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Help with Teaching, Learning, and Working Remotely

Nursing ITS has scheduled virtual Q&A sessions, workshops, and virtual office hours to support members of the Penn Nursing community with specific questions related to remote teaching and learning. Select workshops will be recorded and available for on-demand viewing.

Note for faculty: The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has created ongoing virtual programming to support all Penn faculty with this transition. Please view all CTL faculty events, register and view recordings here .


Events for Students

Virtual Meetings By Appointment (Nursing ITS)

VIRTUAL Meetings FOR Students with Nursing ITS

Have a question or need help? Nursing ITS is here for you! Email servicedesk@nursing.upenn.edu to schedule an appointment with a member of our team.


Events for Faculty, Staff and TAs

Virtual Meetings By Appointment (Nursing ITS)

VIRTUAL Meetings FOR FACULTY With Nursing ITS

Scheduled by appointment. Email servicedesk@nursing.upenn.edu to schedule a virtual appointment with a member of our team.

Upcoming Workshops (Penn CTL)

The following workshops are open to Nursing faculty and TAs, and are available through partnership between CTL and Penn’s College of Liberal and Professional Studies (LPS).

Click here to view upcoming CTL workshops.

View Past Recordings

Throughout the 2020 semesters, CTL recorded workshops on basic tools for continuing instruction remotely and several sessions on advanced topics related to remote teaching best practices. View recordings of these valuable sessions on CTL’s website.

Previous Workshops (Nursing ITS)

Nursing ITS has hosted workshops for Nursing faculty featuring a step-by-step guide to using key tools for teaching your class remotely. View recordings using the links below.

videoconferencing tools

Recording Available - Access Here

Panopto Recording Workshop and Q&A Session

Recording Available - Access Here

Blue Jeans Workshop and Q&A Session

Recording Available - Access Here