Remote Teaching and Learning Work-Study

To support teaching and learning in a remote environment, University employers are searching for students who are eligible for work-study positions and who may have experience or an interest in developing skills in three areas: facilitating Zoom classrooms, transcription and captioning of classroom recordings, and enhancing website and course material accessibility. Work-study eligible students can check the Work-Study site for faculty and department's postings for jobs. 

 
Zoom Assistant (ZA)

Students may be employed as Zoom Assistants (ZAs). Work-study eligible students can check the Work-Study site for job postings.

If you have been asked to be a Zoom Assistant, please do the following:

1) Please ask your supervisor or the person hiring you to submit a request to have you enrolled in a Canvas course called ZA Training

2) You will receive an email invitation to a Canvas course entitled ZA Training.

3) Set aside time to learn about being a ZA.

4) Complete the Canvas training and pass the final certification test in the Canvas course.

5) Save your certification as a PDF and send the certificate to the person who has hired you.

6) Enjoy your work as a ZA!

 
Caption and Transcript Assistant (CTA)

Students may be employed as Caption and Transcript Assistants. Work-study eligible students can check the Work-Study site for job postings.

If you have been asked to be a Caption and Transcript Assistant, please do the following:

1) Ask your supervisor or the person hiring you to submit a request to have you enrolled in a Canvas course called CTA Training

2) You will receive an invitation to a Canvas course entitled CTA Training.

3) Set aside time to learn about being a CTA.

4) Complete the Canvas training and pass the final certification test in the Canvas course.

5) Save your certification as a PDF and send the certificate to the person who has hired you.

6) Enjoy your work as a CTA!

 
Website Accessibility Expert (WAE)

Students may be employed as Website Accessibility Experts. Work-study eligible students can check the Work-Study site for job postings.

If you have been asked to be a Website Accessibility Expert, please do the following:

1) Ask your supervisor or the person hiring you to submit a request to have you enrolled in a Canvas course called WAE Training.

2) You will receive an invitation to a Canvas course entitled WAE Training.

3) Set aside time to learn about being a WAE.

4) Take the Canvas training and pass the final certification test in the Canvas course.

5) Save your certification as a PDF and send the certificate to the person who has hired you.

6) Enjoy your work as a WAE!