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Teaching and student support

Information and advice for teaching staff and colleagues supporting students across the University.

Teaching remotely

Teaching and learning will continue to take place both remotely and in-person in Trinity term. The Teaching Remotely page provides a range of support and advice for teaching staff, in the following areas:

  • Designing or adapting programmes to be flexible and inclusive
  • Inclusive and flexible tutorials and small group teaching
  • Recording lectures and designing supporting online activities
  • Supervising DPhil and Master's dissertations
  • Undergraduate student talking to a tutor about their research
  • Adapting undergraduate research projects
  • Adapting undergraduate laboratory teaching
  • Ensuring resources, materials and reading lists are accessible to all students
  • Oxford resources to enrich online teaching
  • Supervising DPhil and Master's dissertations

Advice for student-facing and teaching staff

A wider range of guidance and support is available for those working in academic administration and teaching roles. The coronavirus pages on the Academic Support website provide information for colleagues in departments and colleges with questions about the impact of coronavirus on students. This includes:

  • Teaching and learning advice
  • Examinations and assessments
  • Education policy
  • Student visas and travel
  • Student welfare
  • Graduate admissions
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