Posted on January 8, 2021January 7, 2021 by Susan HicksStudents – Important Things to Help You with Your Spring Classes Dear Students, UCF and the Center for Distributed Learning are here for you. Please see the following list of resources to help you Keep Learning while classes are delivered online through remote instruction. Webcourses@UCF Visit the Keep Learning webpage to stay informed about the latest resources and information related to COVID-19. Web browser requirements and settings for Webcourses@UCF Proctored Exams How to Access ZoomWebcourses@UCF Mobile AppsThings to know if you are a Downtown StudentPlease be aware that you will be unable to use the Safari Web browser to record Audio/Video Assignments in the built-in Rich Content Editor (RCE). You will need to use another recording application and upload your submission or use another browser to access the built-in Recorder (such as Chrome). Online Campus Resources The Student Academic Resource Center (SARC) is available to provide online academic support services for all UCF students. The University Writing Center is a campus resource that offers free individual and small-group online writingconsultations. During this time, you may find yourself in need of more than just technical support. Student Care Services, Knights Pantry, and Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) are available to UCF students. 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. Please contact Webcourses@UCF Support if you have questions or need assistance.