Remote Learning & Teaching

Keep learning, teaching, and thriving no matter where you are this quarter. Below are resources to help ensure you have the necessary technology support for a successful online learning experience.

Access Technology Assistance from UCLA IT

Stay connected while learning from home. UCLA IT provides resources, assistance, and 24/7 phone support to students transitioning to online learning.

Visit the UCLA IT Support Center

Find Tech Resources for Learning in a Remote Environment

Learn more about equipment loans and other remote education resources are available to help meet the changing needs of the Bruin community.

Access Bruin Resources and Tools

Your Remote Learning Setup

No matter where you’ll be learning and teaching, you’ll want to make sure you have an appropriate setup. Here’s some of the tech you’ll need to optimize your remote experience.

  • A Mac or PC less than 5 years old

  • A reliable internet connection

  • A headset and/or microphone to improve sound quality (optional)

  • External speakers and/or connection to a second monitor if available


For tips and information about adjusting to a remote experience visit UCLA’s Student Remote Learning Resources page.

Resources for Technology Support

If you need assistance with purchasing or borrowing laptops, wifi hotspots, and other devices, UCLA has several programs that can help, like ClICC, one of UCLA's resources that helps support students tech needs.



Other resources include:

Research & Teaching in a Remote World

For Research

UCLA has tools available for students to conduct research in a remote setting. This includes support services from the UCLA Library and information from the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL).

For a comprehensive list of resources for research visit the "Academics & Research" section of the guidebook.

Teaching Resources for Graduate Teaching Assistants

Below is a list of websites with digital tools, information and guidance for remote teaching.

Staying Safe While Learning Online

During COVID-19, remote learning environments have become an increased target for scams and phishing attempts. Know how to protect yourself when learning and teaching online.