COVID 19: Academic Continuity

The information on this page is for deans, department chairs, faculty, and those who work in support of course delivery and academic affairs. Sections include Academic Protocols for Spring 2022, Resources for Teaching, and Academic Affairs Town Halls.

Current information about COVID-19 guidelines, including vaccine, testing and mask requirements, can be found on UD’s Coronavirus website.

Academic Protocols for Spring 2022 

Resources for Teaching

Instructors with questions related to course design, engagement, or assessment of student learning are encouraged to review the alphabetized list provided below.

If what you are looking for is not explicitly listed, we encourage you to contact the Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning or visit the Academic Technology Services Virtual Welcome Bar.

  • FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)


Academic Affairs Town Halls 

The Provost’s Office began a series of Academic Affairs Town Halls on June 26, 2020. The recordings, presentations and transcripts for each individual town hall can be found on the Provost Town Halls and Events channel on UD Capture. Faculty/staff login is required.

  • Update on Academic Operations for Spring 2022 – Tuesday, Jan. 25,  3-4 p.m.

Lynn Okagaki, Deputy Provost for Academic Affairs; Dr. Kelly Frick, Interim Director of Student Health Services; Jennifer Horney, Professor, Epidemiology Program; Jose Luis Riera, Vice President for Student Life; and Matt Kinservik, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs provided an overview of academic plans for the spring semester.

Recording and presentation can be found on UD Capture (login required)