Friday, December 4, 2020
Looking for support in creating your Winter 2021 online course? The Keep Learning team is here to help.
- Getting Started in LEARN on Dec 9 and Dec 10
- Assessment Design Drop-in on Jan 6
- Using the Course Templates for Remote Teaching on Dec 8
- Drop-in sessions within each Faculty with CTE and CEL and your Teaching Fellow colleagues during the week of Jan 4 – 8
Many of our past events have been recorded and are available for viewing!
Teaching Assistant Support
- LEARN for TAs Jan 13 and Jan 18
- Teaching Assistant Training (CTE)
- Getting Ready to Facilitate Online Courses: TA Training from Jan 18 to Feb 12
- TA Resources
- For course design support, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Staff from CTE, CEL and the Library monitor this email from Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Please note that the university is closed from 4:30 Dec 23, 2020 to 8:30 Jan 4, 2021.
- For technical support with LEARN and other supported educational technology tools, email email@example.com.
- Visit the Crowdmark website for Crowdmark support.
- For answers to copyright questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Editable templates for your course are now available in LEARN.
- Visit Strategies for Remote Teaching for a helpful course design starting point.
- The Copyright website provides answers to the most frequently asked copyright questions about remote teaching.
- Facilitating Engagement: Facilitating Online Courses in Higher Ed on CEL's Open Resource site provides an in-depth exploration of online teaching through the lens of student engagement.
- Bookstore or library? See Textbooks, Readings, and Course Content.
- For a self-paced experience that guides you through building your online course, check out iReCoDE - Independent Remote Course Design Essentials
- Register for the Instructor Resources for Student Success LEARN site, offered by the Academic Integrity Office.
- Tips on accessibility and academic integrity are also available to help you set your students up for success.