Keep Teaching Covid-19 Resources for UNC Instructors


Flexible Teaching Tips: A planning guide for hybrid teaching

How to Give Our Students the Grace We All Need: an essay in the Chronicle of Higher Education on providing grace to students in trying times. Written by UNC professors Nicole Else-Quest, Viji Sathy, and Kelly Hogan.

Student Mental Health Resources for Faculty:
Care Referral Form: Submit to the Dean of Students’ office to report concerns for a student.
UNC-CH Peer Support Core | Peers For Progress

COVID-19 has challenged our campus community in many ways. Instructors and TAs have been challenged to quickly shift to the use of remote instructional tools and methods that may have been previously unfamiliar. This site provides resources, advice, and ways of finding help in making that transition. This is a very active site, with new content and announcements appearing regularly, so we invite you to consult this resource often.

This site works in parallel with the Faculty Support Hub. If you are a student in need of support, know a student who needs support, or has been unable to find answers to your questions visit the Student Care Hub Questions page. For the most timely resources and links related to the University’s response to COVID-19 and campus-wide plans, see the Carolina Together website,

Teaching Strategies & Tools

Support Network

  • Trainings

    Explore opportunities for trainings and workshops, all designed to help you quickly adapt to different modes of teaching.

  • Help Forum

    Tour this forum–a space for you to share observations, tips and advice with other instructors.

  • Campus Resources

    Review a listing of resources from across campus to help you maintain quality standards in teaching.