Effective Online & Hybrid Teaching Design

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Curious how to create an effective online course? Below are several resources for creating effective online courses, for creating high quality hybrid course designs, for maintaining effective online classroom engagement. Faculty will learn how to engage students, humanize instruction, assess student learning, create synchronous/asynchronous designs, and devise interactive online labs and studios.

Current Online Teaching Courses

EFFECTIVE ONLINE TEACHING COURSES WITH CERTIFICATE

The Effective Online Teaching Short Course guides faculty in creating effective online courses in any discipline using Canvas tools and other resources. Faculty will learn techniques, strategies, and tools to design online courses that engage students, humanize instruction, effectively measure student learning, and more. Program begins August 17, 2020.

Mode: Asynchronous in Canvas (on your own time).
Estimated Time to Completion: 3 hours

HYBRID TEACHING DESIGN COURSE WITH CERTIFICATE

The Hybrid Teaching Design Course in Canvas engages faculty in learning effective practices and creating high quality hybrid design courses for teaching. The course will address topics such as synchronous and asynchronous designs as well as lab/studio and assessment practices.. Program begins August 17, 2020.

Mode: Asynchronous in Canvas (on your own time).
Estimated Time to Completion: 2 hours

Prior Online Teaching Resources

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Hybrid Course Delivery Models

Presented by CRTLE, June 19, 2020

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Campus Preparedness: How to Prepare for Flexible Online Options When Schedules Get Difficult

Presented by Dr. Matt Crosslin, Dr. Peggy Simpson, Dr. Brian Brown, Brittany Usman, Sarah Sarraj, and Diann Maurer, March 18, 2020

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Advanced Online Course Design: Learner Hubs and Portfolios with UTA Cloud

Presented by Dr. Matt Crosslin, November 20, 2019

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How to Create Online Learning Experiences: Effective Practices

Presented by Dr. Matt Crosslin, September 25, 2019