Cyber Day Information for Students

A Cyber Day is when a face-to-face class meeting is moved to an online learning format.

We recognize that students taking face-to-face classes may not be used to completing class activities online. Below are some resources to assist you in the event that your class must use a Cyber Day to replace a face-to-face meeting.

Your instructor will provide direction on which specific course activities you will be completing online in the event of a Cyber Day.

Canvas for Students

Guides and tutorials for using our Canvas, our online learning solution.

NEW - Canvas Brush Up! for Students

Instructional Technologists from the Ed Tech Department will provide training and demonstration for students on Navigating Canvas Global and Course menus, Canvas Assignments: Discussion, Quiz, Assignment types (Online, File Upload, Text Entry, TurnItIn), Kaltura, and a quick look at Groups in Canvas. Sign Up Now!


Zoom enables conducting real-time course activities online.

Tips for Successful Transition to Online Learning

Need more help making the shift from face-to-face to online classes? See these helpful tips and web resources.

Computer and Internet Access

Cyber Day assumes that students have convenient access to a computer and the Internet to conduct and complete course activities online. If computer and Internet access from off-campus is a hardship, please see the Tips for Successful Transition page linked above.