Posted on January 8, 2021January 7, 2021 by Susan HicksFaculty – Important Things to Help You with Your Spring Classes Dear Faculty, UCF and the Center for Distributed Learning are here to help you. Please see the following list of resources we’ve curated to help you Keep Teaching your courses remotely. General Expectations Faculty Guidelines for Teaching Remotely and Flexibly During Spring 2021 Required Academic Engagement Activity UCF Integrity Line. If you believe you have experienced abusive or discriminatory behavior by any faculty or staff member, contact the UCF Integrity Line. You can report anonymously or as yourself at 1-855-877-6049 or http://www.ucfintegrityline.com. UCF cares about you and takes every report seriously. Webcourses@UCF Visit the Keep Teaching webpage to stay informed about the latest resources and information related to COVID-19. Find quick how-tos on using Zoom effectively in UCF Zoom Guides. If your department is offering online exam proctoring, please review Proctored Exams. How to Access Zoom Please contact Webcourses@UCF Support if you have questions or need assistance. Update to Webcourses@UCF Finding the Action Icons in the New Rich Content Editor Please be aware that students using the Safari Web browser will be unable to use the built-in Audio/Video Recorder in the Rich Content Editor (RCE). They will need to use either another recording application to upload their submission or a different Web browser (such as Chrome).Accessing the student view using the new Student View icon Online Campus Resources Virtual and Remote Labs is a selection of resources categorized by discipline to help plan virtual and remotelabs. The Faculty Multimedia Center (FMC) is open for both in-person and virtual appointments to assist with multimedia learning and media production. You will need to schedule an appointment for in-person support. Faculty Toolkit: Resources for Teaching in the Classroom, Remotely and Online Like what you see? Tell the world!