Resources for Teaching During a Health Crisis
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The H1N1 virus (Swine Flu) is expected to make a comeback in the United States this school year and officials say that college campuses could be impacted. The NIU Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center has compiled the following information and resources for faculty regarding preparing for teaching during a health crisis. While many of the resources specifically reference H1N1 flu, much of the information provided is applicable to preparing for and responding to the challenges of teaching during any health crisis. This page will be frequently updated as additional resources are made available and will remain archived here.  

NIU Resources

  • Teaching with Blackboard
    Documentation, tutorials, and workshops on teaching using the Blackboard, NIU's learning management system


Organizations and Agencies







General Information and Resources

  • Flu.gov
    One-stop access to U.S. Government H1N1, avian and pandemic flu information








  • H1N1 Guidance
    Memo to AASCU Presidents and Chancellors, August 25, 2009






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Additional information or resources?
Do you have an additional resource to share regarding teaching during a health crisis? Email the URL, title, and brief description of suggested resource(s) to jrhode@niu.edu for consideration.

Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center staff are available for consultations on strategies for teaching during a health crisis and can be reached at 815-753-0595, facdev@niu.edu (for faculty), and tadev@niu.edu (for TAs).


Last Updated: 12/10/2009