Want to get up to speed (or go from 0 to ready) with Zoom? We’ve got you covered this week:
The ATC will be offering drop-in Zoom Video Conferencing training this week. We encourage any staff or faculty member to attend the session. We will cover simple topics like how to sign in and create meetings, to advanced features like screen sharing and cloud recording. All sessions will be held in the ATC Classroom located in the Center Building, Room 219 from 12-1pm on the following days:
New opportunity to learn about how to apply for funding (up to 80 hours) and support for online course development! You must attend an orientation in order to apply for funding. If you are not able to make a scheduled orientation please contact us at email@example.com to discuss options.
Current Spring Term Orientations:
Week 7: Friday, May 17 3pm in ATC Classroom (CEN/219)
Week 7 Registration: Please complete (10second) registration so we can anticipate participation.
Week 8: Friday, May 24 1pm in ATC Classroom (CEN/219)
“This course is designed to introduce you to teaching online – the concepts, competencies, pedagogies, and practices that are required to plan, develop, and teach an online course. Along with introducing you to these key topics, this course will showcase the perspectives of students, faculty, and instructional designers who have a wide range of experience teaching and learning online.”
If you are interested in teaching online – or if you have been teaching online and want to widen your understanding of the landscape I highly encourage you to check this course out. Upon completion, you will earn a badge that you can use to show off your mad online teaching skills to help land more gigs or claim bragging rights!
Online training available! The Instructional Design team has released Getting Started with Online Course Design. This course is an introductory course to teaching online at Lane Community College. This course is highly recommended for instructors who are new to teaching online and/or instructors who would like a refresher on online teaching strategies. All interested LCC faculty can join!
Being an effective, online instructor requires a set of skills that are similar to those required in the face-to-face classroom. The online instructor must be able to build community while having little to no face-to-face contact, offer clear, regular (weekly), and informative feedback, communicate effectively in a medium that lacks body language and tone of voice, as well as use instructional strategies that are independent of time and space to support student learning. The added aspect of the required technologies, like the Learning Management System (LMS)/Moodle, also comes into play.
This course will introduce you to the many facets of online instruction as you build skills in four areas: technical, managerial, social, and pedagogical. Finally, to synthesize all you have learned, you will build an instructional Checklist to help guide your ongoing online instructional needs.
Articulate the principles and best practices of online course instruction.
Mold course participants into effective online learners by understanding learning styles and teaching strategies to meet their needs.
Encourage participation in the online environment using best practices and through a variety of online tools.
Enhance and strengthen online learning by using different instructional strategies and creating interactive course components that foster collaboration.
Follow strategies for managing your time using tools and effective classroom management strategies to help organize and maintain the online classroom.
Identify assessment and feedback strategies, tools to support assessment, grading, and prevention of plagiarism in the online environment.