Thank you for helping OLC spread the word about the Digital Learning Pulse: Immediate Priorities Survey!

The potential for the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak to lead to prolonged and transformative disruption of higher education weighs heavily on the academic leaders on the frontlines. Such an enormous challenge demands the combined resources of the entire digital education community. This is why OLC has come together in partnership with WCET, UPCEA, CDLRA and Every Learner Everywhere to help you navigate this period of unprecedented change and the pressure to act quickly.

As you turn to your trusted digital learning communities for guidance, we are all focused on aligning our resources and advocacy with the most pressing pain points you’re experiencing today, and those you anticipate on the horizon. Let’s work together to let your friends, colleagues and other colleges and universities know about this survey. We’ve put together some tips and guidelines as well as sample social posts to help you share with your communities.  Please follow the Promotion Guidelines detailed below.

Post to Social Media

Use these posts to share on your social networks:

Early findings of our #DigitalPulseSurvey indicate that faculty expect less work, and they also expect the quality of that work to be lower than it would have been. What is your experience? Tell us how you’re coping in the switch to #OnlineTeaching Take the survey:
 PARTICIPATE In the switch to #OnlineTeaching, have all of your courses been converted to pass/fail? Tell us about the most pressing pain points you’re experiencing & those you anticipate on the horizon. #onlinelearning #CovidCampus #keepteaching #highereducation
 PARTICIPATE Take the 2 minute survey on #DigitalLearning to help us align our resources & advocacy programs to address the most pressing pain points you’re experiencing during the hurried switch to #onlinelearning #CovidCampus #keepteaching #highereducation

Institutional Engagement

    • Email promotions to faculty and staff at your institution
    • Include in faculty and campus newsletters
    • Share the survey during meetings
    • Post the survey to your website

Social Engagement

  • Post to social networks
  • Ask your community to share on their networks
  • Search related hashtags to view and retweet posts
  • Publish a post on your institution’s blog
  • Tag your posts with these hashtags: #onlinelearning #onlinepivot #covidcampus #keepteaching #keeplearning #onlineteaching #remoteteaching #remotelearning #instructionalcontinuity and #academiccontinuity

Promotional Guidelines

Please adhere to the following guidelines when promoting this event.

  • Material changes to any of the promotional communications provided by the Online Learning Consortium should be routed through OLC’s marketing team for approval. Email materials to 
  • Media requests regarding OLC and the survey should be referred to


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If you’d like to use the OLC logo in your promotions, please email with a copy of your promotion prior to going live. Thank you.