COVID-19 Student / Faculty Resources, Questions and Answers
The College of Education is here to support you in your academic journey. The transition to distance education (online learning) is challenging, and we know that you have questions and concerns. Georgia Southern University and the College or Education are committed to quality instruction in the online environment. We are confident that you will be able to stay on track and complete your courses this semester.
To support our students and faculty as we make the transition to online learning, please find a list of student and faculty resources below. Also, you will find a helpful question and answer document which will be continuously updated with new information as it is received. Our COE administration, faculty and staff are constantly working to ensure the success of our students during this transition period.
*Tools and Information for Teaching and Learning Online at Georgia Southern.
*This is a helpful resource for all of our Eagle Educators.
*University Academic Success Center list of resources.
*Information regarding career fairs, internships, and online career resources.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
*This is a real time Google document to provide you with the most current information. Please check back frequently for updates.
Graduate Student Questions and Helpful Links
- Summer registration is currently open to all graduate students with the exception of Georgia ONmyLINE students, for whom it will open on April 1, 2020.
- Fall registration is currently open to all graduate students with the exception of Georgia ONmyLINE students, for whom it will open on April 1, 2020.
- For more frequently asked questions regarding graduate issues, please see the College of Graduate Studies website.
TRANSITIONING TO ONLINE LEARNING DURING COVID-19: HELPFUL TIPS
Georgia Southern University College of Education’s Chelda Smith, Ph.D. introduces some key themes and advice for colleges and university’s transitioning to online learning during COVID-19. In the videos below, Dr. Smith addresses students, parents/caregivers, faculty and administrators.
Last updated: 4/22/2020