During times of disruption like this, make it as easy as possible for students to participate in your course. And make things easy on yourself, when you can!
As you can imagine, students are not only dealing with the switch to online education, they are also dealing with suddenly leaving their current home, possibly worrying about friends and family, perhaps dealing with their own health issues, and maybe even providing care to members of their household.
Also, they may not have a computer or internet access:
Consider using asynchronous delivery of course content, relying on low-tech options that are students are already familiar with. This will allows students to participate on their own schedule and make the participation more accessible.
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