Academic & Course Continuity2020-05-29T11:45:07-07:00

ONLINE TEACHING BASICS

I need to transition my course to an online or hybrid format. Where do I start?

DIGITAL LEARNING TOOLS & TECH

What are my options for digital tools to support learning online and face-to-face?
Security and Privacy

SECURITY & PRIVACY

What do I need to know about data security and protecting my privacy and my students’ privacy?
Discipline-specific resources

DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC RESOURCES

My academic discipline has unique digital needs. Where do I find help with that?

Summer Workshops & Events

We are offering a wide variety of workshops on digital learning tools and online and hybrid teaching strategies. The full schedule is available on our Events main page. Also be sure to check out Camp Design, a DLINQ learning community for designing flexible online and hybrid courses.

Who to Contact for Help at Middlebury

DLINQ serves all of Middlebury, including the College in Middlebury, VT, the Institute in Monterey, CA, the Language Schools, Schools Abroad, the School of the Environment, and Bread Loaf School of English. By combining expertise in instructional design, pedagogical research, learning space design, animation and video production, and more, the team provides dynamic, strategic, and robust resources that are accessible to faculty, staff, and students across all of Middlebury’s programs. Click the button below to request a consultation with a member of our team.

Contact DLINQ for assistance with such things as remote teaching strategies, how to work with remote teaching tools and technologies, structuring remote teaching activities.

Request a DLINQ consult

Contact the ITS Heldesk for assistance with such things as logins, VPN, access to software and remote teaching equipment (order requests, installation, technical problems), system and application access status.

Helpdesk hours are subject to change. The Helpdesk Hours page will reflect these changes.

Helpdesk support is available via a ticket, email helpdesk@middlebury.edu, Zoom, or phone (802) 443-2200 VT and (831) 647-6656 CA. Please Zoom or call to schedule.

Visit the Middlebury ITS website for the latest updates and system status information.

If you are having upload/download or processing issues with online tools or software, we recommend checking the system status to see if it’s already a known issue before contacting the Helpdesk. ITS offers a system and performance dashboard on its homepage at https://www.middlebury.edu/office/information-technology-services#its-system-status

Contact the Middlebury Libraries for assistance with such things as e-Reserves, digital research, digital textbooks, and copyright questions.

Middlebury College Libraries, Vermont

To access a library-licensed resource from off campus, click on its link from the Library Homepage, LibrarySearch, MIDCAT, Research Guides, Middlebury Databases, or Journals.

Middlebury Institute Library, CA

You do not need a VPN connection to use these databases.

When using the Library Catalog, be sure to use the “Advanced Search” tab and select “Middlebury Institute – Online” as the item location to access our e-books.

See the DLINQ Remote Student Resources page for remote learning support and guidance for students.

Thanks to video annotation software (and a timely grant from the DLA!), Oratory Now is now offering Asynchronous Coaching. For classes meeting online, faculty can request Real-time Zoom Coaching. To sign up, or for more information, visit Remote Oratory Coaching.

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