T&I Resources for COVID-19
Updates to this page are in progress. Please check back frequently as we continue to add more information and technical resources related to COVID-19.
How to Get Support
We're still here for you! To get help, you can still:
Student Remote Learning & Collaboration
Review our guidance to improve internet performance when working remotely.
Please note that we will continue to update this list as resources become available.
- Cloud storage and collaboration - Dropbox or Google Drive
- Office365 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) - Download on up to 5 devices
- Virtual Lab
- Library Resources
- Wolfram Mathematica
- LinkedIn Learning
Davidson faculty and staff who work from home or other remote locations can access almost all of the systems and technology resources available on campus, using the tools T&I provides to continue communications and maintain productivity when working remotely.
T&I encourages faculty and staff to use their existing work laptop or, as needed, desktop to work remotely during the remainder of the spring semester.
- We have very limited supplies of computers available as loaner systems, to be balanced across student, faculty and staff needs.
- Employees who work with highly-sensitive types of confidential data (as defined per our policy) should only use their college-issued computer or a loaner device when working remotely.
Students, faculty and staff who wish to request loaner computers, please complete T&I's Hardware Request During COVID-19 form.
The Library's Digital Learning team has prepared a guide to help faculty move their courses to online delivery during our remote instruction period.