Technology and WiFi Resources
WSU is aware that the change to remote instruction for Fall 2020 may pose some challenges for students who do not have personal access to a device that is adequate for participating in online instruction, or do not have adequate WiFi access.
The Office of the Provost is partnering with Information Technology Services to introduce a computer loan program, making a number of Acer Chromebooks available to students for personal educational use. The University is also exploring ways to provide adequate WiFi access via mobile hotspots and is gathering feedback at this time.
Preparing to Complete Courses Remotely
The Student Guide for Remote Coursework outlines resources to help you successfully complete courses delivered remotely through Blackboard Learn and other academic technology.
Students who currently have an accommodation plan with the Access Center should reach out to their access advisor to discuss if changes are necessary.