questionnaire, instructions on how to post it within your CCLE class site, and a link to a video (courtesy of CEILS) that explains how to modify the questions. If you have any questions about this questionnaire or how to tailor it to your course, please contact us at .

Best wishes,

Adrienne Lavine
Associate Vice Provost, Center for the Advancement of Teaching
Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering