Notice: COVID-19 resources, information and plans for current and upcoming academic terms. Learn more.

Upcoming Academic Terms: Info and Plans

About Learning Remotely

The University is optimistic that the Fall 2021 term will allow for a carefully staged reopening of our campuses, with increased options for in-person classes, activities, and services.

Wondering how remote learning works? What a lab looks like when it's delivered on Zoom? How best to prepare?

  • Seven instructors from across campus talk about how the University is working to make your remote learning experience an effective, engaging and positive one.

  • Watch these short videos to find out what to expect, and learn about supports, tips, and ideas that can help you succeed in your classes.

  • Read: Teaching & Learning Plan Summary  for information you will need to complete your courses at the University of Regina.

  • Read: Teaching and Learning Guide for Students PDF icon, a quick reference to support students and others who may have questions about remote delivery.

  • Read: In the Presence of COVID-19: Teaching and Learning Framework for the 2021-2022 Academic Year PDF icon This"living document" is subject to continuous evaluation and evolution, and will be updated as it evolves.
  • To support remote learning, Information Services has developed a resource website for students, listed in Quicklinks on this page, where you will find:

    • First steps to find out what your instructor is planning for your course; and if they are using UR Courses and Zoom

    • Technical requirements and support

    • Student supports for successful remote learning

    • Privacy and accommodations information

    • Other questions and support

  • Please access these resources through the Quicklinks section on this page.