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Preparing for a Campus Emergency

  1. Emergency Preparedness Quick Reference Guide
  2. Guidelines for Faculty and Teaching Assistants in case of a campus emergency
  3. Classroom Safety Resource Materials (including Purdue policy for tornado warnings and fire alarms)
  4. Links to information about ongoing emergencies:
  5. Sample paragraph for your course syllabus.
  6. Take time in class to have students sign up for emergency text messages. 
    http://www.purdue.edu/securepurdue/
  7. Let students know that emergency information and updates will be posted on Purdue's Campus Status at http://www.purdue.edu/ea
  8. Request an email distribution list for your class so that you can alert students of cancellations or changes to an assignment. 
    http://www.itap.purdue.edu/learning/tools/emaillists/

Classroom Safety Briefing

  1. Classroom Safety Briefing
  2. Emergency Preparedness Attachment for Syllabus
  3. Detailed template for gathering safety information for classrooms and laboratories
  4. Purdue Emergency Procedures Guide
  5. Quick Reference Guide (post in classrooms)
  6. Safety videos to show in class:

Set up an electronic website for your course using Blackboard Vista 

Set up an e-mail list for your course 
How to request and use a Mailman course e-mail list.

Use the Adobe Connect communication system for web conferencing, online meetings, and multimedia presentations. 
  • Request Author and Meeting Host Role
  • Getting Started
  • Log in to Adobe Connect

Access sofware via the web 
Access a wide variety of software applications from any computer with only an internet connection and career account. Many of the same software applications found in the ITaP labs are available on Software Remote..

ITaP People 
Directory listing of ITaP staff.