If you're looking for professional development to help you go from surviving teaching online to thriving and enjoying teaching online, here are a number of resources to consider!
Get Up to Speed with Online Teaching
Want to level-up your online teaching skills and work at your own pace? This asynchronous program that integrates pedagogy PLUS technology covers best practices, techniques and tools to plan, create content, facilitate and assess learning online. Designed to benefit faculty newer to online teaching who are just getting started, as well as spark ideas for faculty with online teaching experience.
Academic Technology Summer Trainings
This summer, the Faculty Technology Center is offering two self-paced Canvas training resources. These courses will provide you with structure around the content and ideas being presented while allowing you to go at your own pace. For accessibility training and videos, visit the Universal Design Center Training Videos and Resources page.
If you are already relatively comfortable with the technology and want to focus on pedagogy, this program is designed for you to build one of your courses in Canvas using the Quality Learning and Teaching framework. Explore best practices as you prep your course and learn from faculty peer facilitators who share examples and provide specific advice on online course design.
Effective Online Teaching Practices
Interested in taking your online teaching to a higher level next year? This year long 25-week course allows you to learn online instructional skills shown to improve student achievement and results with a rare nationally recognized Certificate in Effective College Instruction.
Other Resources and Information
These additional resources provide information and support options to help faculty get up and running and stay up-to-date while teaching remotely.