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Faculty Course Development Seminars

Course Development Support for Remote Instruction

CETL and AET are offering a variety of resources to help faculty with course development for spring 2021 Instruction. These include a collection of resources built for faculty on best-practices and strategies for moving your course from face-to-face to mixed delivery modalities. Check out the faculty self-assessment tool, weekly technology workshops, extended Faculty Institute and our Templates Workshop. For more information and links to sign up see the sections below.

Course Design Self-Assessment

  • Assess your knowledge and receive customized recommendations for improving your success in using tools and implementing strategies for teaching in a remote or hybrid environment by taking this quick Faculty Self-Assessment for Remote Teaching.

Quick Start Guide

Weekly Seminars

  • Weekly seminars on specific instructional tools have been scheduled to help faculty prepare for spring instruction. For a full list of seminars and descriptions CLICK HERE

Faculty Institute

  • Designed for new faculty or faculty who have not taught a remote/ online course with a commitment of approximately 8-10 hours across 3 weeks. Offered in late fall for spring instruction, with a flexible schedule and participation – faculty can attend synchronous sessions that best serve their needs

  • Along with a CatCourse site, packed with resources for online teaching, we will use a flipped classroom model where some content is delivered asynchronously and completed prior to synchronous sessions and synchronous sessions focus on application and designing a course.

    See the schedule and sign-up for the sessions / times that are convenient for you HERE

Using CatCourses Templates to Design your Course Site

  • Enjoy the holidays and then join faculty peers for this interactive workshop to build your course site.

  • Held across 4 consecutive days in early January, this workshop is designed to get your course site built quickly using pre-built templates to organize and add content. Starting with your syllabus, you will create a roadmap, select and download a template, add a minimum of four weeks of your course content, learn and practice video recording and create a welcome video for your students. You will have the opportunity to work with course design experts throughout the process and discuss ideas and strategies with faculty peers. REGISTER HERE