For more operational resources and reminders for students, please visit the Peabody Alerts page.
JHU and Peabody provide various resources to allow all students in both the Conservatory and Preparatory to learn remotely. These resources are valuable any time students and faculty cannot be co-located, or when the coursework is fully online by design. This Keep Learning site provides details for tools and techniques to learn online successfully.
Whether you need to download resources for your class, participate in live online class sessions, or submit paper or take tests remotely, Peabody has a number of tools for student and faculty use.
When learning online, it is useful to remember that:
The information below pertains specifically to Peabody Conservatory students. Peabody Preparatory students and families should continue to Zoom for Students and Families.
Conservatory students will find a thorough guide to emergency remote learning at the JHU Center for Educational Resources’ (CER’s) “Preparing to Take Courses Remotely” website. The resources will help students to:
Students at Peabody have unique needs and that Zoom videoconferencing will help to address. The most important thing to remember is that clicking the Zoom link from your faculty is all you need to do to join a Zoom call. For basic Zoom guidance, see the CER’s guide referenced above.
Peabody’s guide to Zoom for Students has been specifically developed to help Peabody’s Conservatory and Preparatory students navigate Zoom from a “music-first” perspective. The page outlines:
Please see IT@Peabody’s “IT Support During a Campus Closure” page for more information on how to ask for additional help.