The University of Wyoming College of Education stepped up when schools across the country switched to online learning when COVID-19 hit, supporting teachers, students, and the larger state education community.

Several UW professors published the college's work in an e-book by the Association for Advancement of Computing in Education titled “Teaching, Technology and Teacher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field

The College of Education administrators created a survey and used the results to help identify the needs of teachers and students, resulting in a support network for them.

During the process, they created a vast amount of resources that they are placing on one central website for educators across the state. They plan to have the site live in August at

Several instructors from the university are also co-hosting a WebEd Radio podcast series. The first season will explore creating connected and engaging classrooms with a focus on virtual classrooms, open education resources, social-emotional learning, equity, and access. Each 15-minute session will be hosted on the Zoom online platform and live-streamed to YouTube. Sessions will begin at 1 p.m. every Tuesday, starting Tuesday, July 7.

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