Members of the Remote Teaching Peer Support team hail from across the CLA disciplines and teach a full range of online courses including intro-level surveys, WIC classes, graduate courses, and Honors colloquia. The team specializes in online course and assignment design and the effective use of online learning tools.
The team aims to:
  • Help faculty re-conceptualize their face-to-face classes to achieve learning outcomes in a remote, fully online, and hybrid environments.
  • Support course design and the creation of online activities and assignments.
  • Offer advice about the use of online learning tools for course instruction.
  • Connect teaching faculty with the appropriate university support for complex or technical questions.

Live help

Live help sessions will be available during winter break and during weeks one and two of the winter 2021 quarter.

  • Winter break: December 28-31 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Winter quarter: Weeks 1 & 2 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Individual Consultations

Schedule a one-on-one consultation

The CLA Remote Teaching Team is also available for pre-scheduled one-on-one consultations throughout the term. To schedule a consultation please email

Schedule a consultation 

At your appointment, all users will first enter a waiting room. Please stay connected; approval from the host to enter the room may take a few seconds. If you find yourself waiting several minutes, the support team member is likely assisting another faculty member. You may elect to wait until they are available or email the team at

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Via Email

The Remote Teaching Peer Support term will continue to respond to questions via email throughout 2020-2021 academic year.

Email the support team

CLA Remote Teaching Workshops

Even if you have already taught a remote course during a previous term, we highly recommend checking out the CLA Remote and Blended Course Design and Teaching Workshop that OSU’s Keep Teaching team hosted for our CLA faculty in August 2020.  

The Canvas site that accompanies the workshop includes training modules and resources that allow you to benefit from the workshop asynchronously. 

A recording of the August 2020 session and shared notes from the faculty participants can also be accessed here.

About the Support Team

Learn more about the support team members from across the College of Liberal Arts and the Honors College. 

Additional Resources 

Keep Teaching from Learn@OregonState provides a number of high quality resources available 24/7 to assist with many of your remote teaching and working questions.