What is eLearning?
Teaching and learning in the digital age involves the thoughtful integration of technology and pedagogy. The term eLearning describes the use of electronic media and technology in instruction. This is not a new term; faculty at CSUN have been using technology in their instruction since the “Digital-Ten” first started teaching online in the late 1990s. These early pioneers led the way for the current wave of innovations, using tools and technologies that helped streamline the process.
eLearning Grants and Projects: The Faculty Technology Center offers eLearning Grants to provide CSUN faculty with support as they design and develop technology-enhanced instructional projects. Read more about eLearning Projects and Grants or view faculty ePortfolios from completed projects.
Support and Training: The Faculty Technology Center provides workshops and specialized training sessions in course redesign to support faculty in their eLearning projects. Learn more about eLearning Support and Training options.
Learning Technologies: Faculty can use a variety of tools to create technology-supported learning opportunities for their students. The Learning Technologies guide outlines the tools, which are available at no charge or at a reduced rate.
Quality Online Learning and Teaching: The Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Rubric can assist faculty in the design and delivery of online, hybrid or technology-enhanced courses. It provides good practice and guidance for course redesign, and the full instrument can help faculty evaluate the effectiveness of courses both during and after delivery.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule specific eLearning training for a department or program, please contact the Faculty Technology Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 818-677-3443.