Resources for Supporting Students
K-State has put together a range of resources to support students as they transition to remote learning.
- Explore the Keep Learning website
- View Tips for Assisting Students (PDF) from the College of Agriculture
- View Student Checklists for Preparing for Remote Learning
- Read Leading Classes Through Times of Crisis by Don Saucier and Tucker Jones from the K-State TLC
Video Captioning and Audio Transcription of Academic Content
Faculty who are designing audio or video course content for online delivery, due to COVID-19, and know that they have a student who requires captions should contact Natalie Beharry at the Student Access Center (firstname.lastname@example.org). Natalie will work with faculty to set up their MediaSite account in Canvas with a captioning tool. Natalie will work with all K-State faculty (regardless of campus) in these circumstances. In most cases, Natalie will be the person to inform you that you have an accommodation request for captions. If you have any questions about captioning, please don't hesitate to ask by emailing email@example.com.