For official updates from NYU regarding the current status of the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the university community, please visit the NYU Coronavirus Information Page.
If you have any questions regarding Department information please refer to the information below.
Professor Alex Jassen
Director of Graduate Studies
Professor Michah Gottlieb
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Professor Gennady Estraikh
Language Director of Hebrew
Professor Rosalie Kamelhar
Special Projects Coordinator
Taub Center Administrator
Shayne Leslie Figueroa
If you need information in regards to NYU resources please refer to the information below.
NYU Public Safety
Public Safety Campus Phone Ext. 82222
Noncampus or from a cell phone (212)-998-2222
Spring 2020Pass/Fail Policy
FAQs on the Spring 2020 CAS P/F and Withdrawal policy
Assessment [Central resources; CAS guide]
NYU IT is recommending Qualtrics (robust survey tool) as an alternative to the Tests & Quizzes tool within NYU Classes due to performance and capacity issues. The Central resources have been updated to reflect this.Plans are still moving along to secure a robust remote proctoring tool in time for final exams.
Student Health Center (212)-443-1000
Wellness Center Counseling Services (212)-998-4780
Virtual Teaching Community Platform
FAS Office of Educational Technology Page
Senior Educational Technologist
Just in Time Remote Teaching website with all of the remote teaching guides
FAS Teaching By Design website with course design resources to plan for the hybrid and remote teaching scenarios expected in Fall 2020
FAS Teaching By Design Online Minicourse
Remote Instruction Support (Faculty Support)
TEE Contact Information
● Director FAS Office of Ed Tech: Lucy Appert; firstname.lastname@example.org
● Team Email: email@example.com
● FAS Office of Educational Technology Website (wp.nyu.edu/fas-edtech)
- CAS Academic Continuity FAQs and Email Templates
- CAS Remote Instruction Plan, by course type
- CAS Faculty Guide for Academic Continuity
- CAS Steps to Ensuring Academic Continuity
- CAS Syllabus Plan to Maintain Academic Continuity:
- Instructors should document their adjustments so that we can quickly identify resources and assess the effectiveness of responses to the changes.
- NYU IT Remote Instruction Support page
- FAS Office of Educational Technology Preparation Guide for Just-In Time Distance Teaching (essential hardware and NYU-supported platforms that you should use) and
- Just in time distance teaching guide (focuses on how you can use various tools to achieve course goals)
- If any faculty members still need hardware, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Here are the hardware purchasing guidelines
Student Remote Learning (Student Support)
The University Learning Center (ULC) has extended remote hours to accommodate students in different time zones. The ULC has been partnering with specific courses, offering support according to where students are in the syllabus. Please reach out to the ULC team if you would like to share materials with them so that they can anticipate students’ questions.
Instructions for How to Download a Book on Ebook Central
Instructions for Finding Articles on BobCat
Wakelet - An platform which assists in organizing and sharing information
Making Zoom secure
To preserve security and academic integrity while using Zoom, NYU IT recommends not to share meeting and class session links on a publicly available website and/or with unintended participants. Please see the NYU NYU IT documentation on making Zoom secure and the FAS Ed Tech guide. There have been reports of unprofessional behavior by registered students in the course. Faculty should require students to access the Zoom link from within the NYU Classes site (this will ensure that they are logged on and identified). Dr. Ben Maddox, NYU’s Chief Instructional Technology Officer, recommends that faculty make explicit guidelines such as:
Articulating what behaviors and materials are not acceptable
Letting them know that students will be muted or removed from the session for disruptive behavior. Faculty can also message individual students or turn off all video and talk to the students about appropriate behavior.
- Faculty can also reach out to email@example.com to report unacceptable behavior and/or to ask any related questions.
- Audio only recording: An audio only recording can be isolated and Zoom does it automatically. If you press "Record to Cloud" once the meeting starts, it saves three files, including the audio only file.
- Only someone with the “host” role can download a recording
- The IT Division has created a page with information to address a number of questions, including Zoombombing: www.nyu.edu/it/zoom/security. Any deans or faculty members with questions can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Librarian for Middle Eastern, Islamic Studies, and Jewish Studies
*Currently, there is no access to physical collections at Bobst or Dibner Libraries; this includes stacks/Main Collection, Course Reserves, Special Collections, etc. Delivery services (i.e., scanning and paging of onsite materials) have been suspended, as have requests for physical materials via E-ZBorrow and Interlibrary Loan (ILL). The library is not able to offer digitization services at this time, although they are happy to help find alternatives (e.g., e-books, scans of a chapter/article via ILL, or our streaming media/audio services).
Instructions on how to find and link library e-resources in NYU Classes
HERE ARE SOME ALTERNATIVES TO PHYSICAL MATERIALS:
- Check the catalog, BobCat, to see if the library has an ebook copy.
- Email email@example.com or use the suggest a purchase form to request e-books, streaming media, etc.
- Request a scan of a chapter or article using Interlibrary Loan (ILL). (Unfortunately, the library can't guarantee normal delivery times since many partner libraries are closed or reducing services.)
- If you have a physical copy of a course reading, consider scanning it with your phone to share with your students. Here is a good article that reviews some of the mobile scanning apps on the market.
- Check out the library's vast collection of streaming media, which is searchable in BobCat and can also be found in our many video databases. FYI, Kanopy is one of our bigger streaming sources.
REQUEST A VIRTUAL CONSULTATION
- Use Ask a Librarian.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or any of the other Subject & Technical Specialists to request a virtual consultation.
- Or, request a virtual appointment with a librarian using this online form.
- Data Services: make a virtual appointment
- Digital Studio: make a virtual appointment
REQUEST AN ONLINE CLASS WITH A LIBRARIAN
- Email email@example.com or any of the other Subject & Technical Specialists to request online library instruction.
- Or, request online library instruction via this online form.
- Request online instruction with Data Services via this online form.
- Avery Fisher Center (for A/V media): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Circulation Services: email@example.com or via this online form
- Course Reserves: firstname.lastname@example.org
- ILL and Delivery Services: email@example.com
NYU Libraries Remote Services
NYU Libraries Research Guide to COVID-19
During the campus closure, please email photos of your receipts and all documentation to Doug Voight at firstname.lastname@example.org